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Bushwick’s Ornithology Jazz Club Serves up Vegan Food and Free Nightly Jam Sessions

Bushwick’s Ornithology Jazz Club Serves up Vegan Food and Free Nightly Jam Sessions

Musicians and locals alike can enjoy the nightly shows or partake and experiment with an original piece. The idea is to create a ‘permissive environment’ where music can be explored, said co-owner Mitchell Borden.

Louisa Lee Poster Keeps Tin Pan Alley Alive in Brooklyn

Louisa Lee Poster Keeps Tin Pan Alley Alive in Brooklyn

The 80-year-old singer, born and raised in Sheepshead Bay, recently performed at Bushwick’s Caffeine Underground.

Best Gigs Happening This Week In And Around Bushwick

Best Gigs Happening This Week In And Around Bushwick

Ghost Funk Orchestra Shares Genre Defying Debut Album, “A Song For Paul”

Ghost Funk Orchestra Shares Genre Defying Debut Album, “A Song For Paul”

The ambitious 15-song collection has a sound that’s impossible to pin down.

Jazz in Bushwick: 8 Bars & Cafes to get Swingin’

Jazz in Bushwick: 8 Bars & Cafes to get Swingin’

Whether you like jazz at brunch or you brought your own instrument, there’s a spot for you.

Owner Of Now-Closed Trash Bar Opens New Jazz Bar The Rosemont in Bushwick

Owner Of Now-Closed Trash Bar Opens New Jazz Bar The Rosemont in Bushwick

Remember Trash Bar? The divey-est of dive bars, the rock ‘n’ roll music venue in South Williamsburg with walls covered in stickers and lined with old car chair seats, and a bathroom that smelled unmistakably of piss? And remember mourning it when it closed last summer?

We’re In Love with Thursday’s Old Timey Jazz Nights at Amancay’s Diner

We’re In Love with Thursday’s Old Timey Jazz Nights at Amancay’s Diner

We know time machines don’t exist yet

New Jazz Club & Speakeasy The Brass Bottle Opens in Bushwick Tonight!

New Jazz Club & Speakeasy The Brass Bottle Opens in Bushwick Tonight!

Imagine: Just you, Bushwick November melancholy, and sweet live jazz

Bushwick Music Crush: Throw Vision

Bushwick Music Crush: Throw Vision

If you layered some jazz basslines, wandering funk harmonies, and modern keys in an indie rock setting, you’d end up with something like the wonderful band Throw Vision