Tonight
08/30/14
Sneak Thievery Orchestra
Traditional Jazz and Blues
www.jasonprovermusic.com

Upcoming Performances

08/30
9:30-12:30
Sneak Thievery Orchestra
Traditional Jazz and Blues
www.jasonprovermusic.com
Specializing in the hot and sweet music of the Jazz Age, folk music, and the blues, Jason Prover and his Sneak Thievery Orchestra have become one of New York City's most sought after ensembles. The Orchestra recently played the world famous Blue Note Jazz Club to a packed house. Much of the ensemble's repertoire is derived from the lineage of masters such as Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, and Bix Beiderbecke amongst others. A musical unit that strives to connect with its audience, Jason Prover and his Sneak Thievery Orchestra is sure to bring high levels of energy, emotion, grace, and sophistication. With: Jason Prover (trumpet/vox/teapot), Sam Raderman (guitar/banjo), Alex Raderman (drums/cymbals), and Evan Crane (Double Bass).
08/31
9:30-12:30
The Candy Shop Boys
Viper Jazz from the 20s and 30s
www.thecandyshopboys.com
[EVERY SUNDAY] The sound that made them shake and shimmy, the beats that drove the bump and grind; this is the music of classic burlesque. Featuring Sunnyside Records' violinist Scott Tixier, 4-time ASCAP Award-winning pianist Jesse Elder, veteran NYC sideman Kenball Zwerin on upright bass, Arthur Vint on drums and Matt Parker on tenor sax. Plus surprise special guests!
09/01
10:00-1:00
Terry Waldo and his Rum House Jass Band
Ragtime, Early Jazz, & Great Old Songs
www.terrywaldo.com
[EVERY MONDAY] The Rum House will be presenting a series of late Monday night jam sessions led by veteran ragtime and early jazz pianist, Terry Waldo. The celebrated protege of Eubie Blake, Terry Waldo is New York's most cherished and sought after ragtime pianist. Joining Terry will be a rotating cast of some of New York's most talented musicians, ranging from the young guns who have recently been getting fame in the NY trad jazz scene, to the old masters who have become legendary through recordings and numerous appearances. Join the musicians, their friends and special guests for what promises to be some of the hottest sessions in town. http:www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSuALYAtDYE
09/02
9:30-12:30
Ehud Asherie Trio
Hot Jazz From the 20s and 30s
www.ehudasherie.com
Led by Ehud Asherie (piano) and featuring Eddy Davis (banjo) and Jon-Erik Kellso (trumpet), the Harlem Stride Trio plays the repertoire associated with the great Harlem Stride Pianists of the 20's and 30's.
09/03
9:30-12:30
Joaquin and The Hot Knives
Blues and R&B
www.joaquincotler.com
Joaquin and The Hot Knives are a dynamic four piece blues and R&B group from Brooklyn, NY. Come get loose with them at the rum house! Joaquin cotler, piano/vocals Pat Dalbuy, acoustic bass Steve "midnite" Maroti, drums Seth johnson, guitar
09/04
9:30-12:30
Miss Ida Blue
Early Blues
www.marakaye.com
Raunchy brass tones knot up a boozed-out stride piano, and the gritty coos of Miss Ida tell it like it is. Featuring Miss Ida (Mara Kaye) on vocals, Conal Fowkes on piano, and Mike Davis on trumpet.
09/05
9:30-12:30
Smith and 9th
New Orleans Trad Music and Funk
http://www.smithand9thward.com
SMITH & 9th WARD is a combo in the New Orleans, funky and soulful tradition. They channel the likes of Dr. John, James Booker, Allen Toussaint and Professor Longhair to bring you New Orleans grooves with a Brooklyn attitude. Consisting of members of the OUTER BOROUGH BRASS BAND, they love playing funky NOLA tunes, traditional jazz standards and low-down blues. They always bring the party with them!
09/06
9:30-12:30
Trio Cachimba
A Latin-Jazz Trio that Swings
www.marcuspersiani.com
A modern version of the classic george shearing piano trios. Drawing from a repertoire of standards, jazz, and pop tunes, all with a beat that can move the crowd! Featuring Marcus Persiani (piano), Abraham Rodriguez (congas and vocals) and star bassists.
