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The New York City Jazz Record gives honorable mention

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Coming soon in the 2016 issue of the January New York City Jazz Record magazine, Steve’s record “All My Tomorrow” receives honorable mention for the 2015 records of the year.

http://www.nycjazzrecord.com

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Fall Performance Schedule

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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

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

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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

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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

Jazz Weekly – Review by George W. Harris • May 21, 2015

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Here’s a vocalist I can guarantee you’re gonna like. Steve Cromity has a rich and alluring low tenor or high baritone voice, and uses it with taste, swing and style on this release…

Read more:
http://www.jazzweekly.com/2015/05/steve-cromity-al-my-tomorrows/

JAZZ VESPERS CONCERT – OUTDOORS!!! “FREE” SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015 3-5 PM

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The Mighty Men of Valor
of the
First Baptist Church of Crown Heights
FATHER’S DAY
– JAZZ VESPERS CONCERT – OUTDOORS!!!
(On the plaza in front of church)
“FREE”
SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015
3-5 PM

featuring
KENYATTA BEASLEY AND HIS BAND

Trumpeter/Composer/Educator Kenyatta Beasley is well known in various circles for his musical creativity and flexibility. As a trumpeter and arranger, Kenyatta has performed, toured and recorded with a wide array of artists ranging from Ellis Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, Gloria Gaynor, and the Duke Ellington Orchestra to Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Shakira and the Saturday Night Live Band

The band of other young lions playing with Kenyatta:
Keith Loftis, saxophone; Anthony Wonsey, keyboard; Neil Caine, bass;
and Dwayne Broadnax, drums

First Baptist Church – connecting faith, culture, and community.
Seating starts at 2:30 PM. The event is FREE!!! Location: 450 Eastern Parkway
@ Rogers Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11225. (718) 778-1200, or
  Steve Cromity, 917) 685-3508 (www.stevecromity.com)