Next Gig: May 29 at the Black Fox

I’ll be back at the Black Fox Lounge, Thursday, May 29, from 8 to 11 p.m. With me (vocals) will be Nick Lipkowski (guitar) and Eliot Seppa (bass), playing jazz standards and non-standards again.

We’ll be in the street-level window of the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

See you then.

Jeff

Next Up: April 2 at the Black Fox

Hey, everyone, come on down to the Black Fox Lounge, Wednesday, April 2, 8 to 11 p.m., and you’ll see me singing music with the great help of Nick Lipkowski (guitar) and Shawn Simon (bass). We’ll be playing that jazz music again. I’m going to brush off a few new (to me) tunes — standards and, shall we say, non-standards. If you want to know what I mean, you must be present to win.

We’ll be in the street-level window of the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

See you there.

Jeff

March 19 at Black Fox

Now that the snow days are (hopefully) receding in our memory, we can get on with the music. Our last show was cancelled in the aftermath of the snow, but we’re back on for Wednesday, March 19, 8 to 11 p.m., at the Black Fox Lounge. By “we” I mean Nick Lipkowski (guitar) and Nicole Saphos (bass and possibly a little singing, too).

We’ll be in the street-level window of the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

See you there.

Performance Tonight at Black Fox

Just a reminder that I’ll be back at the Black Fox Lounge from 8 to 11 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5, singing from the Great American Songbook jazz classics and more. Joining me this time will be Nick Lipkowski (guitar) and, in a late substitution, Nicole Saphos (bass and possibly a little singing, too).

We’ll be in the street-level window of the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

Join Us at The Black Fox on March 5

bf phootI’ll be back at the Black Fox Lounge from 8 to 11 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5, singing from the Great American Songbook jazz classics and more. Joining me this time will be Nick Lipkowski (guitar) and Eliot Seppa (bass). We’ll be in the street-level window of the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

Please join us.

Good Music and Warm Weather, Feb. 19 at the Black Fox

winter photoHere’s the scene outside my house as a write this note. It’s what everyone in the Washington region is seeing, waiting (so we’re told) for yet another layer of snow tonight. The weariness has surely set in, but consider this: the forecast shows that it will be 60 degrees on Wednesday, February 19. Coincidentally, that the same day, from 8 to 11 p.m., I’ll be back at the Black Fox Lounge, for an evening of Great American Songbook jazz classics and more — this time with  Oren Levine(piano), and Eliot Seppa (bass). It will be a perfect night to celebrate the melting of ice and snow and the imminent appearance of early crocuses. Come by and release.

We’ll be in the street-level window of the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

Hope to see you there.

Jeff Weintraub

February 5 at Black Fox Lounge

It’s back to the Black Fox Lounge, Wednesday, February 5, 8 to 11 p.m., for an evening of Great American Songbook jazz classics and more. Joining me (vocals) will be Sam Prather (piano), and Eliot Seppa (bass), two super talented guys who are, not surprisingly, busy performing all over the D.C. region. Come and check them out, if not just me.

We’ll be in the street-level window of the the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

Hope to see you there.

Next Gig: January 15 at Black Fox

I’m back at the Black Fox Lounge, Wednesday, January 1, 8 to 11 p.m., after a surprisingly strong turnout this past New Year’black fox exteriors Day. Joining me (vocals) will be Oren Levine (piano) and Eliot Seppa (bass) playing Great American Songbook jazz classics and much more.

We’ll be in the street-level window of the the Black Fox, which is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, as always, no cover charge.

Hope to see you there.

Jeff Weintraub

Kicking Off The New Year at Black Fox, Jan. 1

Spend Wednesday, January 1, 8 to 11 p.m., with me (vocals), Peter Runk (piano) and Eliot Seppa (bass) at the Black Fox Lounge to recover from your wild New Year’s Eve and to savor the last moments of the jolly holidays before you head out into the dark and cold of January (does anyone ever have anything nice to say about January?).

The Black Fox is at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. There will be food and drink for you, but, alas, no cover charge.

Hope to see you there.

Next Gig: Two Great Traditions on One Night, December 18

OfficeParty_LoResYou may or may not know that I’ve recently started my own business. Like any self-respecting American company, I figured mine must have a holiday party. So I asked the Special Projects Division of my company to assign a Holiday Party Task Force, made up of some of the most tasteful party experts. Their assignment: to come up with an idea for our first annual event. After months of deliberation and multiple field tests, their recommendation, which I have accepted, is to combine the company holiday party with one of my twice-monthly engagements at the Black Fox Lounge. Such an obvious and elegant solution! Why didn’t I, the boss, think of that?

So please come by the Black Fox on Wednesday, December 18, from 8 to 11 p.m., not just to hear Oren Levine (piano) and Eliot Seppa (bass) and me (vocals) perform Great American Songbook standards and such. Join us also in observance of the Great American Office Holiday Party.

Here’s how it works. Go to the Black Fox at 1723 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. Walk in and find a seat. Order drinks or food. Listen to the music. Have fun. I won’t be buying rounds of drinks, but I will sing to you. Is that something you might be interested in?

Oh, and there’s no cover charge.

Come celebrate. Hope to see you there.

Jeff Weintraub

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