[members-announce] CREOLE NOVEMBER SPECIAL MUSICIANS

Dan Kassell dankassell at juno.com
Wed Oct 12 01:39:02 EDT 2005


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CONTACT: Dan Kassell 212-779-INFO                                                                                        
dankassell at juno.com                                                                                                                     
  
Current to  October 11, 2005 (6:25pm)      
Call SmartTix for Tickets: 212 868 4444
or www.SmartTix.com


               EAST HARLEM’S NEWEST JAZZ SUPPER CLUB 
                    NOVEMBER EVENTS CALENDAR
		NOVEMBER WEEKLY EVENTS
                                
              Creole Restaurant & Jazz Supper Club
                     N'Awlins & Creole Cuisine
          2167 Third at 118th Street, East Harlem, NYC
       www.creolenyc.com                     212-876-8838
                                
+SPECIAL EVENTS

Saturday, 11/5: Tehrin Cole Quorum Band
Jazz/Funk Bassist Tehrin C. Cole (w/Tania Maria, Noel Pointer 
and on Broadway in “Dream Girls”, “Mama I Want to Sing” and “Sophisticated Ladies”) with Vocalist Sylvia Teel, Floyd
Kingmay-alto sax (w/Vandross), piano Naoko Ono, Tito Pediford-percussion and Howard Grate-drums. 
One highlight of the evening, Pediford and Grate are featured in a dramatic “Drum Conversation” that will hold you spellbound..
9:00pm - Midnight: , $5.  Music Cover

Friday, 11/11: Paul Winston, pianist
Paul “Spazzy” Winston prefers Bud Powell’s style and those of Monk or other boppers.
Dinner at 6:000pm, Supper Club Show at 7:30pm, $10.00 
SmartTix advance, $20. Door 
Dinner seating at 9:30pm, Supper Club Show 10:30pm, $10.00 
SmartTix advance, $20. 

Saturday, 11/12: Wycliffe Gordon Quintet
This versatile trombonist can scat, multi-note, slide, and plunge, 
just like he stepped out of the 1930s. Since joining Wynton Marsalis 
in June of 1989, Mr. Gordon has performed with the
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra (LCJO) including their 
1992 tour of the music of Duke Ellington.
Expect to hear tunes from any one of his CD’s:  
“Bone Structure”, “The Search”, “The Gospel Truth”, 
“What You Dealin' With” or “We” that includes both jazz and gospel tunes.
Dinner from 6:00pm, Supper Club Show 8:00pm $15. 
SmartTix recommended in advance
Dinner seating 9:30pm, Supper Club Show 10:30pm $15.
Late Show 12:30am $10. Door
GRAB IMAGE:   http://www.jazzatlincolncenter.org/jalc/chats/images/wycsmiles.jpg

Saturday, 11/26:  JOEY MORANT SWING-JAZZ QUARTET
Special Thanksgiving Weekend Dinner & Show 
N’Awlin’s Dinner Seating at 6:000pm. Supper Club Show at 8:00pm, 
Cover $10.00. 
Second Show Dinner at 9:30pm Supper Club Show 10:30pm $10.00 
and 12:30am Late Nite Show $10. Door. 
Reservations and tickets recommended in advance.
GRAB IMAGE: http://www.jazzmuseuminharlem.org/images/harlemspeaks/JoeyMorant4.jpg

CREOLE WEEKLY EVENTS:

Tuesday, 11/1 and Wednesday 11/16: Karen Maynard, Vocalist
featuring Terence Conley on piano. 
Known as “a graceful and animated stylist” she’s listened to
Miles Davis, Carmen McRae as well as Bessie Smith & Louis Armstrong and will have pianist Terence Conley on piano. 
Expect to hear “I Get a Kick Out of You”.

Tuesdays, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 11/29:  Ralphie Sabater y su Orquesta 
LATIN, SALSA RHYTHMS from this famous dance band. 
“Y La Comida es Bueno”.
Enjoy N’Awlins Creole favorites spiced with Salsa and delicious desserts.
Dinner from 6:00pm, Orquesta at 8:00pm, $10.

