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The Frank and Joe Show (Mon) Mingus Big Band (Tues) Mahavishnu Project (Wed) Feb. 9-12 Jimmy Scott at the Iridium Jazz Club

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February 6, 2006

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 Fri. & Sat. 3rd Sets 11:30PM

EVERY MONDAY LES PAUL AND HIS TRIO

EVERY TUESDAY THE MINGUS BIG BAND

EVERY SUNDAY

BARRY LEVITT'S VOCAL JAZZ WORKSHOP & BRUNCH FEATURING THE BARRY LEVITT QUARTET BRIAN GRICE - DRUMS CHIP JACKSON - BASS DAVID SCHNITTER - SAX BARRY LEVITT - PIANO MUSIC YOU CAN BE PART OF... SELECT AUDIENCE MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO SIT IN NEW GUEST ARTISTS EVERY WEEK 11am-3pm

This Week At The Iridium

Monday, Feb. 6 One Night Only! 2 Sets 8 & 10PM The Frank and Joe Show Featuring Selected Songs From The Les Paul Songbook.... Frank Vignola - guitar, Joe Ascione - drums, Rich Zukor - percussion, Vinny Raniolo - guitar

Feb. 8, 15, 22 MAHAVISHNU PROJECT THE MUSIC OF JOHN McLAUGHLIN Glenn Alexander, guitar, Adam Holzman, keyboards, Rob Thomas, violin, Gregg Bendian, drums Performing “The Complete Masterworks" February 8th will be “The Inner Mounting Flame". February 15th will be “Birds of Fire" and February 22nd will be “The Lost Trident Sessions"

Feb. 9-12 JIMMY SCOTT

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Upcoming Shows:

VALENTINE'S DAY FEB. 14 MINGUS BIG BAND Featuring Special Guest Vocalists Renee Manning and Frank Lacy

Feb. 16-19 MARK MURPHY

Feb. 23-26 CARMEN LUNDY And The NEW SONGBOOK ARTISTS

Wednesday March 1 8:30 Marlene Ver Plank & Group Five 10:30 Mary Foster Conklin & Cleve Douglas

March 2-5 4 GENERATIONS OF MILES MIKE STERN, GEORGE COLEMAN, BUSTER WILLIAMS, JIMMY COBB

Saturday, March 11, 2006 at 6:30PM Lauren Echo

March 8-12 JAMES CARTER ORGAN TRIO

Weds. March 15, 22, 29 THE MUSIC OF WAYNE SHORTER WITH THE WAYNE SHORTER REPATORY ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DAVID WEISS Jeremy Pelt (March 15), Keyon Harrold (March 22 and 29), Taylor Haskins- Trumpets Myron Walden- Alto Sax, Jimmy Greene (March 15 and 22), Eli Degibri (March 29), Bill McHenry- Tenor Saxes Baritone Sax- tba, Josh Roseman, Joe Fiedler- Trombones, Xavier Davis- Piano, Dwayne Burno- bass, EJ Strickland- Drums

Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 6:30PM Spider Saloff

March 16-19 ANTHONY BRAXTON TWELVETET Braxton (alto and sopranino saxes, compositions), Taylor Ho Bynum (cornet, flugelhorn, trumpbone), Jessica Pavone (viola, violin), Jay Rozen (tuba, euphonium), Carl Testa (bass, bass clarinet), Aaron Siegel (percussion, vibraphone), Andrew Raffo Dewar (soprano and c- melody sax, clarinet), Reut Regev (trombone, flugelbone), Sara Schoenbeck (bassoon, shenai), Nicole Mitchell (flutes), Mary Halvorson (guitar)

March 23-26 MOSE ALLISON

March 30-April 2 New Listing! March 30-April 2 BRAZILIAN NIGHTS- THE MUSIC OF JOBIM Maucha Adnet / Duduka DeFonseca SAMBA JAZZ Sextet Samba Jazz in Black and White Helio Alves, Leonardo Cioglia, Anat Cohen

April 6 & 7 JOE CHAMBERS BAND Joe Chambers- Drums, Javon Jackson- Tenor Sax, Vincent Herring- Alto Sax, Joanne Brackeen- Piano Dwayne Burno- Bass

April 8-9 GRACHAN MONCUR BAND Grachan Moncur III - Trombone, Billy Harper - Tenor Sax, Michael Blake- Alto Sax, John Hicks - Piano Calvin Hill - Bass, Richard Pearson - Drums

April 13-16 LARRY CORYELL, VICTOR BAILEY, LENNY WHITE THE POWER TRIO

April 20-23 PAT MARTINO A Tribute To Wes Montgomery

April 27-30 KEIKO MATSUI

May 4-7 THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTIVE FEATURING GERI ALLEN May 11-14 FREDDIE HUBBARD AND NEW JAZZ COMPOSERS OCTET May 18-21 ALAN HOLDSWORTH

May 25-28 BUD SHANK QUARTET

May 31-June 4 KURT ROSENWINKEL

June 7-11 YELLOWJACKETS

Iridium Press Contact:

Jim Eigo Jazz Promo Services 269 S Route 94 Warwick, NY 10990 T: 845-986-1677 / F: 845-986-1699 E-Mail: [email protected] Web Site: www.jazzpromoservices.com/ “Specializing in Media Campaigns for the music community, artists, labels, venues and events."



















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