PETER ECKLUND’S BLUE SUITCASE

Peter

Peter Ecklund presents an evening of jazz standards and originals, Wednesday, Sept 2nd.
BLUE SUITCASE
Peter Ecklund, trumpet & flugelhorn, maybe uke and whistling
Mike Weatherly, bass & vocals
Will Holshauser, accordion
Guest appearances!

Dancing is officially forbidden and unofficially tolerated. Return to your seat after each dance. 

Wednesday, Sept 2, 9-11
Greenwich Village Bistro
13 Carmine Street, between 6th & Bleecker
212 206 9777.  No cover, no minimum.  Suggested donation $5.

3 responses to “PETER ECKLUND’S BLUE SUITCASE

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  2. The Old Music Master

    “Dancing is officially forbidden and unofficially tolerated. Return to your seat after each dance.”
    —————————-
    Is this a law or something?

    After decades of listening to Jazz at home or in clubs I came to the decision about a decade ago that I prefer to see and hear Jazz and big bands at a dance or at clubs that permit and encourage dancing. Younger dancers add so much energy to the situation and they make you feel good.

    Who said Jazz had to be a sit down music?

    And if you want to sit and listen, it is not hard to get a good seat with a good view. Yeah, it’s not a concert hall, but, man oh man, such a better vibe.

  3. It was a joke, John . . . the Greenwich Village Bistro is just that, a bistro. A long narrow room with many small tables, so dancing might be perilous, occasionally, for the dancers and the diners. I agree with you completely about the good feelings between musicians, dancers, and the audience in general.

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