The Bottom Line Archive contains over shows recorded during the club's year run, from These historic recordings capture a rare glimpse at the richness of New York's and the world's musical culture. It is our intention to make as many of these incredibly diverse performances available as possible, provided that the rights are available and and the sound and performance meet the level you have come to expect from The Bottom Line. We have mastered these recordings for the highest sound quality possible at New York's famed Magic Shop , which specializes in restoration and sonic upgrades of historic material. We hope you will find one of your favorite shows here, and that you will enjoy the music just as much as when you were at the club, sitting at your favorite table. For lots more info and behind the scenes stories about the archive, check out the interview with co-owner Allan Pepper and series producer Gregg Bendian.
Live At the Bottom Line by Modern Jazz Tuba Project on Apple Music
During the s and s the club was a major space for small-scale popular music performances. It opened on Feb 11, For three decades the two club owners, Allan Pepper and Stanley Snadowsky, presented major musical acts and premiered new talent. Harry Chapin held his th concert at the Bottom Line in January The Bottom Line hosted an extremely wide variety of music and musicians.