09/07
9:30-12:30
The Candy Shop Boys
Viper Jazz from the 20s and 30s
www.thecandyshopboys.com
[EVERY SUNDAY] The sound that made them shake and shimmy, the beats that drove the bump and grind; this is the music of classic burlesque. Featuring Sunnyside Records' violinist Scott Tixier, 4-time ASCAP Award-winning pianist Jesse Elder, veteran NYC sideman Kenball Zwerin on upright bass, Arthur Vint on drums and Matt Parker on tenor sax. Plus surprise special guests!
09/08
10:00-1:00
Terry Waldo and his Rum House Jass Band
Ragtime, Early Jazz, & Great Old Songs
www.terrywaldo.com
[EVERY MONDAY] The Rum House will be presenting a series of late Monday night jam sessions led by veteran ragtime and early jazz pianist, Terry Waldo. The celebrated protege of Eubie Blake, Terry Waldo is New York's most cherished and sought after ragtime pianist. Joining Terry will be a rotating cast of some of New York's most talented musicians, ranging from the young guns who have recently been getting fame in the NY trad jazz scene, to the old masters who have become legendary through recordings and numerous appearances. Join the musicians, their friends and special guests for what promises to be some of the hottest sessions in town. http:www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSuALYAtDYE
09/09
9:30-12:30
Sweet Megg and The Wayfarers
French and American Hot Jazz
www.meggfarrell.com
From the smokey cabaret halls of Montmartre to the dingy bars of prohibition-era New York, Sweet Megg and her Wayfarers explore the sultry and sometimes crass music of the 1920s and 30s. Featuring songs from Edith Piaf, Fats Waller, Billie Holiday and more, the Wayfarers are sure to bring their rabble-rousing, fun-loving sound into every piece they perform. Featuring Megg Farrell (voice), Ryan Weisheit (saxophones), Adam Brisbin (guitar), and Julian Smith (upright bass).
09/10
9:30-12:30
Dalton Ridenhour
Ragtime and Stride Piano
www.daltonridenhour.com
Solo Piano with one of New York's premier Ragtime and Stride Pianists.
09/11
9:30-12:30
Emily Asher's Garden Party
New Orleans Jazz and Early Swing
www.emilyasher.com
This special Rum House edition of Emily Asher's Garden Party is led by Asher's tenacious trombone and sweet vocals with a unique instrumentation of fine hot jazz players: Tom Abbott (reeds), Dalton Ridenhour (piano), Mike Davis (trumpet), and Jay Lepley (drums). Drawing on the repertoire of Louis Armstrong's enchanting Hot Fives and Duke Ellington's sophisticated melodies to the funky and soulful music of New Orleans brass bands, Garden Party creates fresh growth from vintage roots.
09/12
9:30-12:30
The Jook Joint Shufflers
Boogie-Woogie, Rhythm n' Blues
Led by Judd Nielsen's Boogie Woogie piano, The Juke Joint Shufflers are a Rhythm and Blues trio. Matt Carrillo's tenor sax has a fat and laid back Kansas City sound and Shaka's beautiful bluesy voice resonates with hints of Ray Charles.
09/13
9:30-12:30
Marek and The Boss Chops
Boogie-woogie, honky-tonk, and early Rock 'n roll
www.marekandthebosschops.com
A piano pounding, vocally driven spin on the roots of rock & roll. Marek Sapieyevski (piano/vocals) leads a full throttle run through the stuff of Hank, Fats, Chuck, Jerry Lee, Muddy, and more. With Charley Layton (bass), Griffin Sherbert (drums), and special guests on saxophone or fiddle.
09/14
9:30-12:30
The Candy Shop Boys
Viper Jazz fromt the 20s and 30s
www.thecandyshopboys.com
[EVERY SUNDAY] The sound that made them shake and shimmy, the beats that drove the bump and grind; this is the music of classic burlesque. Featuring Sunnyside Records' violinist Scott Tixier, 4-time ASCAP Award-winning pianist Jesse Elder, veteran NYC sideman Kenball Zwerin on upright bass, Arthur Vint on drums and Matt Parker on tenor sax. Plus surprise special guests!
