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Jerry Vivino & his NY Quartet

Jerry can still be heard nightly, playing in the Max Weinberg 7 on NBC's Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien.

Jerry Vivino is a master musician, recording artist, session player and a long-term member of the Max Weinberg 7 (now the Tonight Show Band).

On Thursday August 6th Saxophonist, Jerry Vivino brings his New York City based quartet to Upstairs at Vitello's for an upbeat evening of jazz. The quartet are all members of NBC'S TONIGHT SHOW BAND. Collectively their resume reads like a WHO'S WHO IN THE MUSIC BIZ. These first call N.Y. STUDIO MUSICIANS can be heard or seen with the likes of BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, DR. JOHN, PHOEBE SNOW, LEVON HELM, THE ALLMAN BROTHERS and KEELY SMITH to name a few.

Jerry and his band mates will have you clapping your hands and stomping your feet to their music which features a mix of jazz, soul jazz, standards and r&b.

Don't miss Jerry Vivino ( sax/flute & vocals ) Mike Merritt ( bass ) James Wormworth ( drums ) and Scott Healy ( piano ).

The Jerry Vivino Quartet w/ Mike Merritt - James Wormworth - Scott Healy

All are members of the Tonight Show Band with Conan O'Brien


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