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Stanley and I are doing everything that we can to make that happen. February 12, For the first time in three years, we have some good news to share - not the news you have been waiting for, but good news nevertheless. This box set will be coproduced with our longtime friend and copartner in Bottom Line Records, the storied record producer Hank Medress.
It is ironic that we finalized this deal somewhere between the anniversaries of when the club closed January 22, and when it originally opened February 12, As a result of all three things coinciding, I've been flooded with memories of Bottom Line shows and the unique personal moments I shared with a lot of the artists who performed at the club. Everybody who worked at The Bottom Line had his or her favorite list of performers. On my personal list was Townes Van Zandt. Townes was not only a songwriter's songwriter, he was an amazing character.
My Townes moment came at the end of the night, when the gig was over and I was getting ready to pay him. He walked into our upstairs office, sat down at my desk I was sitting at Stanley's desk , and with a beguiling smile and a twinkle in his eye, asked if I had a deck of cards anywhere.
I was momentarily at a loss for words. I paid him, and as he left the office I remember thinking, both of us were lucky that I was working that night instead of Stanley. That series, along with "In Their Own Words," was sacred to me. I was faced with an unusual dilemma when Bob Frank, president of Koch Entertainment, called to ask if we wanted to host a Ringo Starr concert for the press to help promote his forthcoming album Ringorama.
The chance to present Ringo would trump anything on the calendar. The dilemma was, the only day that worked for Ringo was the same night that I already booked and started to advertise "Required Listening: A No Risk Evening of Discovery.
I finally came up with a plan. Instead of doing our customary two shows, we would do one long show. The first part of the night would feature our four "Required Listening" acts. We would then take an intermission, and the second half of the show would be an unadvertised surprise guest set by Ringo Starr and his band, The Roundheads. Thus, the integrity of the "Required Listening" concept would be preserved.
As a bonus, the people who came to support the series would get the surprise of a lifetime. Now all I had to do was sell my proposal to Ringo. I called Mark Hudson, Ringo's guitarist and music director, and explained that we did a monthly series called "Required Listening" that showcased and tried to build an audience for artists deserving wider recognition. I told him that we wanted to present Ringo's press show as a surprise gig as part of the evening that had already been scheduled for "Required Listening.
True to his word, we were back on the phone within an hour. Mark enthusiastically told me that Ringo loved the idea of being part of an evening that encouraged and supported new talent. I said, "The show is called 'Required Listening. So many memories triggered by a new anniversary and a new opportunity to share our legacy. Eileen always says, "When one door closes, another one opens. Don is a very spiritual guy.
In this e-mail, he shared an experience that he had while waiting on line to see Lou Reed at St. Anne's Warehouse in Brooklyn. He was talking with another fan, who started to tell him about the times he saw Lou perform at The Bottom Line. When he heard that Don was a frequent patron of the club, they started to compare notes about their favorite Bottom Line shows.
Don closed the e-mail with, "This scene has played out over and over for me when I go to a show and talk to people. You have built a community of people who love music We miss you and hope you return to us soon. For more than a year we were in negotiations with a landlord on the Upper West Side for a lease on a location we were thrilled about. There were numerous occasions when we thought the deal was about to close.
We were excited and tempted to start to release some of this information as part of an update on the site. But we erred on the side of caution in case we were wrong, and unfortunately that was the case. Although we were very disappointed, we were relieved that we didn't jump the gun. The search still continues for a new location. The box set is in preproduction. We are committed more than ever to reopen. There are still thousands of Songwriters on Parade that we will discover together.
February 12, Recently, Eileen and I had dinner with some new-found friends. During the course of the meal, Sandy, one of our enthusiastic dinner companions, said that everyone she knew who had come to the club had their own favorite Bottom Line story.
She proceeded to tell us about her girlfriend, whose favorite story was accidentally walking into the men's room and coming face to face with Bob Dylan, who was standing directly in front of a urinal. For the next twenty minutes, Sandy, her husband Harry, Eileen and I traded our own favorite stories. Stanley and I have often discussed writing a book about the club, and we ultimately came to the same conclusion: It would be a book about other people's stories.
The Bottom Line belonged to so many more people than just Stanley and me. It was a dream that belonged solely to us and our families until February 12, Once the club was open and that dream realized, it was no longer exclusively ours. It was much larger than us. It was much larger than the 5,square footprint on West Fourth and Mercer. It influenced and affected the lives of thousands of people we didn't know.
