, which features prestigious Grammy artists such as Paquito D'Rivera, David Sanchez, and George Garzone.
Fat Cat was recently voted one of New York City's Best Bar/Clubs by AOL-CitySearch.
General admission is $15.00 and $7.00 for college students with proper ID.
Fat Cat is located at 75 Christopher St at 7th Avenue
The word on Arturo Stable (www.arturostable.com):
One of the newest Cuban talents in the US. His abilities as a multi-percussionist, arranger and producer place him among the important up and coming figures on the International Latin Jazz Scene. I get the distinct impression that we are going to be hearing a lot from Arturo Stable in the future"--Tomas Pea, Co-Editor, Latin Jazz Network
This is very exciting Latin Jazz, combo style; exemplifying the blended influences of Cuban folklore and jazz. One to watch for"--Ted Belastock, Quarter Notes Magazine
Hot playing from a young percussionist with tasteful chops"--Victor Mendoza, World Class Vibraphonist & Recording Artist
About Fat Cat (www.fatcatjazz.com):
When legendary jazz club Smalls was forced to close its owner, Mitch Borden, gave the Fat Cat an eclectic face lift and transported most of the excellent jazz scene (and much of the decor) from the original Smalls over, quickly propelling the Fat Cat into a West Village staple. Fat Cat is an 8000 sq. ft. top-notch jazz club with an adjoining retro billiards hall. The innovative space offers a relaxing atmosphere where top notch jazz musicians, both of the veteran and up-and-coming variety, can be enjoyed live 7 nights a week. The overall vibe at Fat Cat is nothing short of marvelous; it is a novel space for relaxing with friends for until the wee morning hours.
For additional information regarding Arturo Stable:
Contact Laz Pujol at Nido Factory Entertainment
For additional information about The Fat Cat:
Contact The Fat Cat