Carol Sloane

Jazz Singer


Booking Information


January 8

Sculler's Jazz Club
Boston, MA
CD release party for Carol Sloane's new one called "We'll Meet Again" on the Arbors Label. The legendary musicians who play on the recording will also be on stage with Carol: Bucky Pizzarelli guitar, Ken Peplowski reeds, Steve LaSpina bass and the young jazz violinist Aaron Weinstein.

Check the Sculler's website for show times.

May 8, 9 & 10
8:30 and 10:30 PM

Joins an All-Star Jazz Line-UP

A Benny Goodman Centennial
The Iridium
1650 Broadway at 51st Street
New York City


Ken Peplowski   ♦    Warren Vache
Ted Rosenthal   ♦    Chuck Redd
Pat O'Leary

Thursday, July 31
8 pm

Jazz in July Salute to Billy Strayhorn
Bill Charlap, Music Director
92nd St. Y
Lexington Ave. at 92nd Street, NYC

Thursday, November 15
8 pm

"Keepers of the Flame"
Carol Sloane w/ Norman Simmons and Steve LaSpina
Bill Charlap
Victor Lin Trio

TRIBECA Performing Arts Center
Borough of Manhattan Community College
199 Chambers Street
TRIBECA Box Office at (212) 220-1460

September 21-23

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola
Broadway at 60th St., NYC
with The Norman Simmons Quartet

September 14
Between 6 and 10 PM

Smithsonian Jazz Cafe at The National Museum of Natural History
10th & Constitution Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20560
With Norman Simmons, Steve LaSpina, Chuck Redd and special guest Harry Allen on tenor sax.

August 5

Jammin On the Hudson Concert Series
Riverbank State Park
679 Riverside Drive at 145th Street
One show between 6 & 8 pm with Norman Simmons

June 1, 2

Sculler's Jazz Club
Boston, MA
Featuring Norman Simmons, piano; Steve LaSpina, bass; Paul Bollenback, guitar; Sheila Early, drums.

March 6 - 11 Village Vanguard, NYC
With the Norman Simmons Quartet
February 25 Benefit party for Jazz Boston
Sculler's Jazz Club
Boston, MA

Carol in Toronto
May 2001: Toronto, Canada.
Carol Sloane with bassist, Kieran Overs,
Top O' The Senator. Photo: Jeanie Wilson.

Management — Booking

Buck Spurr
781 - 438 - 3814


Find Carol Sloane's cds at

"Carol Sloane, a superb performer, projects the sort of serene musical overview and common sense that many better-known singers struggle for a lifetime to attain."

Stephen Holden, New York Times