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Easter Brunch at Red Rooster and Ginny’s Supper Club

By Red Rooster Harlem | April 8, 2014

The Roo

The Roo

No need to ask where to spend Easter Brunch with your family and friends this year. Head to Red Rooster Harlem and Ginny’s Supper Club for an incredible meal with rousing and lively entertainment. Upstairs, we will be serving our regular à la carte menu with some special seasonal items. As always, guests will be grooving to the sultry sounds of Bonicella Lewis. For a more convivial atmosphere, head downstairs to Ginny’s and enjoy a buffet brunch for $45/person (from 1pm-9pm), which will include Easter additions like roast leg of lamb and seasonal sides and desserts, and of course the Vy Higginsen’s Gospel for Teens Choir. Call 212.792.9001 for reservations and we can’t wait to celebrate the day with you.

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Smokey Robotic at Ginny’s

By Ginny's Supper Club | September 24, 2013

smokey robotic

smokey robotic

Smokey Robotic is a four-member group featuring singer-songwriters Seer & Father Dude, backed by the production duo of !llmind and Konrad OldMoney. Their sound ranges from electronic to soul, from pop to hip-hop, blending various styles together to form a groundbreaking genre they call “Superfuture.”

Tickets available here on TicketFly


“Queen of Swing” Norma Miller interviewed by Shani Jamila followed by The Hot Sardines

By Ginny's Supper Club | June 20, 2013

Norma Miller

Norma Miller

Lindy hop pioneer Norma Miller will return to her native Harlem to conduct a live interview including screening of excerpts of the self titled Queen of Swing documentary. This evening will offer a rare, personal glimpse into the Savoy Ballroom era of the 30’s and 40’s as Miller shares personal testimony of a rich artistic treasure.

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Immediately following, participants will have an opportunity to recreate their own ballroom experience with great music provided by the The Hot Sardines.

The Hot Sardines is a hot jazzy band that harkens back to the days of Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller and Alberta Hunter. The high energy, swing stimulating music (the band includes a tap dancer whose feet count as two members of the rhythm section) conjures the sounds and spirit of a by-gone era, while remaining relevant to the current beat of today’s rich jazz scene. The Sardines are authentically rooted in the American pastime of jazz, though their selections are intertwined with French influences via their front woman, who was born and raised in Paris.

Members of the Sardines collective have worked with a genre-hopping roster that includes Rufus Wainwright, Sufjan Stevens, Lauren Ambrose, Sondre Lerche, Vetiver, Of Montreal, Nicholas Payton, Kurt Elling, Branford Marsalis, the New York and Jerusalem Philharmonics, Slavic Soul Party and the Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra.

Enjoy an amazing, collaborative night provided in partnership with Lincoln Center and Ginny’s Supper Club- Uptown Swing!

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Date: June 24, 2013
Time: Norma Miller talk starts at 8:00 pm
The Hot Sardines starts at 10:00 pm
Tickets: $10

Tickets purchased online through Ticketfly are for the performance only. Please call Ginny’s Supper Club at 212-421-3821 if you would also like dinner reservations. Tickets without a reservation are for standing room only. We cannot offer refunds.

Cuttin Up: Wycliffe Gordon and Ryan Keberle

By Ginny's Supper Club | May 30, 2013

Wycliffe Gordon

Wycliffe Gordon

G&J Productions Presents
Cuttin Up: Wycliffe Gordon and Ryan Keberle
Two Musicians-same instrument-jamming head to head

Date: June 15th
Showtimes: 7:30 & 10:00
Tickets: $25

Wycliffe Gordon enjoys an extraordinary career as a performer, conductor, composer, arranger, and educator, receiving high praise from audiences and critics alike. Gordon tours the world performing hard-swinging, straight-ahead jazz for audiences ranging from heads of state to elementary school students. His trombone playing, described as “mixing powerful, intricate runs with sweet notes extended over clean melodies,” has been universally hailed by jazz critics.

Please visit Ginny’s Supper Club’s website here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber

By Ginny's Supper Club | May 30, 2013

Burnt Sugar

Burnt Sugar

Founded by monster groove bassist Jared Michael Nickerson and Village Voice icon Greg “Ironman” Tate in 1999, Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber is a sprawling band of musicians whose prodigious personnel freely juggles a wide swath of the experimental soul-jazz-hip hop spectrum. This very accomplished crew has playing credits that range from Whitney Houston, Toshi Reagon, DJ Logic, Gary Lucas, Jay Z, TV On The Radio, Tamar Kali, Phish, William Parker, Lizz Wright, The Holmes Brothers, Wadada Leo Smith, David Murray and Joseph Bowie.

Please visit Ginny’s Supper Club’s website here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Gospel Brunch at Ginny’s Supper Club

By Ginny's Supper Club | April 23, 2013

Gospel, Brunch, Harlem, Ginny's Supper Club, Red Rooster

Gospel, Brunch, Harlem, Ginny's Supper Club, Red Rooster

Every Sunday, Brunch from 11:00 am-3:30 pm.

Enjoy a scrumptious buffet brunch, including Fried Yard Bird, Mac-and-Greens, and various breakfast pastries, accompanied by the rousing gospel tunes of Vy Higgensen’s Gospel for Teens Choir.

For more information please click here.

Ginny’s Hosts Mixashawn and Afro-Algonquin

By Ginny's Supper Club | January 3, 2013


Come to a special evening of music on Thursday, January 17th at Ginny’s Supper Club for the one-of-a-kind saxophonist-storyteller L. Mixhashawn Rozie.Mixashawn is a prolific saxophonist of Indigenous descent who embodies the contributions Native Americans have made to jazz. Having played Ravi Coltrane and Reggie Workman, Mixashawn is best known for the epic “Afro-Algonquin” group which he founded in the late 1970s with Coltrane’s drummer Rashid Ali. Join him for a special evening at Ginny’s Supper Club that will feature bass legend Henry Grimes, and Zane Massey, son of jazz royalty Cal Massey. You won’t want to miss this historic show with dinner and drinks to match.

Tickets are $10 and showtimes are 7p-11p.

Radam Schwartz Plays at Ginny’s

By Ginny's Supper Club | January 3, 2013

Radam Schwartz

Few instruments have made as much of an impact on Jazz history as the organ, and Radam Schwartz is no exception to the phenomenon. Radam has built his reputation over the last 25 years playing with such great musicians as Arthur and Red Prysock, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Al Hibler, and Jimmy Ford. On Thursday, January 24, he’ll take the stage with his own trio, and play a dynamic mix of straight-ahead, hard-bop and soul jazz that will leave you stomping your feet and snapping all night. Nothing goes with swinging music like Ginny’s specialty cocktails and signature dishes.

Tickets are $10, and the music runs from 7pm-11pm.

Wallace Roney Performance at Ginny’s

By Ginny's Supper Club | January 3, 2013

Wallace Roney

On Saturday, January 19th, the legendary jazz trumpeter Wallace Roney will grace the stage at Ginny’s Supper Club with his hard-hitting Jazz Quintet. Having played in the historic Tony Williams band, as well as with master drummers Art Blakey and Elvin Jones, Wallace is a virtuoso who apprenticed under Miles Davis. A $15 cover is no excuse to miss what will be a magnificent show with one of the greats, along with Ginny’s delicious cuisine and specialty cocktails. Sets are at 8pm and 10:30pm.


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