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We saw Ron Carter here with his trio - wonderful! The venue is dark, hot and not particularly comfortable but who cares - great jazz in a great atmosphere. Don't be surprised if the queue is very long indeed leading up to the show. Get...More
I regularly visit Paris but by the time I have done my sightseeing and indulged in a large evening meal, I have little time or energy for nightlife. The only reason why I discovered this lovely venue was because I found out by accident that...More
The New Morning Club was a cool club, the sound was good, the music amazing and good places to stand and dance and still watch the musicians. Loved it... my only critism is about the use of straws in the drinks...can you stop that? Do...More
New Morning is a legendary music club in Paris, specially for jazz music. It’s not any fancy place but it has a good sound and a very interesting program. French clubs for jazz in France but also the media there have a real romantic fascination...More
Okay, I get it, it's not about the drinks. But they help to ignore the sultry heat in the room (especially when you are sweating just trying to find some standing room midst the crowd). There is no air condition or air circulation in the...More
We caught a gig here midweek. Great little venue were they can probably seat a couple of hundred within a good distnace of the stage. Great sound quality and comfortable temperature due to the overhead fans .recommended
3 great French blues bands for EUR15. Bargain and good fun. Best to get tickets beforehand, specially for bigger names, but we got tickets on the night. Arrive in the queue early to secure a seat of choice. It's a grungy place but full of...More
We had both been to Paris before but this was our first visit together and we were determined to visit the famous New Morning jazz club.
We were fortunate to find the great Roy Hargrove Quintet performing and it was a wonderful night.
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian