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Les Paul (Mon) Mingus Orch. (Tues) May 2-6 Kenny Garrett/Pharoah Sanders (Fri Late Nite) J.D. Allen (Sat Late Nite) Dave Berkman at the Iridium Jazz Club

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IRIDIUM JAZZ CLUB
1650 BROADWAY (Corner of 51st)
NEW YORK, NY 10023
RESERVATIONS: 212-582-2121
8:30 & 10:30PM, Fri. & Sat. 3rd Sets AT MIDNIGHT

Note: Set Times for Les Paul Remain at 8 & 10PM

EVERY MONDAY LES PAUL AND HIS TRIO
JOHN COLIANNI - PIANO - LOU PALLO - GUITAR, NICKI PARROTT - BASS Note: Set Times for Les Paul Remain at 8 & 10PM

MINGUS LEGACY
EVERY TUESDAY
Sets at 8:30 & 10:30PM

Mingus Orchestra Tuesday, May 1
Every Sunday
The Iridium Jazz Brunch
11am-3pm

“Iridium: The best place to have Jazz and brunch in New York City" - Jazz Now Magazine

Barry Levitt's Vocal Jazz Workshop & Brunch

THE BRUNCH HOUSE BAND IS COMPOSED OF
Barry Levitt piano/musical director
Dave Schnitter Sax
Cameron Brown Bass
Anthony Pinciotti Drums

with the following guests for 1/2 sets starting at 1pm This Week At Iridium

MAY 2-6 KENNY GARRETT/PHAROAH SANDERS BAND

THURS. MAY 3 JULIAN YEO-I Remember You 7PM
Piano - Jesse Gelber, Bass - Jon Flaugher, Drums- Kevin Dorn

Round Midnight Late Nite Series March Schedule (Shows at 12AM)
$10 Music Charge + $10 Minimum
(Student Discounts Are Available, $5)

May 4
J.D. Allen Trio
J.D. Allen- Tenor Saxophone
Gregg August- Bass
Rudy Royston- Drums

May 5
Dave Berkman Quartet
Jimmy Greene - Tenor Sax
Dave Berkman - Piano
Ed Howard- Bass
Ted Poor- Drums

This story appears courtesy of Jim Eigo, Jazz Promo Services.
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