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Marcus Goldhaber Presents a Weekly After-Hours Jazz Show at the Night Hotel: Nighttime w/ the Nighttime Trio Friday Nights (January & February)

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Marcus Goldhaber NEW YORK, NY -- As of January 2010, Jazz singer/songwriter, Marcus Goldhaber, and his ongoing show “NIGHTtime" at The Night Hotel have moved to a new night and a new timeslot in order to accommodate growing demand. The show, which features two sets at 9:30pm and 11:00pm respectively, is free of charge and will take place every Friday evening in January and February.

NIGHTtime offers a great place to cozy up this winter; perfect for the after-dinner or after-theater crowd who frequent the area. Located just steps from Times Square, the lounge is quietly tucked away in the back of the hotel, unbeknownst to the average passerby on the street.

This dramatically imagined boutique hotel features a seductive specialty cocktail menu and dinner list to accompany the live jazz show, which escapes to music from the 20s, 30s and 40s and includes original material by Marcus Goldhaber as well.

“The Night hotel has what has become one of my favorite rooms to sing in... it's a special place to truly connect with the audience." says Goldhaber.

At the show, Marcus will be joined by The NIGHTtime Trio, featuring Janice Friedman, piano | Martin Wind, bass | Willard Dyson, drums.

The Night Hotel (NightHotelNY.com) is located at 132 West 45th Street (between Broadway and 6th). For reservations, contact 646.827.9594 or NightHotel@AMP3pr.com.


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