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Jesse Palter NYC Appearances

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A young vocalist puts a modern spin on jazz standards as well as originals. Anybody can quickly recognize Jesse's clear, natural talent for transforming a well worn song into one all her own, and enchanting listeners in ways few vocalists can.

January 25 at Jazz Underground - sets at 9pm and 10pm:
Jesse Palter featuring Sam Barsh and friends: Jesse Palter (vocals), Sam Barsh (piano/keyboards/melodica), Ben Williams (bass), Mark Guiliana (drums).

The Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village
269 Bleeker Street
New York, NY
917-359-9362

February 1 at Cachaca - Jesse Palter Quartet double bill with The Cachaca Samba Jazz Band Featuring Titus Ribas & Directly from Brazil -Tomati & Michelle Spinelli - 9pm and 11pm sets: Jesse Palter (vocals), Mike Jellick (piano), Ben Williams (bass), Marion Felder (drums) plus surprise guests. Cachaa located @ 35 West 8th Street New York, NY 10011. tel: (212) 388-9099

February 2 at Cachaca - Jesse Palter Quartet double bill with The Cachaca Samba Jazz Band Featuring Titus Ribas & Directly from Brazil -Tomati & Michelle Spinelli - 9pm and 11pm sets Jesse Palter (vocals), Mike Jellick (piano), Andrew Kratzat (bass), Marion Felder (drums) plus surprise guests. Cachaa located @ 35 West 8th Street New York, NY 10011. tel: (212) 388-9099

February 4 at Zinc Bar for Early Set: 7:30pm-9pm Jesse Palter Quartet Jesse Palter (vocalst), Mike Jellick (piano), Andrew Kratzat (bass), Marion Felder (drums). 90 West Houston Street (corner of La Guardia Place). Greenwich Village New York NY 10012 tel. 212-477-8337

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