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Jeremy Udden Quartet (Fri) Tony Malaby's Apparitions (Sat) Cameron Brown and Friends (Sun) This Weekend at Cornelia Street Cafe

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Cameron Brown
CORNELIA STREET CAFE
29 Cornelia Street, NYC, New York 212-989-9319
between West 4th and Bleecker Sts, Greenwich Village
1 Subway to Sheridan Square; A, C, E, B, D, V, F to West 4th St.

Fri Dec 21, 9:00PM & 10:30PM
JEREMY UDDEN QUARTET: TORCHSONGS
Jeremy Udden, saxophone;Ben Monder, guitar;Matt Wilson, drums;Matt Clohesy, bass

“The Boston soprano player has earned kudos in New England, impressing Either/Orchestra fans with a lithe sound and insightful solos. His torchsongs is a small wonder, full of color and daring."
- Jim Macnie, Village Voice

Sat Dec 22, 9:00PM & 10:30PM
TONY MALABY'S APPARITIONS
Tony Malaby, tenor saxophone;Drew Gress, bass;Tom Rainey, drums;John Hollenbeck, drums
Cover $10

Sun Dec 23, 8:30PM
CAMERON BROWN AND FRIENDS
Cameron Brown, bass;Russ Johnson, trumpet;Jason Rigby, saxophones;Tony Jefferson, bass

SPOKEN WORD: 12/17/2007-12/24/2007

Fri Dec 21, 6:00PM
SON OF PONY
The Friday night legendary open mic poetry series.

Arrive before 6 pm to sign up.

This week's featured poet is Renato Rosaldo.

Renato Rosaldo writes in English and Spanish. His first book of poetry, “Prayer to Spider Woman," published by Icocult in 2003, won an American Book Award. Individual poems have won the El Andar poetry contest (2000) and the Many Mountains Moving poetry contest (2005). His poetry has also appeared in such magazines as Prairie Schooner, Puerto Del Sol, and The Texas Observer. As a cultural anthropologist he is the author of “Culture and Truth." He currently lives in New York City. Les Lopes, host. Cover $7

Sat Dec 22, 6:00PM
BARRY WALLENSTEIN & FRIENDS
Barry Wallenstein, poet/vocalist;The Eric Plaks trio, piano, bass, drums;special guest Vincent Chancey, French horn
Angelo Verga, host. Cover $10

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