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Sunday, October 2, 2016 7:30PM
Catch Multiple Grammy Award Winner Gladys Knight with Special Guest, R&B Hitmaker, Freddie Jackson at Long Island’s NYCB Theatre at Westbury!
Catch the award winning “Empress of Soul” Gladys Knight along with Grammy nominated R&B singer Freddie Jackson at NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Sunday, October 2 at 7:30pm.
NYCB Theatre at Westbury
960 Brush Hollow Road
Westbury, NY 11590
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Presented by Live Nation
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Friday, December 2, 2016 8:00PM
It’s beginning to look a lot like…A PETER WHITE CHRISTMAS 2016
Featuring Rick Braun & Euge Groove
Showtime: 8PM | Doors: 6PM
NOTE: TICKETS GO ON SALE THURS 9/1 AT NOON!
Make your list and check it twice! This holiday concert is more than just nice!! A Peter White Christmas featuring Rick Braun & Euge Groove is coming to town. Contemporary jazz lovers eagerly await this annual fun filled concert, which has packed fans into halls and arenas coast-to-coast year after year.
General Admission – Seated
* $50 Advance / $55 Day of Show
* First Come, First Seated
VIP Reserved Booths on Floor
* $85 per Ticket – Must Buy Entire Booth
* Booth for 4 = $340
* Booth for 6 = $510
VIP Gold Circle Reserved Seating
* First Come, First Served
* Full Menu Available
* $10 Minimum Per Person, For All Tables
* All Ages
Group Package Info
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Tuesday, January 5, 2016
We¹ve had the privilege of working with Aretha Franklin a few times over
the years. Spectacular performance here at this year’s Kennedy Center
honors. We love that she did it on the piano!
The one and only Aretha Franklin dazzled audience members, honoree Carol King,the Obamas, and millions of TV viewers at the Kennedy Center Honors. The December 6 presentation aired on CBS on December 29, 2016.
Watch the video with Ms. Franklin’s amazing, standing ovation performance of “Natural Woman.”MORE INFO >>
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
From the LA TImes November 11, 2015 – By Jevon Phillips
NBC’s “The Wiz Live!” won’t come out until Dec. 3, but to tide fans over, the network has released a practice session of one of the musical’s show-stopping songs. Try not to faint as Stephanie Mills, the original Dorothy, duets with Shanice Williams, the current Dorothy, on the song “Home.”MORE INFO >>
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Smooth Jazz New York in association with Marquee Concerts is pleased to announce another star-studded line up for the Smooth Cruise series, now in its 18th year. The 2015 season takes place aboard The Hornblower Infinity, a 210-foot luxury yacht.
The cruises set sail Wednesday evenings, June 24 through September 2. The summer’s roster includes 9 nights featuring 15 of the world’s greatest contemporary jazz and R&B acts in a stunning, intimate setting with shows at 6:30 and 9:30pm. The Smooth Cruises depart from Pier 40, located at Houston Street at the West Side Highway and cruise down the Hudson, offering both world-class musical acts as well as breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline.
“It’s great to be back on The Hornblower Infinity with the 2015 Smooth Cruises,” notes Bill Zafiros, co-founder of Smooth Jazz New York. “Our guests really appreciated last year’s move to the larger, more upscale ship featuring improved sight-lines. Now they can enjoy watching the world’s best contemporary jazz acts more than ever before out on the scenic Hudson River.”
THE 2015 SMOOTH CRUISE SCHEDULE:
June 24: Boney James
July 15: Norman Brown & Marion Meadows
July 22: Peter White & Richard Elliot
July 29: Gerald Albright & Mindi Abair
Aug 19: Najee
Aug 26: Rachelle Ferrell
Sept 2: Freddie JacksonMORE INFO >>
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
From Curbed.com | By Spencer Peterson
Two years ago to the day that New York City embarked on a $94 million restoration of the Loew’s Kings Theatre in Flatbush, the institution reopened its doors and reclaimed its standing as Brooklyn’s largest theater. The restoration was painstaking: when it began in 2013, the theater had already been sitting vacant for four decades, a time during which looters plundered everything that wasn’t bolted down (and most of the things that were), and nature found its way into the neglected structure. “The carpets used to kind of squish when you walked around,” Jeff Greene of EverGreene Architectural Arts said recalling the building in its pre-restoration state, when, during inclement weather, water would gush through the ceiling, down the balconies, and pool amidst the theater seats.MORE INFO >>