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Paul Jost at Jazz at Kitano

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Jazz at Kitano
66 Park Avenue
New York, NY
212-885-7125

When

Wed, January 3, 2018
10:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2018-01-03 10:00 pm 2018-01-03 Paul Jost at Jazz at Kitano Vocalist, harmonica player and arranger Paul Jost celebrates the New Year at this intimate, world-class jazz lounge. Paul can be heard on SiriusXM Radio. He is honored that one of his original songs, “Book Faded Brown”, was recorded by The Band, Rick Danko and Carl Perkins.Paul’s vocals are so soulful that music journalist Buster Maxwell wrote, 'He nearly single-handedly reclaims the male voice as a valid and critically important jazz instrument.' Peter McLaren in Jazz in Europe reviewed Jost’s recording Breaking Through and said, “Paul Jost has shown that he is a force to be reckoned with and an artist that deserves to be seen on all great festival stages worldwide.” Paul's solo CD, Breaking Through (Dot Time Records), continues to receive raves worldwide and his new, just-released album with TJP (formerly The Jost Project) got a rousing reception at its release last month in New York.
Hear Paul:http://www.pauljostmusic.com/music-2-columns/
2 shows, 8p and 10p.
Kitano: http://www.kitano.com/Jazz-Schedule
Jazz Reservations: 212-885-7119
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Musicians

Matthew Parrish
Matthew Parrish
bass, acoustic
Paul Jost
Paul Jost
vocalist
Tim Horner
Tim Horner
drums

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Vocalist, harmonica player and arranger Paul Jost celebrates the New Year at this intimate, world-class jazz lounge. Paul can be heard on SiriusXM Radio. He is honored that one of his original songs, “Book Faded Brown”, was recorded by The Band, Rick Danko and Carl Perkins.Paul’s vocals are so soulful that music journalist Buster Maxwell wrote, 'He nearly single-handedly reclaims the male voice as a valid and critically important jazz instrument.' Peter McLaren in Jazz in Europe reviewed Jost’s recording Breaking Through and said, “Paul Jost has shown that he is a force to be reckoned with and an artist that deserves to be seen on all great festival stages worldwide.” Paul's solo CD, Breaking Through (Dot Time Records), continues to receive raves worldwide and his new, just-released album with TJP (formerly The Jost Project) got a rousing reception at its release last month in New York....

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Frank Lawrence uploaded this event on December 15, 2017