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Manhattan Kosher Steak Houses Restaurants NYC

 

A Manhattan kosher restaurant with live music

 

Talia’s has live music on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings from 7:30PM to 11:30PM with NO cover charge.

Please be advised that there will be no live music during the Three Weeks, June 25 – July 16. What is the Three Weeks? Click: Here

Performers play a variety of mellow acoustic rock n’ roll, jazz and blues. The music is never too loud to disturb our customers from conversing, but adds to the ambiance of a lovely evening at Talia’s.

— EVERY TUESDAY, at 7:30pm, we have James Gedeon

About James Gedeon, Click Here

— EVERY THURSDAY, at 7:30pm, we have:

Tyler Miller (vocals, acoustic guitar) and Dan Blankinship (trumpet).

General Info: http://www.myspace.com/boozinandwhorin

Genre: Acoustic / Swing

Bio

Old-school jazz and swing is what we play — minus all the kitschy BS that usually accompanies that these days. We bring the repertoire the right amount of drama and conviction and still keep it a party… ..It looks like our days of playing at Hank’s are over (we got bumped for ’80′s karaoke – ain’t that the way?), but keep an eye on our schedule for shows around town.
Members:
Tyler Miller (vocals, acoustic geetar); Dan Blankinship (trumpet)
Influences:
Billie, Pops, Ella, Basie, Frank, etc…

— EVERY SATURDAY – Stephen Witt

Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Stephen Witt has traveled around the world and the United States as a folk singer and song writer. He has written over 100 songs and is currently recording his first CD, which is due out in the Spring 2013. He is also an acclaimed novelist and award-winning journalist. His two novels are American Moses (2009, Never Sink Books ) and The Street Singer (2012, Changing Lives Press). Both novels are available through The Kindle, Amazon and select bookstores. As a journalist, Witt wrote the 2005 New York Press Association News Story of the Year about Group Homes in Brooklyn. He is currently covering New York City government for City & State Magazine.