09/15
10:00-1:00
Terry Waldo and his Rum House Jass Band
Ragtime, Early Jazz, & Great Old Songs
www.terrywaldo.com
[EVERY MONDAY] The Rum House will be presenting a series of late Monday night jam sessions led by veteran ragtime and early jazz pianist, Terry Waldo. The celebrated protege of Eubie Blake, Terry Waldo is New York's most cherished and sought after ragtime pianist. Joining Terry will be a rotating cast of some of New York's most talented musicians, ranging from the young guns who have recently been getting fame in the NY trad jazz scene, to the old masters who have become legendary through recordings and numerous appearances. Join the musicians, their friends and special guests for what promises to be some of the hottest sessions in town. http:www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSuALYAtDYE
09/16
9:30-12:30
Hot Club of Flatbush
Gypsy Jazz, Chanson, Swing, Western Swing
www.hotclubofflatbush.com
Created in 2011, this quartet was inspired by the Parisian acoustic jazz bands of the 1930s. While its instrumentation(vocals, violin, acoustic guitar and bass) has a distinctly continental sonic texture, the repertoire of the this Hot Club is as diverse as Brooklyn itself. The technical mastery of its performers allows the group to to slide gracefully from a burning Basie stomp to a slow Texas waltz without skipping a beat.
09/18
9:30-12:30
The Ladybugs
Early Jazz / Vocal Harmony trio
www.ladybugsjazz.com
Based in New York City, the Ladybugs are a traditional jazz-inspired group known for their intricate harmonies and experimental arrangements. Lead by Martina DaSilva, all members of this trio sing while playing ukulele, bass and drums. The Ladybugs’ fare is standard favorites from the 20s, 30s and 40s, infused with old-school blues and dash of klezmer flavor. Martina DaSilva- vocals, banjolele, drums Kate Davis- vocals, ukulele Mike Robinson- guitar
09/19
9:30-12:30
The New Wonders
1920s Hot Jazz
In the roaring twenties, jazz was everywhere: in every home, on every radio, in every speakeasy brimming with life. Jazz was new, and its fresh mysteries captured the urgency of youth like no music ever before. Now, Mike Davis (cornet) takes you back to those carefree nights with The New Wonders, the hottest band in show business. Composed of some of the most educated and dedicated young musicians on the New York early jazz scene, the New Wonders offer an authentic taste of the music that became the soundtrack of the Lost Generation. With Josh Holcomb (trombone), Tom Abbott (clarinet), Dalton Ridenhour (piano), and Jay Rattman (bass saxophone).
09/20
9:30-12:30
Molly Ryan and her 80 Proof Pillagers

www.mollyryan.com
Standing out as today's poster child of swing-era vocals, Molly Ryan assembles a cast of NY all-stars to present the most titillating and naughty obscurities from the golden-age of popular song. Featuring Dalton Ridenhour (piano) , and Dan Levinson (clarinet / saxophone)
09/21
9:30-12:30
The Candy Shop Boys
Viper Jazz from the 20s and 30s
www.thecandyshopboys.com
[EVERY SUNDAY] The sound that made them shake and shimmy, the beats that drove the bump and grind; this is the music of classic burlesque. Featuring Sunnyside Records' violinist Scott Tixier, 4-time ASCAP Award-winning pianist Jesse Elder, veteran NYC sideman Kenball Zwerin on upright bass, Arthur Vint on drums and Matt Parker on tenor sax. Plus surprise special guests!
09/22
10:00-1:00
Terry Waldo and his Rum House Jass Band
www.terrywaldo.com
Ragtime, Early Jazz, & Great Old Songs
[EVERY MONDAY] The Rum House will be presenting a series of late Monday night jam sessions led by veteran ragtime and early jazz pianist, Terry Waldo. The celebrated protege of Eubie Blake, Terry Waldo is New York's most cherished and sought after ragtime pianist. Joining Terry will be a rotating cast of some of New York's most talented musicians, ranging from the young guns who have recently been getting fame in the NY trad jazz scene, to the old masters who have become legendary through recordings and numerous appearances. Join the musicians, their friends and special guests for what promises to be some of the hottest sessions in town.
