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Venue Type Nightclub
Neighborhood Greenwich Village
Hours Monday - Thursday: 6:00pm - 12:00am, Friday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 3:00am, Sunday: 11:00am - 12:00am

Blue Note Jazz Club

131 W. Third St., Brooklyn, NY, 10012
(212) 475-8592

Created by Heather.Wiggin

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Blue Note Jazz Club
131 W. Third St.
Brooklyn, NY 10012
(212) 475-8592
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Performers Coming to this Venue
Dee Dee Bridgewater
Dee Dee Bridgewater
One of the best jazz singers of her generation, Dee Dee Bridgewater (who was married to trumpeter Cecil Bridgewater in the early '70s) had to move to France to find herself. She performed in Michigan during the '60s and toured the Soviet Union in 1969 with the University of Illinois Big Band....
Savion Glover
Savion Glover
Savion Glover is the 1996 Tony Award winner for his choreography in the Broadway smash hit "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk." He is the recipient of the 1996 Drama Desk Award, the Outer Critics Cirle Award (choreography), two Obie Awards and two Fred Astaire Awards for his choreography and performance in "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk" as well as the 1996 Dance Magazine Choreographer of the Year Award....
Joey Baron
Joey Baron
Drummer Joey Baron was born in Richmond, VA, into what he described as a "Jewish working-class family" (Songline/Tonefield Productions). Baron was heavily influenced by the rock, jazz, and TV themes of his youth, and taught himself how to play through close listening and watching other musicians....
Scott Colley
Scott Colley
Scott Colley, an in-demand sideman, also gained recognition for his important work as a leader. The Los Angeles-born bassist studied jazz and composition at the California Institute for the Arts, graduated in 1988, and relocated to New York....
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USER REVIEWS
Mar 08, 2007 - mikeyjp
Don't Waste Your Time

The policy here is supposed to be first come, first served on seating. No matter how early you reserve, or how early you arrive - forget it. They lie. All the worthwhile seating is reserved for "friends of the manager." Since its a small crowded, conjested place, that means all the decent seats are already being held. You or I can't get them. By the way the acoustics are bad, food is mediocre, its wall to wall chaos, and very noisy. If you want to see a good performance, buy a resrved seat somewhere else. And packed with tourists. Only thig missing are the Planet Hollywood teeshirts for sale. And the tables they cram you at with 3-4 other strange couples are uncomfortable, way over crowded and give you each about 12" of elbow room in total. Very uncomfortable. But what upsets us most - is they advertise one seating policy then ignore it and play favorites. If thats what you like in New York - here it is - the only one missing element is the bouncer at the front door restricting who goes in.

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