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54 Below

A Nonprofit Cabaret Venue

Musical comedian Tom McGovern (The Office: A Musical Parody) has played in cover bands and piano bars in NYC since 2016. When the shutdown put an end to live shows, Tom turned to writing/selling “Jingles” – personalized little songs meant to boost people’s moods during quarantine.  A little less than a year later, Jingle-writing led him to a feature on “American Idol.” Life is weird.

Join Tom (and a band full of musicians he says are more talented than he is) for an evening of catchy hooks and utter nonsense. If you’ve ever faked a phone call to avoid someone in public; if you’ve ever wondered why we never actually see baby pigeons; if you question why people make their dogs wear costumes on Halloween, you’re gonna have a good time. If none of that appeals to you, you’re still gonna have a good time.

Reasons to attend:

-You’ll make up some songs on the spot with Tom and the band.

-Tom’s Mom will be there, and his Mom is awesome.

-If you don’t laugh at all, Tom will write you an apology letter. That’s a promise.


Nate Hopkins – Piano/Vox

Debbie Tjong – Bass/Vox

Micah Cowher – Drums

Mark Malsegna – Lead Guitar

Marlene Ginader – Violin

Please note that all artists and acts are subject to change at any time.

Past Performances

  • Sun, Sep 12 :7:00 pm
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