Woody Allen Jazz Band Continues New York Residency In 2016


Like clockwork, Woody Allen will be returning to his regular seat for another year of jazz. That seat is at The Carlyle in New York, and is with the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band. Allen and band will be performing their usual Monday night residency throughout 2016.

The residency resumes this Monday, 11th January 2016. Dates have been confirmed until 14th June 2016.

The Carlyle
35 East 76th Street
New York, NY 10021

Performance time approximately 8:45 p.m.;
Cover: $165 per person, $30 drink min ($120 bar + $25 drink min), Premium Seating $205 per person. – All bar seats are only available on a first come, first serve basis.

Pricing does not include tax/gratuity.
For information and reservations, call 212.744.1600.

This Monday night residency has ran for decades, since the early 70s. It started at Michael’s Pub and is now at the Carlyle.

It’s around this time of year that Allen and the band announce the first six months or so worth of shows. If history holds (and no reason why it shouldn’t), there’s a break to produce a 2017 film, as well as promote the 2016 film. What’s new this year is Allen’s commitment to deliver a 2016 Amazon Series. With Allen sticking in New York, and building in production times to make the end of the year, the series is likely set in the Big Apple. The other option is that it is delayed, and will shoot in the second half of the year for a 2017 release.

That is all speculation for now, but it looks like a typically busy year for Allen.

The best source for Woody Allen jazz gigs is trombonist Jerry Zigmont’s website, or follow him on twitter.

Photo taken from We Heart Music, taken from the Minneapolis show last year.

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