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The event, produced and funded by the JFA, is free and open to the public. The environment offers seasoned veterans a place to meet, perform and network, and presents up-and-comers with the opportunity to find mentors and learn from the originals. It has rightly become a fixture in the jazz community, as it showcases the music and provides an informal gathering spot for artists and fans alike. On any given night, you could see four generations of musicians, from former members of the Count Basie band to teenage prodigies, all sharing the stage together. There's really nothing else like it in New York.
Every Monday (except major holidays)
7:00 - 9:30 PM
The Local 802 Musicians' Union
322 West 48th Street
1st Floor Club Room
Musicians wishing to perform are encouraged to arrive early and sign up, and, of course, everyone is welcome just to drop by and listen.