We have a detailed history of Tin Pan Alley thanks to invaluable information from the Historic Districts Council in their “Brief-ish History of Tin Pan Alley” written in 2008, and Michael Minn in his piece “Tin Pan Alley”, part of his “New York City” photography collection project. As both accounts cover both overlapping and different information, we present them both below. Many thanks to them both for their thorough and dogged research and insightful presentation.
NEWS & MEDIA
Review of "TPA Goin' Downtown" April 18th 2023
This NYC street is now officially
called Tin Pan Alley
The new street signs have finally gone up.
by Anna Rahmanan Tuesday April 5 2022
About the Tin Pan Alley Street Co-Naming
"Tin Pan Alley finds its place on
Manhattan street sign"
By Max Parrott April 4th 2022
Hands on History; A unique TPA Teaching Module by Lesley Doyel
COLUMBIA SPECTATOR, FEB. 23.2022:
The Struggle to Landmark
The Historic Districts Council's 2022 Grassroots Preservation Award -
We are so proud to be the recipients of this most prestigious award which acknowledges and celebrates our work to achieve landmark designation of 47-55 West 28th Street as official NYC landmarks as well our work to commemorate and continue the legacy of the birthplace of American Popular Music!
Tin Pan Alley Day 2021
(Highlights of the Event in 35 minutes)
See the Video of August's
Poster House NYC's
first-ever Block Party!
Songstress Gabrielle Lee and pianist/vocalist and TPA Music-educator, Robert Lamont in their fabulous, sold-out performance held on on September 22nd 2022. at the Park Avenue Armory, benefiting ”Tin Pan Alley -
the American Music Project”, in the gorgeous Veterans Room!
Enjoy brief highlights from songstress Gabrielle Lee and pianist/vocalist/educator
Robert Lamont in their fabulous, sold-out performance held on on September 22, 2022, at the Park Avenue Armory in the gorgeous Board of Officers' Room and benefiting the "Tin Pan Alley American Popular Music Project"!
CLICK PICTURE ABOVE TO SEE VIDEO
TIN PAN ALLEY & AMERICAN MUSICAL COMEDY: LEGENDARY SHOWS 1890-1910”
at the Park Avenue Armory,
Tin Pan Alley Day 2017