Every Saturday, we’re inviting NYC’s top musicians to perform in our art deco cocktail lounge, from local legends to Grammy award-winners. This week’s musical act is David Finck. Learn more about the artist.
Tickets for this intimate evening will be $25 with a required two drink minimum per person. Light bites and our fantastic cocktail, wine, and beer menus will be available at the show. For a delightful meal, reserve a table at our New American restaurant, The Grid, before or after your jazz reservation and receive 20% off your dinner bill!
*Valid on the night of your jazz reservation only.
The event has two reservation options: 7:00-8:15pm and 9:00-10:15pm. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by clicking the link below. Walk-ins will be accepted if space is available.
Please note that your reservation is for 90 minutes and the room will be cleared after each seating.
We’re continuing to book fascinating musicians for our Live from the Lounge series and will announce shows one-month in-advance, so check the schedule and we hope to see you soon!
About the Artist
David Finck is among most sought after musicians in New York. His playing can be heard on more than 250 CDs including Multi platinum, Gold, and Grammy winners.
The bassist of choice for Andre Previn, Hank Jones, Kenny Rankin, Steve Kuhn, and Slide Hampton, David has recorded with among others: George Michael, Joe Locke, Rob Mathes, Tedd Firth, Philippe Saisse, Chuck Loeb, Tony Bennett, Gladys Knight, Rod Stewart, Natalie Cole, and Rosemary Clooney. In 2008 he released his highly acclaimed CD: “Future Day” (Soundbrush). That CD was followed by ‘Low Standards (Soundbrush), ‘BASSically Jazz’ (Burton Avenue), and ‘BASSic Instinct’ (Burton Avenue).
David has produced recordings for Tom Wopat, John Basile, Carol Fredette, Melissa Errico, and Christy Baron. His 1991 article for the Village Voice led to a contribution to the book: Frank Sinatra; The Man, The Music, The Legend. (University of Rochester Press)