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Cheikh NDoye

Cheikh NDoye

Jazz Washington, DC  US
A Child's Tale
A Child's Tale
Alchemy East
Alchemy East
hands On
hands On


Cheikh Ndoye "A Child's Tale" Live at the Blue Room Productions


  • 2013

    Apr 12

    Washington, DC, US | 8:00pm

    Cheikh Ndoye & Friends Cheikh NDoye & Friends featuring Frederic Yonnet, Karen Briggs, Chielli Minucci and Lao Tizer.

  • 2012

    May 22

    Washington, DC, US | 8:00pm

    "Tizer" w/Cheikh Ndoye & Lao Tizer “TIZER functions on high-octane playing with long improvisational passages and intricately crafted motifs and counterpoint… For excitement, there were plenty of moments of intersecting ideas…” -JazzTimes

  • 2012

    Jan 14

    Washington, DC, US | 8:00pm

    Cheikh Ndoye Cheikh Ndoye Group Featuring Steve Gadd, Karen Briggs, Lao Tizer & More.

  • 2012

    Jan 13

    Washington, DC, US | 8:00pm

    Cheikh Ndoye Cheikh Ndoye Group Featuring Steve Gadd, Karen Briggs, Lao Tizer & More.

  • 2011

    Nov 5

    Chevy Chase, MD, US | 8:00pm

    Arshak Sirunyan Trio featuring Cheikh Ndoye on bass and John Lamkin III on drums in an evening of contemporary jazz piano trio concert comprising a modern mixture of Armenian and Western sound elements. Sponsored by Hamazkayin Educational & Cultural Society of Washington. For tickets call: (301) 229-9645, (301) 770-8765


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Manager: CN Mngmt

Bio: Cheikh NDoye is a bassist, composer, arranger and accomplished musical artist whose music is a rich fusion of jazz and world music influences stemming from his West African heritage combined with his love for classic and contemporary American jazz. Originally from Senegal, Cheikh’s fascination wi...See Full Bio



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“CHEIKH NDOYE/Child’s Tale: How in hell do you get the kind of cats to show up on a DIY debut recording that this one has? You really have to have something on the ball. This young bass ace has a lot of moments that feel like throwbacks to civil rights era jazz but on the whole, the moments are pretty much in the moment. Drawing from Melvin Van Peebles as much as Ray Brown, this is almost audio verite jazz having the kind of mixed media presence that shows this cat didn’t grow up in a bubble. Certainly a solid pit stop for left leaning tastes, this set is that kind of different set that really grabs hold. Maybe not for everyone, but those in the know will know. ”

— Midwest Record

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