By Stephen Mosher, Broadway World
On 44th Street, just off of 8th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, there lies a Shangri-La for the lovers of jazz. In recent memory, that place that was born some 70 years ago developed a broader vision to bring inside of its’ walls musical artists of other genres, opening another room so that more patrons could be served more music more of the time. An indispensable thread in the cultural tapestry that is New York City, this famed nightclub has always stood as a beacon to tourists and to the cabaret community, nightly welcoming all to enter, to relax, to enjoy what many have come to consider a home away from home. That place is called Birdland. Read the full feature here.