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Les Paul Tonight-Mingus Big Band Tue.-Ed Palermo Plays Zappa Wed.-Aug. 25-28 Eric Reed's Dolphy Project at The Iridium Jazz Club

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August 22, 2005

To: Listings/Critics/Features From: JAZZ PROMO SERVICES Press Contact: JIM EIGO, [email protected]



IRIDIUM JAZZ CLUB 1650 BROADWAY (Corner of 51st) NEW YORK, NY 10023 RESERVATIONS: 212-582-2121, www.iridiumjazzclub.com Sets at 8 & 10PM

EVERY MONDAY LES PAUL AND HIS QUARTET

EVERY TUESDAY THE MINGUS BIG BAND

EVERY WEDNESDAY ED PALERMO BIG BAND PLAYS THE MUSIC OF FRANK ZAPPA

Every Sunday Starting at 11:00AM Gospel Brunch featuring BISHOP NATHANIEL TOWNSLEY, JR. AND THE GOSPEL JUBILEE

This Week at The Iridium

Aug. 25-28 ERIC REED'S DOLPHY PROJECT ERIC REED– piano, JEREMY PELT– trumpet, BUSTER WILLIAMS – bass, BILLY HART - drums _____________________________





Next Week

AUG. 31 ED PALERMO BIG BAND PLAYS THE MUSIC OF FRANK ZAPPA

Sept.1-4 CARLA BLEY’S LOST CHORDS Andy Sheppard, Steve Swallow, Billy Drummond

Upcoming Shows

Sept. 7-12 STEFON HARRIS & HIS BLACKOUT BAND

Sept. 10 DON REBIC TRIO (ONE SET ONLY AT 7PM) DON REBIC-PIANO,DAVID FINCK-BASS, MICHAEL BERKOWITZ-DRUMS

Sept. 14-18 JEAN-MICHEL PILC TRIO “Live At Iridium CD Release”

Sept. 16 JOAN CROWE cd release: “Bird on the Wire" presented by the IRIDIUM CLASSIC NIGHT CLUB HOUR Ted Firth, Jay Leonhart, Scott Neuman, Lisa Parrott & Rob Taube

Sept. 21-25 LARRY CORYELL, VICTOR BAILEY, LENNY WHITE

Sept. 28-Oct. 2 FREDDIE HUBBARD & THE NEW JAZZ COMPOSERS OCTET

Oct. 5-9 PHAROAH SANDERS QUARTET

Oct. 12-16 ROY HAYNES QUARTET

Oct. 19-23 DAVE WECKL BAND

Oct. 26-Oct. 30 KENNY GARRETT BAND

Nov. 2 ED PALERMO BIG BAND PLAYS THE MUSIC OF FRANK ZAPPA



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