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Chakra Restaurant - Jazz Tuesdays

W. 144 Route 4 (Eastbound)
Paramus, NJ 07652
ph. 201-556-1530

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Jazz Tuesdays at Chakra brings the smooth sounds of the Joe Falcey Trio, a progressive jazz group, to our ultra-romantic dining room for a sophisticated accompaniment to our unparalleled cuisine.

Starting at 7 p.m. and running until midnight, guests are invited to enjoy the dulcet tones of this popular jazz ensemble.

Reservations are recommended. No cover.

About The Joy Falcey Trio:

Drummer Joe Falcey, a N.J. native, has been performing music in the US and internationally for the last 18 years. He holds a degree in Music from Kean University where he studied performance, composition, and music education. He has also studied privately under master drummers Tony DeNicola,(Harry James) Joe Morello (Dave Brubeck), and Ari Hoenig (Kenny Werner, Joe Lovano, & Mike Stern). He has maintained busy performance schedule as both a leader and a sideman, along with full time teaching schedule as half owner of Smith’s Music Studios in Ewing Twp., where he works as a private instructor on both drum set and piano. He currently holds the drum chair in the original project, Ocean Exposition, and continues to perform as a sideman, covering a wide range of musical forms and styles. Over the years he has shared the stage with Glenn McClelland (Blood Sweat & Tears & Ween), Pete Kuzma (Jill Scott), Richie Cole, Eric Alexander, Tom Passerella, John Swana, Bootsie Barns, Duane Eubanks, and hall of fame keyboardist Bernie Worrell (Parliament, Talking Heads). He currently resides in Trenton, N.J.

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