Jeff Slate’s Dylan Obscura

The Cutting Room Presents:

Jeff Slate’s Dylan Obscura

Fri, March 21, 2014

10:00 pm

The Cutting Room

New York, NY

$15 Advanced - $20 Day of Show

Tickets at the Door

There is a $20 food/drink minimum

Jeff Slate’s Dylan Obscura
Jeff Slate’s Dylan Obscura
The triumphant return of an evening of Bob Dylan’s music like you’ve never heard before

On Friday, March 21st Bob Dylan enthusiasts, trivia buffs and anyone just discovering Dylan’s vast and varied catalog. You’ll be treated to the Dylan composition recorded by George Harrison that Dylan himself has never recorded, gems he rarely plays in concert and some of his best but least known songs, as well as original music inspired by Dylan.

Jeff Slate returns to the Cutting Room with the Early Roman Kings, his brand new all-star band, plus some amazing surprise guests. After an act of God – including arctic conditions, burst pipes and a visit from the FDNY – forced the cancellation of the debut of Jeff Slate’s Dylan Obscura show, this one is surely not to be missed!

In 2012 Slate debuted his solo album Birds of Paradox to sold out crowds around New York City, including shows at the Cutting Room that included a reunion between drummer Steve Holley and his former Wings bandmate Laurence Juber. Since then
Slate has toured, released a new album of original music inspired Elvis Costello, and written extensively about some of music’s biggest names for Esquire, Guitar World and elsewhere. In February he was a featured performer with his Birds of Paradox band at the 40th hard at work on a new album, featuring performances by Earl Slick, Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan, Steve Holley, Carlos Alomar and many, many more!

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Venue Information:
The Cutting Room
44 E. 32nd St.
New York, NY, 10016