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The Roxy Hotel

2 Ave. of The Americas

Cellar Level

Tribeca

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TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

Tuesday, September 28
6:00PM

Shows
TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

Tuesday, September 28, 6:00PM

Grab a cocktail and join us for live tunes brought to you by our resident pianist, Michael Garin!

Michael Garin is The Roxy Hotel's resident pianist. The Drama Desk Award winner, whose résumé includes Elaine’s, The Monkey Bar, The Rainbow Room, and The VIP Room at Limelight, has created a beguiling musical experience at the Roxy, blurring the distinction between pianist and D.J. In a departure from tradition, Michael has brought together a wild and eclectic musical mélange which has attracted a new generation of piano aficionados. Blending such diverse musical worlds as Shaggy, Om Kalthum, Rossini, Jobim, Zappa, and Raymond Scott, Michael holds forth with a goofy, stylish, and very smart stream of musical consciousness that brings young and old together for a post-work-and-school experience. From encouraging small children to play piano along with him, to his gently bizarre and self-deprecating additions (tap dancing while sitting on the piano bench; announcing that he’ll be “in his office” accepting requests), Roxy Bar has become a friendly, welcoming, yet sophisticated musical destination. AND there’s no cover or minimum.

Michael Garin has been a mainstay in New York City nightlife for decades and has never failed to entertain and create a fresh new style tailored to venue and circumstance. From hosting the midnight burlesque shows in the mid-90s that launched the burlesque revival (and landed him in L’Uomo Vogue in an Ellen von Unwerth photo spread), to co-creating and co-starring in Song of Singapore, the groundbreaking environmental musical (for which he received the aforementioned Drama Desk Award), to acting stints with Spike Lee. And now there is a cult following on Facebook for Michael’s Ogden Nash-style daily promotional poems for his gigs at the Roxy and elsewhere.

As a pianist, songwriter, singer, poet, actor, and song-and-dance man, Michael Garin has carved a singular niche for himself as a performing artist who has crisscrossed boundaries and managed to bring joy to a diverse and appreciative audience. As Michael often says, “It’s a blessing to be in the Happy Business.” Check out Michael's new album release "Hey Look! It's Michael and Mardie" here!
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TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

Wednesday, September 29
6:00PM

Shows
TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

TEST: Roxy Bar Presents: Pianist Michael Garin

Wednesday, September 29, 6:00PM

Grab a cocktail and join us for live tunes brought to you by our resident pianist, Michael Garin!

Michael Garin is The Roxy Hotel's resident pianist. The Drama Desk Award winner, whose résumé includes Elaine’s, The Monkey Bar, The Rainbow Room, and The VIP Room at Limelight, has created a beguiling musical experience at the Roxy, blurring the distinction between pianist and D.J. In a departure from tradition, Michael has brought together a wild and eclectic musical mélange which has attracted a new generation of piano aficionados. Blending such diverse musical worlds as Shaggy, Om Kalthum, Rossini, Jobim, Zappa, and Raymond Scott, Michael holds forth with a goofy, stylish, and very smart stream of musical consciousness that brings young and old together for a post-work-and-school experience. From encouraging small children to play piano along with him, to his gently bizarre and self-deprecating additions (tap dancing while sitting on the piano bench; announcing that he’ll be “in his office” accepting requests), Roxy Bar has become a friendly, welcoming, yet sophisticated musical destination. AND there’s no cover or minimum.

Michael Garin has been a mainstay in New York City nightlife for decades and has never failed to entertain and create a fresh new style tailored to venue and circumstance. From hosting the midnight burlesque shows in the mid-90s that launched the burlesque revival (and landed him in L’Uomo Vogue in an Ellen von Unwerth photo spread), to co-creating and co-starring in Song of Singapore, the groundbreaking environmental musical (for which he received the aforementioned Drama Desk Award), to acting stints with Spike Lee. And now there is a cult following on Facebook for Michael’s Ogden Nash-style daily promotional poems for his gigs at the Roxy and elsewhere.

As a pianist, songwriter, singer, poet, actor, and song-and-dance man, Michael Garin has carved a singular niche for himself as a performing artist who has crisscrossed boundaries and managed to bring joy to a diverse and appreciative audience. As Michael often says, “It’s a blessing to be in the Happy Business.” Check out Michael's new album release "Hey Look! It's Michael and Mardie" here!
#MeetMeAtTheRoxy

TEST: Bill Dobrow Live at Roxy

TEST: Bill Dobrow Live at Roxy

Wednesday, September 29
8:00PM

Shows
TEST: Bill Dobrow Live at Roxy

TEST: Bill Dobrow Live at Roxy

Wednesday, September 29, 8:00PM

Bill Dobrow is a drummer, percussionist and music producer living in New York City. He has a broad range of experience touring with and recording for some of his generation's most celebrated artists, including: The Black Crowes, Sean Lennon, Yoko Ono, Norah Jones, Martha Wainwright, Lisa Loeb, Jesse Harris, and Joseph Arthur & The New Professionals, featuring Mike Mills of R.E.M.. Recent television appearances include The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and The Conan O'Brien Show. He is a frequent performer in the New York downtown music scene, with his own groups as well as with other artists. Recent NYC shows include Patti Smith, Rhymefest, Anthony Wilson and Vinicius Cantuaria. In between his New York schedule, he is also currently playing some festival dates on the road with Valerie June.

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Downtown’s den for dinner,
Cocktails &
Live JAZZ!
Located in
the of Tribeca

Trumpet

Open

Thursday thru Saturday

6:30pm ’til late!

Performance

1st Show 7:30pm – 8pm

2nd Show 8pm – 9pm

3rd Show 9:30pm – 10:30pm

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The Django

2 Avenue of The Americas
New York City, 10013

The Roxy Hotel → Cellar Level

(212) 519.6649

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Descend into The Django and you’ll feel like you’ve entered another world. The subterranean jazz club, with its vaulted ceilings and exposed brick walls, was modeled after the boites of Paris. The venue consists of two cocktail bars, open dining space and a stage for live performances. The ne plus ultra: a state-of-the-art Meyer Sound system. The Django offers crafted cocktails and dinner plates, all partnered with a brilliant entertainment lineup. To Note: We require guests to wear masks upon entry, exit, while ordering, & anytime you are not eating or drinking. When moving through the space, please be sure to wear your mask properly and follow social distancing requirements. We also require temperature checks and tracing forms for all guests upon arrival. Reservations are required as we are operating at a limited capacity. Check out our blog for our full health & safety guidelines.

Cover Charge

Thursday thru Saturday 

$20 Per Person

 

There is a 2 drink minimum per person.

For special event inquiries or large party reservations Click Here

For band bookings, email us at Bookings@TheDjangoNYC.com

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