Fall Performance Schedule

Sept. 22 @ 7-8:30 PM
Bed-Stuy Restoration Plaza,
Fulton St. and Marcy Ave. Bklyn NY
FREE Outdoor Concert

Oct. 4 @ 3:00 PM
Harlem’s Famous “Red Rooster,” Noon to 3 PM bunch, no cover. My birthday.

Oct. 9 @ 8-11:30 PM
Jazz 966
966 Fulton St.
at Classon Ave.
Bklyn NY
$15

Oct. 11 @ 7-10 PM
Milk River Cafe
960 Atlantic Ave.,
btw. Washington and Grand Aves. Bklyn NY. No cover charge

AN OUTDOOR CONCERT- FREE!!!

Vocalist, STEVE CROMITY
& QUARTET
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 2015
6-8:00 PM
@ RONALD McNAIR PARK
Washington Ave and Eastern Parkway (Museum)

And then there’s straightahead jazz tradition splendor in the hands of veteran singer Steve Cromity
on his second album All My Tomorrows (Cromcake). Cromity’s grounded, self-assured voice is relaxed and richly resonant and his band of jazz masters seriously tight. Cromity is firmly in the swinging pocket. (Katie Bull – The New York City Jazz Record)

Here’s a streamlined video of the CD release party:

Joining him is Eric Wyatt, tenor sax; Marcus Persiani, piano; Alex Layne, bass; and Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax, drums.

STEVE’S NEXT PERFORMANCE IS @MILK RIVER CAFE
AT A DATE TO BE ANNOUCED IN SEPTEMBER

My performance at Bed-Stuy Restoration this evening (8/11) has had to be postponed.

Hi, folks
Due to the weather condition, my performance at Bed-Stuy Restoration this evening (8/11) has had to be postponed.  A new date is being arranged for perhaps the 2nd week in Sept.  So, if you were planning to come, don’t!  But, thanks for considering it and for your invaluable support. 
Have a great rain day and know that God is good all the time.
Steve

Vocalist, STEVE CROMITY & QUARTET TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2015 7-8:30 PM @BED-STUY RESTORATION PLAZA

Vocalist, STEVE CROMITY & QUARTET

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2015 7-8:30 PM @BED-STUY RESTORATION PLAZA Corner FULTON ST. & MARCY AVE, Brooklyn,

-AN OUTDOOR CONCERT-FREE!!!

And then there’s straightahead jazz tradition splendor in the hands of veteran singer Steve Cromity on his second album All My Tomorrows (Cromcake). Cromity’s grounded, self-assured voice is relaxed and richly resonant and his band of jazz masters seriously tight. Cromity is firmly in the swinging pocket. (Katie Bull – The New York City Jazz Record)

Here’s a streamlined video of the CD release party: http://www.stevecromity.com/all-my-tomorrows.mp4

Joining him is Eric Wyatt, tenor sax; Marcus Persiani, piano; Alex Layne, bass; and Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax, drums.

Please see website: http://www.stevecromity.com to purchase CD https://www.facebook.com/steve.cromity acorns4u@aol.com – For Bookings

STEVE’S NEXT PERFORMANCE IS @MILK RIVER CAFE AT A DATE TO BE ANNOUCED IN SEPTEMBER

VOCALIST, STEVE CROMITY & QUARTET TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2015 7-8:30 PM @BED-STUY RESTORATION PLAZA

Join the VOCALIST, STEVE CROMITY & QUARTET
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2015
78:30 PM
@BED-STUY RESTORATION PLAZA
Corner FULTON ST. & MARCY AVE, Brooklyn,
-AN OUTDOOR CONCERT-
FREE!!!
And then there’s straightahead jazz tradition splendor in the hands of veteran singer Steve Cromity
on his second album All My Tomorrows (Cromcake). Cromity’s grounded, self-assured voice is relaxed and
richly resonant and his band of jazz masters seriously tight. Cromity is firmly in the swinging pocket.
(Katie Bull – NY Jazz Record)
Here’s a streamlined video of the CD release party:
 Joining him is Marcus Persiani, piano; Alex Layne, bass; and Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax, drums, and tenor sax, TBA

CD Review, Herb Young

This compact disc was quite a surprise. Steve Cromity is a real talent who came to jazz as a professional singer later in life after raising a family. He was born in Brooklyn and has lived in New York City all his life. As near as I can determine he works almost exclusively in this city. He heard jazz from the time of his
pre-school years. His professional career is about 10 years
duration.

He is now in his late 60s. This may be a good thing as he is a very mature singer with great diction. His phrasing is
much like Frank Sinatra’s. I wonder if that man was an influence. The instrumental backing is first rate including his nephew Eric Wright. These musicians are all working in the New York area and are among the young lions there. It is a very cohesive
unit. The selection of songs is great. Most are hard swinging with
the exception of a couple ballads, “My Little Boat” and “How Little We Know”. One of my favorites is Duke Pearson’s
“Jeannine”. The tune “Sugar” on this disc is not the older Dixieland chestnut but a tune written by Stanley Turrentine. You can’t go wrong with this album. It is one of the best male jazz vocal CDs I’ve heard in a long time. Give it a listen.

♫ Herb Young