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One Man-One Bass Show ‘Nukular Tulips’ to Surprise Audiences, 3/24 in NYC

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Mar. 19 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Acclaimed jazz bassist Jay Leonhart will premiere his new one man-one bass show, Nukular Tulips(TM) on March 24 at Stage Left Studio in New York City. Leonhart, who has played with everyone from Tony Bennett to Queen Latifah, still seems to have enough time in between bass notes to allow him to take a good look around the world to see what’s going on.

Bassist Jay Leonhart Presents Jazz at Symphony Space: Broadway Tunes to Swing at Uptown Performing Arts Center

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Jan. 3 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — New York City audiences will have the rare opportunity on Sunday night, January 28, to hear ‘Jazz Hits from the Broadway Stage,’ a swinging, intimate program of well-known Broadway show tunes performed by some of the city’s most-accomplished and well-known jazz musicians. It is sure to be a treat for general audiences and jazz lovers alike.

Renowned Jazz Bassist Jay Leonhart in San Francisco for One-Man-One-Bass Show

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Mar. 21 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — He has played behind everyone from Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra to Carly Simon and Sting and now the three-time NARAS Most Valuable Bassist, Jay Leonhart, will play in his own humorous, one-man (one-bass) jazz cabaret show at The Empire Plush Room at the York Hotel in San Francisco, April 14-16

Acclaimed Jazz Bassist and Composer Jay Leonhart Celebrates His Life in Music with One-Man (and One-Bass) Jazz Cabaret Show

NEW YORK, NY – Mar. 20 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — What do you get a first-call jazz bassist who has played behind everyone from Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra to Carly Simon and Sting, whose compositions have been recorded by artists ranging from Blossom Dearie and John Pizzarelli to Lee Konitz and Gary Burton, and whose non-stop poetry writing has produced thousands of examples of jazz verse and more than 100 published songs? Why, a show of his own, of course!