That's why the real story of The Bottom Line is and belongs to the artists who played there, the staff who worked there and the tens of thousands of fans who went there. They all have a Bottom Line memory. Ironically, many of these memories are not about music, although they may have music in common. They are really about making a connection. A connection that, as long as you live, you will never forget because it is something that has changed your life forever. It is a frustrating task that has been made more bearable by a terrific support team.
Thanks for your continued words of encouragement. It raises our spirits to know that you are still rooting for us. Most of all, thanks for your shared memories. February 12, February 12, seems the perfect day for an update. The last time we spoke was April 8, , and since that time the number of sites we have looked at for a new location for The Bottom Line has doubled. In case you are keeping track, the current number of places now stands at If ever there was a song lyric that captured the moment it's the old Lieber and Stoller classic "Searchin.
Although our search has taken longer than any of us would have liked, we are not the least bit discouraged and are still very committed to finding our new home. Thanks again for your e-mails, Bottom Line T-shirt orders, suggestions for new locations, digital pictures of possible locations, interest in investing in the new club, musical memories, invitations to parties and gigs, new CDs, great words of inspiration and encouragement, but most of all for believing in and rooting for us.
Oh, and by the way, Happy Anniversary. We are hoping that we will once again be able to present a live version of The Downtown Messiah next year. It can be heard on: April 8, It's been about eight weeks since our last update, so we thought we'd check in.
The hunt for a new location for The Bottom Line has taken us far and wide. We've been to locations as far downtown as Ground Zero to as far uptown as th and Lenox. In between we've made numerous stops in Chelsea and midtown.
All in all we've seen about fifteen places. None of them have been quite right so far although in a couple of places we've come real close. Soooo, the search continues. In the meantime, for those of you who really have been missing us you can get your Bottom Line jones satisfied on the radio: For those of you who have satellite radio: During that now historical seven month period, Sirius captured a number of great performances which are now being broadcast monthly on Folktown 38 every Friday at noon with a repeat performance on Sunday at noon and on Sirius Disorder 24 every Thursday at 5: These shows are hosted, with love, by Meg Griffin and sound so great if you close your eyes you'll feel like you are sitting at your favorite table at The Bottom Line.
Thanks to all of you who have E-mailed suggestions for specific locations for us to check out as well as those of you who've indicated your interest in contributing financially once a new location is found.
Thanks for staying in touch, for continuing to buy T-shirts, for sharing creative suggestions, but most of all for your commitment to our future. February 12, Thank you for your support of The Bottom Line. Though we are sad to have left our home on West 4th street, we are now making plans for the future to continue The Bottom Line's commitment to music. We continue to be moved by your e-mails, your memories and the outpouring of support for the club and the voice that it provides.
We are actively meeting with our original financial backers, and with those who have contacted us since then, with the goal of presenting, better than ever, The Bottom Line's unique music. If you want to get in touch with us you can e-mail us at bltmailbox aol.
Keep checking the website www. In response to a number of e-mails, yes we do plan on continuing the timeline, and will try and put up more dates and a few more stories in the immediate future. And yes, T-shirts are still available will continue to be sold through the website - payment can be made according to the instructions on the website. We will keep you posted as things move forward.
Stay tuned for more developments. January 22, After almost thirty years of bringing a wide variety of exciting and innovative artists to the stage at the corner of West 4th and Mercer, The Bottom Line will be closing its doors for the last time today. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our extraordinary friends and supporters who have rallied around us during these difficult last six months: Most of all, we want to thank our families for making a very painful and surreal experience a bit more bearable.
We would not have been able to get through this without your love and support. When we opened The Bottom Line on February 12, , our goal was to create a Music Room not a jazz, rock or folk club but a venue where many different genres could find an audience. The Bottom Line has always been about the music, and we find fulfillment in knowing that we have stayed the course and remained true to our vision. For all those things and more, the stage at The Bottom Line was special.
We hope that The Bottom Line has meant something in your lives, and it has given you as much joy as it has for us in presenting the extraordinary artists that have performed on our stage.
We take enormous pleasure in knowing that over the last thirty years we have increased the world's potential for music. Allan and Stanley January 22, Disclaimer: This website is an archive of old bottomlinecabaret.
Not long after, Shyne began making appearances on recordings made by his Bad Boy Entertainment label-mates. On December 27, , Shyne, along with Combs and his then girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez , were involved in a high-profile incident at a Manhattan club. Three people were injured.
