An Beal Bocht Cafe is the premiere venue showcasing both Irish and local music, poetry, comedy, theatre and art exhibits.  Our friendly staff serves a hearty menu and tasty drinks to make sure you enjoy your time at our cafe.

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Live Music Schedule

This Week: September 17 - September 23

Tuesday

7pm: Johnny 7

9pm:  The Bronx's Best & Longest Running Open Mic hosted by Eric Sullivan!

All Welcome!

 

Wednesday

8pm: Rough Drafts

 

Thursday

7pm: Ethics on Tap

9pm: Jonny Grave

 

Friday

6pm: Mary Courtney

9pm: Juke Junction Rockers

 

Saturday

9pm: the Slippery Chickens

 

Sunday

4pm: Irish Trad Session feat. John Redmond & Sean Tierney

8pm: Singer Songwriter Session feat. Nick Horner & Lucas Chohany & James Margolis

 

Next Week: September 24 - September 30

Tuesday

7pm: Johnny 7

9pm:  The Bronx's Best & Longest Running Open Mic hosted by Eric Sullivan!

All Welcome!

 

Thursday

7pm: Classical Cafe Presents: Fire & Grace

9pm: New Moon Acoustic Blues Band

 

Friday

6pm: Mary Courtney

9pm: Big Frank & the Healers

 

Saturday

6pm: John Pinamonti Solo

9pm: El Street Cafe

 

Sunday

11am: Tara’s Slow Bluegrass Jam

4pm: Irish Trad Session feat. John Redmond & Sean Tierney

8pm: Singer Songwriter Session feat. Karen Hudson & Bev Grant

Artist of the Month > September

Meghan Owen - Mythology

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Linda's Jazz Nights Presents:

Battle in the Bronx V! Wed. Oct. 3 @8pm

Battle in the Bronx V

Eric Alexander and Vincent Herring Go Head to Head

After placing second behind Joshua Redman in the 1991 Thelonious Monk International Saxophone Competition, Eric Alexander threw himself into the whirlwind life of a professional jazz musician.  He made his recording debut in 1991 with Charles Earland on Muse Records, and cut his first album as leader in 1992 (Straight Up for Delmark). More recordings followed for numerous labels. Eric continues to tour the world over to capacity audiences. He can regularly be seen in NYC clubs.
 “His blowing is extraordinarily articulate and ecstatic, his tone bright and muscular, leadership and inspiration flowing nonstop. Alexander has released more than 30 albums in two decades, and this is one of the most vital.” JazzTimes

Vincent Herring first toured Europe and the United States with Lionel Hampton’s big band in the early 1980’s. As he developed his musicianship he began to work with Nat Adderley a liaison that continued for nine years. Along the way he worked and / or recorded with Cedar Walton, Freddie Hubbard, Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Hayes, Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers. Other special concerts and projects have included special guest soloist engagements with Wynton Marsalis at Lincoln Center. Vincent also appeared as a guest soloist at Carnegie Hall with John Faddis and The Carnegie Hall Big Band. 
"The alto saxophonist Vincent Herring projects his sound in a strong, centered beam, and even his most intense moments suggest a controlled combustion. " NewYorkTimes
vincentherring.com


An Beal Bocht Cafe in the News:

Irish Echo - Courtney Celebrates Rebel’s Struggle

the Quadrangle - An Beal Bocht Cafe Fosters Local Community of Arts

Broadway World Music- Five Boroughs Music Festival Opens 2018 - 19 Season with Performance by Fire & Grace

Riverdale Press - Comedy Show Brings the Funny Back to An Beal Bocht

Riverdale Press - Tapping Into Today's Ethical Dilemmas - Over a Drink