Event Production & Promotion

Old School Music Productions has efficiently handled all levels of live events and memorable performances for over 30+ years. Founder Roger Kaufman, a Westport, CT bassist and producer, has the passion, experience and customer-friendly attitude for producing top quality live music events. Our versatile and experienced musicians always sound great delivering what our diverse audiences deserve: a fun event with a memorable music experience.

 

On-site management insures every client and venue’s needs are properly addressed.

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If needed, we are there to help you to strategize all logistics and structure of your event.

 

In addition to our own bands and entertainers, we contract with the finest NY Metro area musicians and ensembles and are connected to national touring acts as well.

Let Old School Music Productions organize and deliver live music at your next event, while you sit back, or rock the dance floor. We do it the good old way, by listening to our customers... before they listen to us. Its Old School.

Events Old School Music Productions has produced include:

 

The Old School Revue, Featuring Victoria Cave & Jerry Weldon at The Cutting Room, NYC.

 

The Old School Revue with The Saugatuck Horns with Featured Vocalists at Captain's Cove, Bridgeport, CT, at Cobb’s Mill Inn, Weston CT,  and at The Levitt Pavilion, Westport CT.

 

Jerry Weldon at The Bijou Theatre, Bridgeport, CT.

 

The Original Blues Brothers Band, featuring Steve Cropper, John Tropea and "Blue" Lou Marini at The Park West, Chicago, IL.

 

The Female Vocal Revue at FTC The Fairfield Theatre Company, Fairfield CT and at Levitt Pavilion For The Performing Arts, Westport, CT.

 

In addition, we have produced events at numerous NYC Metro Area Clubs and Venues like: Pete's Saloon, Sardi's, The Georgetown Saloon, Blue Parrot, The Redding Roadhouse, and The Black Cat Grille.

For further info. or booking, please contact Roger Kaufman

rogerzkaufman@gmail.com or call (203) 803-0318.

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