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Birdland

315 W. 44th St., Brooklyn, NY, 10036
(212) 581-3080

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Restaurant/Bar Details
$$ ($15 - $30)
Price
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Hours
Showtimes: 9:00pm & 11:00pm
Restaurant Opens: 4:30pm
Payment
Mastercard, Discover, Visa, American Express
Location & Nearby Info
Birdland
315 W. 44th St.
Brooklyn, NY 10036
(212) 581-3080
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Loston Harris
Loston Harris
Loston Harris' recorded debut as a leader, Comes Love (N2K) in 1998, cast him in the role of a traditionalist who played expert modern swing piano (with touches of Oscar Peterson, Ahmad Jamal and Red Garland) and took a few cheerful vocals (including on "Close Your Eyes" and "Comes Love")....
Billy Childs
Billy Childs
One of the most promising of the pianist-composers of the 1990s, Billy Childs is a superb player and an underrated writer. He toured with J.J. Johnson (with whom he made his recording debut), graduated from USC, had an important association with Freddie Hubbard (1978-1984), and led Night Flight (a group with Dianne Reeves)....
Billy Hart
Billy Hart
A flexible drummer who has been a sideman in many different settings, Billy Hart is a creative player most at home playing advanced jazz. He worked early on in Washington, D.C. with Buck Hill and Shirley Horn, and was with the Montgomery Brothers (1961), Jimmy Smith (1964-1966), and Wes Montgomery (1966-1968)....
Buster Williams
Buster Williams
One of jazz's most valuable sidemen, Buster Williams has flourished through many periods of changing fashions in jazz. Best known since the 1980s for his solid, dark tone and highly refined technique on the acoustic bass, the jazz-rock generation knew him as the mobile anchor of Herbie Hancock's exploratory Mwandishi Sextet from 1969 to 1973, doubling on acoustic and electric basses sometimes attached to electronic effects devices....
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