Mike Freeman Vibraphonist Composer,
ZonaVibe, Vibe Caliente, VOF Recordings, ZV Studio
Now celebrating 37 years in NYC!
Photo by Jerry Lacay
Release Date 8-6-18
"frost-fresh…with off-beat rhythms driven hard", Latinjazznet Sept. 27, 2018 –Raul da Gama
"MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) rating of 4.98”
Contemporary Fusion Reviews August 10, 2018 –Dick Metcalf
"Swinging sounds that are reminiscent of vintage Cal Tjader sessions…irresistible grooves. Oye!" Jazz Weekly November 1, 2018 –George Harris
mikeTunes Featured Song of the Week 9-15-2019
from Venetian Blinds track 4 “Those Venetian Blinds”
Be patient, this player starts with a few seconds of silence
Buy Music here at Jazzvibe.com
Mike Freeman ZonaVibe at iTunes,
Amazon, and many other sites
***Re-schedule date for Pier 84 July 11th***
Thursday September 26th, 2019, 5pm - 7pm Free
Mike Freeman ZonaVibe
w Special Guest Legends Ray Mantilla & Jose Mangual jr.
Manhattan Plaza 400 W 43rd Street
2nd Floor basketball court/playground
in case of inclement weather 2nd floor Ellington Room
New York, NY 10036
*Non-Manhattan Plaza Residents RSVP to the email below with the subject line "Manhattan Plaza Concert List" to have your name added to the guest list.
Latin Music In Hell's Kitchen, A History
Produced by Mike Freeman
For over thirty years, numerous Latin music record distributors dotted the landscape of 10th Avenue from 42nd to 52nd streets. This two-concert series will focus on the once-vibrant Latin music record industry that no longer exists in Hell’s Kitchen as well as the tradition of the vibraphone in Latin music. Historical commentary and photograph displays will be a part of the performances. Legendary guests include percussionist Ray Mantilla and bongocero/singer Jose Mangual Jr.
Latin Music In Hell’s Kitchen, A History, is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC.
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council
Jazz Foundation of America
Jazz Artists Resource
Connect with Mike
Watch Like1 Like2
Be sure to sign up for our email list, it's used sparingly!
Mike Freeman web site copyright © 1997, 2008, 2015, 2019
Site designed by Mike Freeman and Anne Haas