"Lo-Fi" Lee Sobel has been presenting swing dancing events at the most prestigious music venues in New York City since 1996. Prior to music promotion, Lee Sobel directed the feature film "Rockabilly Vampire," released in 2001 by Troma Entertainment on DVD. Time Out NY Magazine called him "New York's king of all thing retro."
Clubs at which Lo-Fi Lee has packed the dance floor: Webster Hall, China
Club, The Supper Club, Windows on the World, The Roxy, Flamingo East,
El Flamingo, Caché, True, Pageant, The Altman Building, and many
Magazines that have featured Lo-Fi Lee and his events: Vogue, Playboy, Entertainment Weekly, Smithsonian, Time Out New York, New York Magazine, NY Daily News, Flatiron, Shout, and many more.
"Lo-Fi Lee Sobel is New York's hottest swing promoter."
"Lee Sobel a.k.a Lo-Fi Lee is New York's king of all things retro."
"The man of the hour is Lo-Fi Lee Sobel."
"Is it the cosmopolitan I just drank or have I stepped into the
"Lo-Fi Entertainment delivers retro culture."
"Lo-Fi Lee Sobel is the king of swing, the retro maestro."
"Lo-Fi Entertainment genuinely works to explore the real culture
"Droves of swingers are attracted by swing impressario Lo-Fi Lee
"Is this El Morocco 1948? Nope, it's swing night."
"It's 11pm on a Saturday night in New York City, and the dance floor
"New people are going on Friday to check things out and returning
the very next night to dance."
Lee Sobel continues to present the best live bands in the swing scene at top venues in New York City. He also DJs and books bands for weddings, corporate events, parties, etc.
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