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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Martin luther King Tribute with Lannie Cooke

PHOTO BY HUBERT WILLIAMS IMAGEZ OF US
 "Jazz speaks for life. The Blues tell the story of life's difficulties, and if you think for a moment, you will realize that they take the hardest realities of life and put them into music, only to come out with some new hope or sense of triumph. 
This is triumphant music."
Dr. Martin Luther King
The celebration of Dr. King's birthday is a national holiday. 
Please join us January 20th to  hear some jazz....

 "Everybody has the Blues. Everybody longs for meaning. Everybody needs to love and be loved. Everybody needs to clap hands and be happy. 
Everybody longs for faith."
Dr.  Martin Luther King, Jr.
Lainie Cooke

1/20/14 - The Bar Next Door Marvin Horne - guitar  Ugonna Okewego - bass  Two Sets  8:30PM & 10:30PM

$12 Cover  
(1/2 price if you are a member of WBGO)

 129 MacDougal 
Greenwich Village, NYC
212  529  5945
Pleased  is an understatement about the way I feel about making  music with
 these two  wonderfully talented musicians:
( my old friend )  guitarist Marvin Horne & on bass Ugonna Okwego .
The Bar Next Door  is the perfect  intimate spot to have a drink , some food,
and listen to music up close and personal in a quiet,  sweet,  swingin' way.   
I am truly looking forward to it. I hope you will join us.
WHAT THE CRITICS SAY:
"....her unique brand of steel-lined warm-and enticing style ... suggests the musical astuteness of Sheila Jordan blended with the salty panache of Anita O'Day..."
Jazz Times, March 2009
International Review of Music
Picks of the Week : April 16 - 22 ( 2012)
By Don Heckman
"At a proud sixtysomething, Cook still hasn't receive either the visibility or the accolades that her vocal imagination deserves. But her passionate performances should be heard at every opportunity" 
 More reviews and interviews at www.lainiecooke.com
 Here's to Life cover
Available at 
Lainie Cooke:  The Journey So Far
Lainie Cooke: The Journey So Far

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