to Mar 26

Mondays at The Blond [DJ Set]

We miss you. We want you. All the time. And Mondays are back. With Devon Johnson, Cole Ramstad, as Boyfriend Material. With weekly special guests.

At one of New York City's coolest new downtown spots, already with a reputation for one of the city's tightest doors. Come join the fun, and get down. Be you, be beautiful, and dress for the occasion. 

More about the Blond from W Mag. 

No cover, but say our name at the door. 10pm. 

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9:00 PM21:00

Robin Hood PYT Spring Party

Join Robin Hood’s Philanthropic Young Things for a kick-ass, outrageous, rockin’ Spring Party and do some good for NYC.

Proceeds from the party will help Robin Hood serve the 1.8 million New Yorkers living in poverty. Since 1988, Robin Hood has provided support for our neighbors through emergency food, affordable housing, health care, job training, and high quality education. 

Up & Down

9 pm

244 West 14th Street

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10:00 PM22:00

I'm Every Woman - Live at Soho House NY

Join Cole Ramstad and Chinatown as they honor some of their favorite female artists of all time. From Whitney, Nina, and Chaka, to Beyonce, Toni, and Brandy.

With special guests Nicky Paul and Ross Clark from St. Lucia, Broadway star Katrina Cunningham, and Rooty, grammy award winning singer and songwriter. 

RSVP is essential, as Soho House is members only. Space is limited.

29-35 9th Ave, New York, NY 10014

April 26. Doors at 10 show at 10:30.

RSVP here and come love with us!



Performing with Chinatown and Questlove at Soho House NY

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to Jan 27

"If you don't know, now you know" Live in the Vinyl Room at Soho House

Music is derivative. Join Cole Ramstad, surprise special guests, and an all star cast of musicians as they explore their favorite original samples from some of your favorite hits. From the Isley Brothers to Biggie, it will open your eyes and expand your ears. As always, come ready to get down.

RSVP is essential, as Soho House is members only. Space is limited.

Doors at 10pm show at 1030pm.

29-35 9th Ave, New York, NY 10014

RSVP here and come love with us!




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8:00 PM20:00

Live at the Rose Bar

Nestled within the chic, Grammercy Park hotel, The Rose Bar is the place for lovers of art, architecture, and great live music.

Join Cole and an interesting arrangement of cavalier young jazz players as they traverse melodies and sound.

Jazz, blues, strong drinks, and dark shadows. Perfect to start a Friday night off right.

8-10 pm

Full bar and kitchen.

No cover, but reservations strongly suggested.

Named one of NYC's hottest night life spots by NewYork.com


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10:00 PM22:00

Live at National Sawdust ft. Nicky Paul and Live Footage

Featuring Nicky Paul and Ross Clark of St Lucia, and dynamic, Brooklyn virtuosos Live Footage.

National Sawdust is a non profit concert venue, run by artists, in the middle of Williamsburg, whose vision is "To provide composers and musicians across genres with a setting in which they can flourish, and a place where they are given commissioning support, mentoring and other critical resources essential to create, and then share, their work."

It is a throwback to the principles that Brooklyn, and her artists, used to live and breathe by in the time of Glasslands, Death by Audio, Zebulon, Galapagos and more. With insane rents, and corporate takeovers happening everyday in Williamsburg, this new space is a breath of fresh air, and a glorious gift of wafting musical notes, from amazing musicians based all over the world.   

In the six plus years I've been playing in and around NYC, we've played amazing shows, magical venues, and had the absolute best time. This will be the very first show that you can actually buy tickets for. I've spent years putting people on lists, and inviting you all into private, exclusive spaces to share in the good time.





Get Tickets Here: http://bit.ly/1FLuyNZ

More info on the space:

New York Magazine: http://www.vulture.com/2015/09/national-sawdust-new-carnegie-hall.html

New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/13/arts/music/national-sawdust-prepares-for-an-oct-1-opening.html

The New Yorker: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/10/05/dust-bowl-classical-music-russell-platt

The Gothamist: http://gothamist.com/2015/09/28/national_sawdust_williamsburg.php#photo-1

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