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YES!  We always have live music twice a week at the Atlas!

Every Friday, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Free Show 

For over 4 years (since May 2013), the Atlas Cafe has been presenting live jazz bands for free on Friday nights.  Booking philosophy: The best bands you've never heard of. We don't care if a band has never played out because we book on quality, not fame. You will always be assured of hearing an excellent band, and you'll get a chance to meet the players before they become famous!  Seriously.  Welcome to Jazz@The Atlas!

Bands are booked in residency, so that the same band plays the same Friday of the month each month.  This helps the bands build up a following, so that people can know when to see them.  Other bands are substituted when the scheduled band goes on tour or is unavailable for some reason.

First Fridays (1st to 7th each month)
Eli Maliwan  Jazz Party!  Come jam with us!

Second Fridays (8th to 14th each month)

Dan Neville Vibraphone and original compositions! 

Third Fridays (15 to 21st each month)

Bill Petitti Quartet Haute Sax!


Fourth Fridays (22nd to 28th each month)
Jonathan Hsu 4-piece Band featuring guitar

The Atlas will be CLOSED Thursday & Friday, November 23 and 24, reopening on Saturday November 25 on the usual schedule.


Fifth Fridays (29th to 31st when they occur)

Geller-Gold Quartet Sax & keyboard quartet


Other performers who play at Jazz@The Atlas...


Coming Friday, December 22

William Berg Quartet


Other Performers You May See

Seascape Sounds

Morgan Maudiere Band


Click a link above to find out more about the performers and to hear tracks.

Contact David Kaye for info at However, these shows are booked as ongoing monthly residencies, so it's unlikely that we'll have a spot in the near future.




Every Saturday 4:00 to 6:00 pm
Free Show

For information about this show, please contact Craig or Meredith directly.


Craig Ventresco and/or Meredith Axelrod Ragtime and blues!  Two experts on ragtime and early blues will delight you with their wide-ranging repertoires





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