Daily Archives: September 15, 2011

DON’T MISS THIS: TED BROWN / MICHAEL KANAN QUARTET at SILVER LINING (Sept. 17, 2011)

The Beloved and I will be at Jazz at Chautauqua while this gig is taking place, but we’re sorry to miss it — for these four poetic players and the new room.  I hope that some JAZZ LIVES readers can go and report back . . . . !

“The Ted Brown / Michael Kanan Quartet will be performing this Saturday at New York’s great new Jazz spot, Silver Lining.  The club is an elegant and comfortable room with a great Steinway.  There is no cover or minimum, although we urge you to enjoy the excellent Moroccan influenced cuisine (reasonably priced), or the extensive cocktail selection.”

The players: Ted Brown, tenor sax; Michael Kanan, piano; Murray Wall, bass; Taro Okamoto, drums.  They will perform from 9 PM to midnight.

Silver Lining is at 75 Murray Street (between Greenwich Street and West Broadway) in New York City.  To get there, take the A or the C train to Chambers Street station, and walk 1 and a half blocks west on Murray Street.  Silver Lining is on the north side of the street.

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