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Live Jazz NYC by Eleonor England

Next Public Appearance: “A Stabby Valentine’s Day” featuring tunes where someone is abandoned, neglected, jilted, cheated on, or (in a perfect world) stabbed by their lover.

  • Tues 2/14/23 Don’t Tell Mama’s 7p (doors at 6.15p) 343 W 46th St NYC (between 8th & 9th Ave)
  • 343 w 46th St between 8th and 9th Avenues
  • $20 at the door or buy tix online here
  • Venue is cash only, $20/2 drink min

Don’t Tell Mama – $20 tickets and $20 food/drink min.  Food Menu available.  VENUE is CASH ONLY. Reservations available at Don’t Tell Mama through day of the event (pay cash at door) – or buy tickets with credit card here through 2/12/23 or until sold out.

Show has been a critic’s pick in San Francisco Chronicle, SF Weekly, San Francisco Bay Guardian, and more

Diamonds aren’t a girl’s best friend – restraining orders are! Come celebrate Ellie’s long-running annual show’s NYC debut at this foundational cabaret venue with food and drink. Show runs approx 1 hr.

“Like a fingerprint, each marriage is unique.  Also like a fingerprint, each is linked to a possible homicide investigation.”

”Love conquers all – but if you want it to do so while wearing a rubber dress, it’s $50 extra.”



Selected Media Quotes


“Bluesy mastery of 3 1/2 octaves…not to be missed.”

– Citybeat Magazine


“Diana Krall step aside!”

– Radio 887 Santa Rosa


“A world class voice.”

– JazzReview.com


“Captures [the tune] in a really beautiful way.”

– Dirk Sutro, LA times, NPR the Lounge host


Critics pick

– San Diego Union Tribune

– San Francisco Guardian

– San Francisco Weekly

– Citybeat Magazine


“Terrific Singer”, “Creme de la Creme…

[one of the] “USA and world best.”

– Entertainment Divas, Cabaret, Jazz Then and Now by Maximillien de Lafayette