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Pascalito’s Quartet @ Miles Café Sunday April 17 – 5:30pm show – 2 sets (ends at 7:30pm)

March 21, 2011


To: Listings/Critics/Features

From: Jazz Promo Services

Press Contact: Jim Eigo, jazzpromo@earthlink.net





Pascalito’s Quartet @ Miles Café

Sunday April 17 – 5:30pm show – 2 sets  (ends at 7:30pm)

212 E. 52nd Street bet 2nd and 3rd Ave – Third Floor

$10 cover – $10 minimum – (Japanese menu available)

Reservation strongly advised as seating space is limited

RSVP  On line http://www.milescafe.com/chamamail5/form.cgi?no=2418&floor=a&pat=live

or call (212) 371 -7657




Pascalito (vocals) – Luiz Simas (piano) – Leco Reis (bass) – TBA (percussion)


New CD

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“Pascalito (Pascal Sabattier), Manhattan’s French connection, is a bandleader, songwriter and vocalist or as he bilingually bills himself a ‘world chanteur’. Light, rich-voiced, in true Aznavour spirit, he is at once a fine pop-jazz stylist and a superb storyteller. His second album, Neostalgia, is a luxuriant tapestry blending his passion for pop, jazz, bossa nova, flamenco, swing, blues and tango” Christopher Loudon – Jazz Times


“Pop, chanson, bossa nova, noir-ish night music, seductive Spanish-tinged melodies, tango and more are all part of the package on Neostalgia. The music of Pascalito doesn’t owe allegiance to any single school of musical thought, coming across, instead, as a melting pot of delicious musical morsels from around the world” Dan Bilawsky – All About Jazz  


“A French Gothamite, young singer Pascalito plies his light, handsome voice in a breezy mix of bossa nova, musette, jazz and pop with a smooth-rolling band” Time Out New York  


“A beautiful album, reminiscent of the soundtrack for the classic French film Un Homme et une Femme (a Man and a Woman)”  
Randy Morse – The Best of Brazil


“This is a mix of Now Sound and back alley sophistication” Chris Spector – Midwest Record


“A trip around the world of varying cultures: the combination of Latin Jazz, Bossa Nova, Blues, Swing and Mediterranean folksongs is as global as it gets. This handsome young man seduces us with his clarity of vocal prowess and with the sensual sound of his own compositions here mixed very well with well known songs such as ‘Here comes the rain again’, ‘Dans mon lle’‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’, and ‘Love theme from Spartacus’. Beautiful music, beautifully performed” Grady Harp – Amazon.com  


“Músico francês faz sucesso cantando Bossa Nova” Comunidade News (Brazilian Press)


“Suavemente. Le Poète New Yorkais” French Morning  


For Interviews, Photos and Promos Contact:

Jim Eigo Jazz Promo Services T: 845-986-1677 E-Mail: jazzpromo@earthlink.net


National Radio Campaign:

Lisa Reedy  Jazz Promotion T: (775) 826-0755  E-Mail: lisa@jazzpromotion.com


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