Dizzy's Club

Scatter the Atoms that Remain

With soprano and tenor saxophonist Mike Troy, pianist Davis Whitfield, bassist Otto Gardner, and drummer Franklin Kiermyer.

“Few musicians approach the music from the same spiritual wellspring that [Coltrane] did… Fiery, the musical equivalent of a perfect storm: It explodes and takes you for a ride. The playing is superb.” – MTV

“Drummer Franklin Kiermyer is that rare jazzman–blessed with the ecstatic quality of his free-bop attack.” – Rolling Stone

'Drummer Franklin Kiermyer offers a sense of shared catharsis through music that is at once majestic, ferocious, and relatable. When music writers are tasked with describing Kiermyer, the words “ecstasy” and “ecstatic” appear almost predictably, but sometimes a word is just right. Kiermyer’s “Scatter The Atoms That Remain” quartet channels the kind of beautiful, disciplined intensity exemplified by late John Coltrane and explosive hard boppers like Billy Harper. Stop by Dizzy’s tonight and live in the moment. This type of universal, non-denominational spirituality feels good.

Visitor Info

Dizzy's Club
Broadway and 60th Street
5th Floor

 

Set Times*

7:30 & 9:30pm nightly

Late Night Session Tues-Sat

Doors Open at 11:15pm

*unless otherwise noted

 

Reserve by phone
212-258-9595
In person after 6pm

daily at the club

Price Info

Cover:
Wed $35
Student:
$25