09/23
9:30-12:30
The Grand Street Stompers
New Orleans Trad Jazz
www.grandststompers.com
The Grand St. Stompers, a project of rising young trumpeter Gordon Au, is a swinging-hot traditional jazz band with modernist tendencies - rooted in New Orleans yet flowering in the futurism of New York. The special, Rum House edition of the band features a trio of Au, Tamar Korn (vocals) and Jesse Gelber (piano).
09/25
9:30-12:30
Scrub Board Serenaders
20s/30s Hot Jazz, Swing and Blues
http://scrubboardserenaders.bandcamp.com
The Scrub Board Serenaders play a repertoire inspired by the performances of such artists as Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday. Great for listeners and dancers alike. With Even Arntzen (clarinet), Adam Brisbin (guitar), Sean Cronin (upright bass) and Brad Lail (washboard).
09/26
9:30-12:30
Joaquin and The Hot Knives
Blues and R&B
www.joaquincotler.com
Joaquin and The Hot Knives are a dynamic four piece blues and R&B group from Brooklyn, NY. Come get loose with them at the rum house! Joaquin cotler, piano/vocals Pat Dalbuy, acoustic bass Steve "midnite" Maroti, drums Seth johnson, guitar
09/27
9:30-12:30
Marek and The Boss Chops
Boogie-woogie, honky-tonk, and early Rock 'n roll
www.marekandthebosschops.com
A piano pounding, vocally driven spin on the roots of rock & roll. Marek Sapieyevski (piano/vocals) leads a full throttle run through the stuff of Hank, Fats, Chuck, Jerry Lee, Muddy, and more. With Charley Layton (bass), Griffin Sherbert (drums), and special guests on saxophone or fiddle.
09/28
9:30-12:30
The Candy Shop Boys
Viper Jazz from the 20s and 30s
www.thecandyshopboys.com
[EVERY SUNDAY] The sound that made them shake and shimmy, the beats that drove the bump and grind; this is the music of classic burlesque. Featuring Sunnyside Records' violinist Scott Tixier, 4-time ASCAP Award-winning pianist Jesse Elder, veteran NYC sideman Kenball Zwerin on upright bass, Arthur Vint on drums and Matt Parker on tenor sax. Plus surprise special guests!
09/29
10:00-1:00
Terry Waldo and his Rum House Jass Band
Ragtime, Early Jazz, & Great Old Songs
www.terrywaldo.com
[EVERY MONDAY] The Rum House will be presenting a series of late Monday night jam sessions led by veteran ragtime and early jazz pianist, Terry Waldo. The celebrated protege of Eubie Blake, Terry Waldo is New York's most cherished and sought after ragtime pianist. Joining Terry will be a rotating cast of some of New York's most talented musicians, ranging from the young guns who have recently been getting fame in the NY trad jazz scene, to the old masters who have become legendary through recordings and numerous appearances. Join the musicians, their friends and special guests for what promises to be some of the hottest sessions in town. http:www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSuALYAtDYE
09/30
9:30-12:30
Margi Gianquinto

www.margisings.com
As far back as she can remember, Margaret Gianquinto, whose childhood family nickname was Margi, listened lovingly to music from the Golden Age. With these songs at her core, she followed her own musical path, exploring classical piano and choral singing, singing harmonies across multiple genres, and arranging for folk piano. But her true passion has always been the timeless evergreens that she grew up with: The classic songs of Tin Pan Alley, Broadway and Old Hollywood. Her sultry style, which many describe as "vintage," is reminiscent of an earlier era when those marvelous big band singers and gifted vocalists sang the music of Berlin, Gershwin, Porter, Arlen and Rodgers and Hart. With Ehud Asherie (piano) and Jay Rattman (clarinet)

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