Music Industry News Network [12-10-2012]
Jazz Wednesdays Holiday Coat Drive
LegendFactory Presents Jazz Wednesdays At Brooklyn Terrace: Holiday Coat Drive
Featuring the Renee Manning Quintet
Sponsored by SESAC, New York Cares and LegendFactory
Special Guest DJ: MikeMusic
Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
Warm Coat Donation Suggested
Last show of the year! Don't Miss It!
Brooklyn Terrace Rooftop Lounge
216 Duffield Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Renee Manning- Vocals
Earl McIntyre- Trombone
Ron Jackson- Guitar
Trifon Dimitrov -Bass
Kirk Driscoll- Drums
About Renée Manning www.facebook.com/ReneeManningJazz
Ever tasted the most tender, barbecued ribs you’ve ever had with an incredibly savory sauce? If you haven’t then you’re in for a treat.
Known for her “dirty dog blues”, Manning has played various venues from New York City to Hong Kong. She has been coupled with jazz legends such as the late Dizzy Gillespie, David “Fathead” Newman, Nat Adderley, Lester Bowie and countless others.
Renée’s most recent offering, All Grown Up, showcases her quiet set and has an ambiance of a warm fireplace coupled with a nice glass of wine. Full bio available upon request.
About SESAC www.sesac.com
SESAC is the nation’s fastest growing performing rights organizations with offices in Nashville, New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and London.SESAC covers the United States in virtually every genre of music including Pop, Rock, Urban, Country, Christian, Jazz and Film/TV. Artists who have performed SESAC-affiliated compositions include Justin Timberlake, MGMT, Taylor Swift, Mary J. Blige, Usher, Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Reba McEntire, Pussycat Dolls, Lady Antebellum, Nelly Furtado, U2, Christina Aguilera among many others. SESAC also represents such musical icons as Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, RUSH, Cassandra Wilson, Bryan-Michael Cox, Nate “Danja” Hills and Swizz Beatz as well as many others. Established in 1930, SESAC is a service organization created to assist both the creators of music and music users through timely, efficient royalty collection and music licensing. SESAC maintains a diversified repertory that includes virtually all genres of music.
About The New York Cares Coat Drive www.newyorkcares.org
Thousands of New Yorkers will be forced to make a choice this winter between buying a warm coat and putting food on the table, heating their homes, or meeting other basic survival needs. That’s why for the last 23 years, New York Cares has collected new and gently used winter coats each holiday season and distributed them to thousands of men, women, and children who would otherwise go cold.
The New York Cares Coat Drive is one of New York City’s largest and most cherished philanthropic traditions, providing local residents a way to meaningfully support their community during the holiday season.
• Who receives coats? Homeless men, women, and children, the working poor, and at-risk senior citizens from our partner nonprofit agencies and schools.
• How many coats have been distributed? We’ve handed out about 1.5 million coats to local residents in need over the last 23 years.
• Who donates? As many as 65,000 caring New Yorkers donate coats annually. We also appeal to manufacturers and retailers to make bulk donations directly to New York Cares to help us meet the unprecedented need for coats.
• How is it funded? Coats are the lifeblood of the New York Cares Coat Drive, but money allows it to flow. New York Cares relies on financial donations to fund this considerable philanthropic initiative.
About Brooklyn Terrace www.brooklynterrace.com
The Brooklyn Terrace Lounge is located on the roof top of the Aloft and Sheraton hotels on Duffield Street between Fulton Street and Metrotech Center and is open year round to the public for your convenience. It is easy to get here from the A, C, and F trains at Jay St Metrotech or use the Q, (N), or (R) and get off at Dekalb Ave. (part-time subway service). 2/3 Hoyt and Schemerhorn.
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