Ginny’s Supper Club presents Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber with special guest Brian Jackson

Burnt Sugar at Ginny's Supper Club
Burnt Sugar at Ginny’s Supper Club

Mashing the Miles, Steely Dan & Sugar songbooks
with Special Guest:
Brian Jackson (Gil Scott-Heron ) – flute/piano

Saturday, June 8, 2013
Ginny’s Supper Club
310 Lenox Avenue
Harlem N.Y. 10027


$20 ticket (per set) – 21 and over
Doors @ 6pm
1st Set – 7:30pm – buy tickets at Ticketfly
2nd set – 10:00pm – buy tickets at Ticketfly

Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber ( Miles/Steely/Sugar edition )

Greg Tate – conduction
Mikel Banks – vocals/conduction
Shelley Nicole – vocals/percussion
Lewis ‘Flip’ Barnes – trumpet
Micah Gaugh – alto sax/vocals
V. Jeffery Smith – tenor sax/vocals
‘Moist’ Paula Henderson – bari sax
André ‘Day Glo’ Lassalle – guitar
Ben Tyree – guitar
Bruce Mack – keyboards/vocals/conduction
Leon Gruenbaum – keyboards
Jared Michael Nickerson – electric bass
Trevor Holder – drums

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.
The venue cannot offer refunds.

Wander downstairs at the Red Rooster Harlem and you’ll soon pick up the trail of its spirited sister venue. With a hat tipped to Harlem’s Renaissance, Ginny’s Supper Club is a modern reincarnation of the glamorous speakeasies and Harlem nights of the Twenties – an intimate lounge with a warm bourbon glow and an even warmer welcome.

Kindled by the hottest live music, creative cocktails, soulful food, inclusive spirit and Harlem’s vibrant culture, Ginny’s is devoted to hosting nights out with a little bit of magic. And, as its creators chef Marcus Samuelsson and Andrew Chapman will tell you, that means style, culture and genuine down home fun for everyone.

“To reminisce about a place it needs to inspire you on many levels. When you’re captivated about incredible food, fun drinks, inspiring conversation, eclectic company and intoxicating music, you know you’ve had a great night out. Playing host to all those things is what gives Ginny’s its buzz.” Chef Marcus Samuelsson