• Thu

    Karen Mantler Trio / Chris Cochrane Trio / Felice Rosser Trio Jul 7

    7:30 Doors 8pm Show

    $12.00 suggested donation


    Composer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Karen Mantler returns to the stage with her collection of songs about the current times we live in. Her distinctive voice and chromatic harmonica playing are featured in these tales of woe offset by her deadpan humor and bluntly elegant compositions. Set in a fascinating minimalist context, she is supported by Doug Wieselman on guitar and bass clarinet and Kato Hideki on bass.  She  is the daughter of jazz musicians Carla Bley and Michael Mantler.  As a songwriter and a bandleader, her style has attracted a world-class list of musicians to her band throughout the years, including Steven Bernstein, Eric Mingus, Hiram Bullock and Arturo O’Farrill.  As an instrumentalist and vocalist, Mantler has shared the stage with the likes of Terry Adams, Jack Bruce and Elvis Costello to name a few. (

    Kato Hideki is a bassist, composer & producer. As a bassist, he has worked with Eyvind Kang, John King, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Christian Marclay, New York City Ballet, Billy Martin, Zeena Parkins, Marc Ribot, Nana Vasconcelos and John Zorn, among others.  (

    Doug Wieselman is a composer, arranger and musician. He co-leads Kamikaze Ground Crew who have recorded 5 albums as well as leading his own ensemble – Trio S with Jane Scarpantoni and Kenny Wollesen. As a musician, he worked with Hal Willner, Bill Frisell, Eyvind Kang, Robin Holcomb, Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, Steven Bernstein, Martha Wainwright, CocoRosie and John Lurie and the Lounge Lizards, among many others. (

    Chris Cochrane Trio with Sulynn 

    Chris has been playing guitar in and around NYC since 1982.

    Sulynn Hago is a Brooklyn-based guitarist, composer, and instructor in rock, metal, classical, and improvisational music. In 2015 Hago was picked among 400 applicants as touring guitarist of Canadian band Propagandhi in which they still perform. Marlon Cherry is a multi-instrumentalist / composer who has worked with a variety of artists including Stew & The Negro Problem and the Stew side project, Baba Bibi, Eszter Balint, The Roches and others.

    Appearing here with Marlon Cherry and Fin Hunt, Felice Rosser has formed a musical style, “Unlike virtually any other sound out there” (J. Lien – CMJ). “If Nina Simone had a power trio with a rock/soul and reggae flair, it would sound something like this” (Doug DeFalco, Talent Buyer).   Felice Rosser “Sings in a voice both plangent and wailing” (New York Times).  With sweet and powerful guitars from Nao Hakamada and funky polyrhythms from Fin Hunt, Faithnyc has developed an immensely colorful sound., “…tunes that are not rock, not funk, not r&b, so much as deeply soulful tone poems back by multiculti dream pop” (Village Voice).



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