Wednesdays, 11/2, 11/9, 11/23, 11/30 : Johnny Colon 
An Entertainer with great presence. Johnny’s favorites are a perfect blend of Latin soul and Jazz.
With admirers dating back to the 50's & 60's when Johnny’s hit "Boogaloo Blues" was the anthem
of Latino music and, now as much as then, he is young, alive and will be swinging at Creole.
Dinner from 6:00pm, Supper Club Show 8:00pm & 10:30pm,  Minimum $10.

Thursdays,  5 - 7pm HAPPY HOUR. 
Thursday, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17:  ALEXIS COLE Vocal Jazz Jam Session!
Vocalist Alexis Cole, hosts some of the best rhythm section players in town. The New York Chapter of the Jazz Vocal Coalition members come to share their songs, trade tips and try out new material. 
Come sit in, or just listen up and enjoy dinner from Chef George Slade Jr.’s kitchen to get you totally prepared to enter another dimension. See you here!
Alexis Cole, Jazz Vocalist - 2004 Montreux Jazz Festival Winner 3rd Place. “ A young singer with great dynamic feeling and a pitch perfect dark contralto voice" - Jazz Journal International 
Dinner from 6:00pm, Vocal Jam from 8 -11:30pm, $5. Minimum

THE DAILY NEWS
“The Latest Dish”
. ... Creole Restaurant, 2167 Third Ave. (at 118th St.), 
now serves lunch, which includes muffulettas, 
po' boys and so-called spicy voodoo wings.
 – Joe Dziemianowicz and Rachel Wharton

AMSTERDAM NEWS
Jazz Notes
By Ron Scott

The term “jazz supper club” . . . doesn’t come close to describing 
the Creole Restaurant & Jazz Supper Club. 
The upscale restaurant/club boasts a friendly, casual atmosphere, 
tasty Creole cuisine and a mixed listing of jazz artists.
On Friday, [October 7th] as a prerequisite to the first anniversary celebration, featured artist Chico Freeman’s Quartet 
with the explosive pianist Hilton Ruiz, who swings straight-ahead 
jazz with bold Latin rhythms. Chico Freeman is always looking 
for new avenues to explore as a multi-instrumentalist, 
producer, composer and leader.
Spicy Creole entrees are served daily (closed Sundays), 
with heavy helpings of live jazz Tuesday thru Saturday. 
It’s exposed brick wall covered with original artwork 
by Curt Marherne. 
His works of marching jazz bands are all titled 
“The New Orleans Second Line.”
In jazz clubs talking during performances is frowned upon. 
One can even be reprimanded for such behavior. 
However, at Creole you will hear chit chat. 
Even with all the chatter everyone seems
quite content. It’s a joyous affair.
Kevin Walters, the owner, stated, 
“We are passionate about the food, music and 
the Creole culture. We want to create the 
old-fashioned Supper club.”  
Appeared in October 6 - 12, 2005, Amsterdam News  

Creole Restaurant and Jazz Supper Club’s Ambience: 
“Creole menu is an amalgam of New Orleans and Harlem fare. 
One night early, a celebration party of 16 enjoyed a private table while a talkative group of business singles spoke through the
mellow guitar, grand piano and drums playing both background standards and get your attention original jazz. - Dan Kassell  

"New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin."
-- Mark Twain, 1884

Creole Restaurant & Jazz Supper Club
       N'Awlins & Creole Cuisine
2167 Third at 118th Street, East Harlem, NYC
www.creolenyc.com               212-876-8838
Lunch: Monday thru Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
English & Spanish Menu from $4.95 - 10.95
Dinner: 6pm - 11:00pm

Subway: #6 to 116th Street at Lexington. 
Bus: Via Third Avenue M101, M102, M103, M98, 
FDR Drive 116th Street entrance nearby.
Parking: Readily available after 7pm.
Reservations and tickets recommended in advance. 
Call SmartTix for Tickets: 212 868 4444 or 
online at www.SmartTix.com

Contact: Dan Kassell  
AUTHENTIC MARKETING 40 Waterside Plaza, New York, NY 10010 
(212) 779-INFO


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