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URBAN TANGO TRIO, CMA SONGWRITER SERIES and More Set for Joe's Pub, Now thru 8/6

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Joe's Pub has announced its upcoming performances for tonight, July 30-August 6, including Urban Tango Trio, John Bibbs, Greg Diamond, Brazzaville, CMA Songwriter Series, Francesco Tristano, Michel Reis & Aaron Kruzik, Anna Marina, Rob Lewis, Easy Tells, Minerva Lions, Sidi Toure, Nath Ann Carrera and Ryan Raftery. See full details below.

URBAN TANGO TRIO
July 30 at 7:30 pm
$15 Advance / $20 Door

Latin-Grammy winner Octavio Brunetti on piano; Machiko Ozawa, former concertmaster of Orquesta Sinfonica Sinaloa de Las Artes, on violin; and acclaimed composer/arranger Pedro Giraudo on bass. Together, these three awesomely talented virtuoso musicians capture the passion and excitement of Argentine tango in a repertoire ranging from traditional favorites, to contemporary interpretations. They have dazzled audiences in New York, Washington DC, South Carolina, Virginia, and in Tokyo, Japan, with an upcoming tour to Japan this August. This appearance at Joe’s Pub will debut their new repertoire, which they will feature on their tour and will be the basis of their next CD.

JOHN BIBBS - ODE TO OLD FLAMES ALBUM RELEASE
July 30 at 9:30pm
$12 Advance / $15 Door

Ode to Old Flames harkens back to a time when vinyl forced artists to make the most of the limited amount of time they had to make a good musical impression. John Bibbs uses less time than many of his contemporaries, but he also manages to say a whole lot more. Highly Recommended!

GREG DIAMOND - CD RELEASE
July 31 at 7:30pm
$12

Greg Diamond has recently emerged at the forefront of a new generation of contemporary Latin jazz guitarists and composers in the New York jazz scene. He has performed at numerous notable venues and clubs in the New York City area such as the Blue Note, Iridium, Smalls and Zinc Bar as well at numerous international festivals including: The Barranquijazz Festival, The Teatro Libre Jazz Festival, The Jazz al Parque Festival, and The Universidad de Los Andes Jazz Festival in Colombia. Other festival presentations include the Plaza Mayor in Salamanca, Spain, and the First Annual Nublu Jazz Festival in New York City. In 2007, he was a semi-finalist in the Gibson International Jazz Guitar Competition hosted by the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland.

Greg's is making his debut at Joe's Pub celebrating ‘Conduit’ his new CD release on Dot Time Records. This is his sophomore album as bandleader. Greg's vibrant Latin-infused compositions converge with a dynamic all-star band for a highly entertaining set.

Greg Diamond – Guitar, Stacy Dillard - Saxophone, Mike Eckroth – Piano, Edward Perez - Bass, Henry Cole – Drums, Mauricio Herrera - Percussion

BRAZZAVILLE
July 31 at 9:30pm
$15

David Arthur Brown was born in Los Angeles on June 19th, 1967. He was a runaway who later became obsessed with low budget travel and poetry. He traveled through Asia, South America and Europe for many years. Along the way he learned to play the saxophone. He played sax with Beck from 1997 through 2000. During that time he learned how to play the guitar and began writing songs and singing.

David formed Brazzaville in Los Angeles, in late 1997. He searched tirelessly for a name that would convey the mood of the new band. One beautiful morning in the Hollywood Hills, he was reading a story in the L.A. Times about the civil war in Congo. The dateline of the story ready BRAZZAVILLE Reuters. The word jumped out at him and he knew he had found the name for the new band. It was only later that he discovered what an amazing man, Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, the man the city had been named after, had been.

CMA SONGWRITERS SERIES - FT. NATALIE HEMBY, HOST BOB DIPIERO, & SPECIAL GUEST LITTLE BIG TOWN
August 1 at 6:30pm & 9pm
$35 Reserved / $40 Premium – SOLD OUT

CMA’s will feature Natalie Hemby (“Pontoon” recorded by Little Big Town, “White Liar” and “Baggage Claim” both recorded by Miranda Lambert), and the evening’s host, Bob DiPiero (“Southern Voice” recorded by Tim McGRaw, “Blue Clear Sky” recorded by George Strait, and “You Can’t Take the Honky Tonk Out of the Girl” recorded by Brooks & Dunn).

FRANCESCO TRISTANO “IDIOSYNKRASIA” / MICHEL REIS & AARON KRUZIKI
August 2 at 7pm
$15

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