Shyne was charged with attempted murder, assault, and reckless endangerment. Shyne released his self-titled debut album in September The album featured guest appearances from Barrington Levy and 's Slim , as well as production from Bad Boy's in house producers The Hitmen. Shyne's self-titled debut album was recorded prior to the rapper's arrest. It made Billboard ' s number five spot on the charts  and sold more than , copies.
In July , Shyne was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Combs was acquitted of weapons charges in the case. In , Shyne released his second album Godfather Buried Alive , while imprisoned. The album, recorded prior to imprisonment and partially over the phone, sold , copies and hit No. Upon his early release in from his year prison sentence, the Belize native was deported to his homeland as a non-citizen felon; he had never become a naturalized US citizen.
After a trip to Jerusalem in , where he converted to Orthodox Judaism ,  Shyne collaborated with Israeli reggae and rock musician Matisyahu on his single "Messiah", released in April He later announced that he was recording two LPs for release in I'm definitely trying to get with Cash Money…. I'm not signed to Def Jam anyway, I just need to find another distributor. I might just have Cash Money do everything.
That's the beauty about being in the business for yourself. You can decide where you want to go and what you want to do. Reid for his frustration, later that month Shyne issued an apology. In November , Shyne was living in Jerusalem, where he underwent a formal conversion to Orthodox Judaism and arranged further studies with rabbis. He had studied seriously with rabbis while in prison and adopted the Jewish laws to create boundaries and order in his life.
He officially changed his name to Moses Levi to reflect his commitment to Judaism. He rapped into Matisyahu's set for "King Without a Crown". Matisyahu and Shyne have shared Judaism and have become best friends. They have discussed collaborating more frequently in the future. In April , Shyne traveled to Kiev , Ukraine , where he was a featured speaker at a conference on inter-religious understanding.
The conference — called Global Winds of Change: Religions' Role in Today's World;The Challenges in Democracies and Secular Societies — brought together members of the world's many faiths to discuss the role of religion in modern society. Oleksandr Feldman , a member of the Ukrainian parliament and the President of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee , hosted the three-day event.
In October , Shyne endorsed Mitt Romney for president of the United States, faulting incumbent President Obama for not doing anything to prevent the rapper's deportation to Belize. In , Shyne released a mixtape, Gangland.
Complex Magazine in December noted Shyne on its list of rapper stars who had suffered the "30 worst fall-offs in rap history", ranking him as But Shyne's Gangland mixtape appeared to show a revival of his popularity; it was downloaded more than , times on DatPiff. Diddy and his then-girlfriend Jennifer Lopez , were involved in a shooting incident at a Manhattan club that resulted in three people being injured.
Shyne, then 20 with an album pending release, was charged with and later convicted of attempted murder, assault, and reckless endangerment. Combs was arrested but acquitted at trial of charges. Shyne's debut album was released in and was successful. On June 1, , Shyne was sentenced to ten years in prison. This seemed to spell the end of his rap career; his legal team's appeal for a suspended sentence ultimately failed.
He had been studying Judaism in prison with rabbis. Barrow has said that from the age of thirteen, he began to identify as an Israelite after learning that his great-grandmother was from Ethiopia.
He has speculated that she may have been among the Beta Israel , ancient Ethiopian Jews. As a teenager, he began to pray daily and to study Judaism on his own. In Shyne went to court to challenge New York's application of the 'Son of Sam' law , which had resulted in his assets being frozen and limiting his ability to make record deals and income. Despite his conviction for crimes, his incarceration drew many sympathizers, as well as the admiration of many in the hip hop community.
Even while incarcerated, he was visited by representatives of record labels who wanted to make deals. Fellow New York rapper 50 Cent called him a "punk" and made light of his situation and his part in the "night club incident. On August 4, , Shyne was released to his former producer Nick Dahms. A Manhattan judge signed the order that would schedule Shyne for release on October 6, At the request of the New York State Department of Correctional Services , a mandatory probation period of at least two and half years was added to Shyne's sentence.
Some of the hip hop community rallied to celebrate his release, and the events were followed by mainstream media. He was immediately taken into Federal custody. At least one source revealed that the facility in question was the Buffalo Federal Detention Facility in Batavia. Shyne's uncle, Michael Finnegan , said that the family had prepared for the rapper's potential return to Belize.
The family said they had sought the assistance of Charles Ogletree , a Harvard Law professor and part of President Barack Obama 's circle.
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