Bassist Michael Feinberg & his CD Release Tour with special guest, Jeff "Tain" Watts

Wed, Dec 8, 2021

Bassist Michael Feinberg & his CD Release Tour with special guest, Jeff "Tain" Watts

Hailed as a "musical prodigy turned evil genius" (spinner.com) bassist Michael Feinberg has quickly "become one of the premier young artists on the New York scene" (Jazz Inside Magazine). As a youth in Atlanta, Feinberg and musical cohort Daniel Platzman spent every Thursday night for two ears checking out local legend and Grammy nominee Russell Gunn at the famed Churchill Grounds jazz club. After getting a couple of opportunities to sit in, Feinberg joined Gunn's band for the next 6 months until he left for the University of Miami. As a sophomore at UM, Michael recorded his first record "Harajuku" with Platzman, Pascal LeBoeuf, Rob Hanlon, Remy Leboeuf and Steve Pardo. This recording helped Feinberg become a resident of 2008"s Betty Carter Jazz Ahead program at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

*** Effective Monday August 16th, in compliance with the City of Philadelphia’s option for COVID-19 restrictions, Chris' Jazz Cafe has made the decision to require ALL patrons to provide proof of full vaccination, with a corresponding Photo ID. Without proof of full vaccination you will NOT be permitted to enter the premises. This step is being taken out of an abundance of caution and will be required for all shows. We hope to do our part to keep our community safe while we continue to enjoy the very best of local, national & international jazz. ***

DINNER & SHOW AVAILABLE (Max of 4 tickets per order, limited seating) $70 per person includes 3 course dinner & show. Beverages, tip & tax not included. Arrival time for 8pm show is 7pm, General Admission available at 7:30pm GENERAL ADMISSION - $15 with A La Carte Menu. Arrival times for 9:30 pm show is 9:15

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Watch the online show here: Michael Feinberg CD Release



Hailed as a "musical prodigy turned evil genius" (spinner.com) bassist Michael Feinberg has quickly "become one of the premier young artists on the New York scene" (Jazz Inside Magazine). As a youth in Atlanta, Feinberg and musical cohort Daniel Platzman spent every Thursday night for two ears checking out local legend and Grammy nominee Russell Gunn at the famed Churchill Grounds jazz club. After getting a couple of opportunities to sit in, Feinberg joined Gunn's band for the next 6 months until he left for the University of Miami. As a sophomore at UM, Michael recorded his first record "Harajuku" with Platzman, Pascal LeBoeuf, Rob Hanlon, Remy Leboeuf and Steve Pardo. This recording helped Feinberg become a resident of 2008"s Betty Carter Jazz Ahead program at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.