Mazarin Makes The Bitter End Debut Tonight

By: Oct. 18, 2014
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Direct from their smash hit performance at the Hard Rock Café in Miami, MAZARIN, the original "Slaves to Rock and Roll," returns to Manhattan for its debut at The Bitter End tonight, October 18, at 8 p.m., with some classic "Rock 'n' Roll." The whole band is ready and set to rock the house!

Tickets are $10 at the door or by calling The Bitter End at (212) 673-7030. For more information email or visit

The only band ever voted New York's No. 1 rock band three times by Good Times music magazine and whose music is enshrined the Long Island Music Hall of Fame, Mazarin has been on a roll with its acclaimed new CD "Live Forever," performances around the state, and an invitation to repeat their success in Miami's Hard Rock Café, with additional performances in the Miami area in the coming months.

MAZARIN is Doug Hochlerin (guitar/vocals) Marc Hochlerin (drums/vocals). Scott Duryea (bass/vocals), Ari Lesser (guitar), Elliott Negrin (guitar/vocals), Wayne Sabosto (drums//vocals), and Joey Perez (guitars/vocals), a founding members of the band "Broken Arrow."

"Live Forever" - a new CD comprises 15 new, original songs, every one different and each marked with the energy, passion, and the high-power harmonies well known to generations of MAZARIN fanatics. For more information, visit


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