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J.Viewz Brings Their Modern Jazz Style to New York's Legendary Blue Note Jazz Club

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New York, NY For one night only, The Blue Note Jazz Club, located in the heart of New York's West Village, will bring an inventive type of jazz and blues to the venue. J.VIEWZ LIVE is very excited to be honored with an APRIL 5th engagement at the club, which has hosted the likes of Ray Charles, Sarah Vaughn, Lionel Hampton, and Dizzy Gillespie.

With two sets at 8:00PM and 10:00PM, J.Viewz will play the sound that has made them one of the most exciting new acts today. However, this performance will be a different type of J.Viewz Live with the set being divided between electro free-style jamming and soulful acoustic playing - a “Plugged vs. Unplugged" type of breakdown. The mellow-jazzy-jammy vibe of J.Viewz live mixed with the intimacy of The Blue Note makes this show the Monday show to see.

Jonathan Dagan, Brooklyn-based Israeli producer of J.Viewz explains, “We love working in the studio, and this period is a hectic studio one, but it's great to go outside and work on some special night, especially like this one at the Blue Note. We're going to have two sets that we've never done before -- it's going to be a special acoustic jam on the basis of the electronic songs which we usually perform with. So we'll have all the electronic equipment with us, but the live band will probably come to life in a different way, more loose, more laid back, especially for the Blue Note."

Using everything from breakbeat to Jazz, Electro, & Reggae, the award winning electronica project features lead vocalist Noa Lembersky & MC Urijah, while presenting a unique combination of live instruments, vocals, electronic drumbeats, live drums, and turntables. J.Viewz arrives at the Blue note just after launching “Work in Progress" -- an innovative project presenting the making of the next J.Viewz album, song by song. The live act will also present the next single of “Work in Progress." The first single off the new album, “Come Back Down" premiered successfully on Spinner.com Friday, March 11th.

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