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Revisit The 70s Tonight In Nyc The Taylor Mac Way

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on October 16, 2011

Everything will be alright tonight...

If you didn't manage to get in to see Life on Mars Revisited at The Creators Project today and you're still kicking around New York with nothing to do, you could do worse than pop along to Joe's Pub to see the chap above in action.

Yes, it's the brilliant Taylor Mac who has been wooing audiences around the globe with his excellent Comparison Is Violence or The Ziggy Stardust Meets Tiny Tim Songbook.

Taylor has a new show and it's over to him for details of it...

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If you live in New York, are visiting, or knows someone who does: I'm doing a series of concerts at Joe's Pub (my first time performing in the city since last February as I've been on a long long tour).

Essentially I'm getting a 24-hour concert of the history of popular music ready so am breaking the decades up.

First up the 1970's on October 16th. At Joe's Pub, New York, NY at 7pm.

Come join me, Matt Ray (on keys), Gary Wang (on bass), Yair Evnine (on cello Rock Lobster and guitar), Jon Natchez (on just about everything), David Berger (on drums), Davina Cohen singing backup, and the fabulous Machine designing my shame.

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Considering how well-rehearsed his Bowie setlist is after touring Comparison Is Violence, (05.31.2010 NEWS: TAYLOR MAC'S ZIGGY/TINY TIM SHOW HITS LONDON & 06.11.2010 NEWS: DUMDUMBOY REVIEWS TAYLOR MAC AND MICHAEL CLARK) I can't imagine he won't take this opportunity to perform one or two DB songs for this 70s section of tonight's musical history lesson.

If you do get along, please let us know exactly what he did do...one thing's for sure, on past form, it will be hugely entertaining.

Total Blam Blam - (BowieNet News Editor)

  • 16 October 2011
    Revisit The 70s Tonight In Nyc The Taylor Mac Way

    Everything will be alright tonight...

    If you didn't manage to get in to see Life on Mars Revisited at The Creators Project today and you're still kicking around New York with nothing to do, you could do worse than pop along to Joe's Pub to see the chap above in action.

    Yes, it's the brilliant Taylor Mac who has been wooing audiences around the globe with his excellent Comparison Is Violence or The Ziggy Stardust Meets Tiny Tim Songbook.

    Taylor has a new show and it's over to him for details of it...

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If you live in New York, are visiting, or knows someone who does: I'm doing a series of concerts at Joe's Pub (my first time performing in the city since last February as I've been on a long long tour).

    Essentially I'm getting a 24-hour concert of the history of popular music ready so am breaking the decades up.

    First up the 1970's on October 16th. At Joe's Pub, New York, NY at 7pm.

    Come join me, Matt Ray (on keys), Gary Wang (on bass), Yair Evnine (on cello Rock Lobster and guitar), Jon Natchez (on just about everything), David Berger (on drums), Davina Cohen singing backup, and the fabulous Machine designing my shame.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Considering how well-rehearsed his Bowie setlist is after touring Comparison Is Violence, (05.31.2010 NEWS: TAYLOR MAC'S ZIGGY/TINY TIM SHOW HITS LONDON & 06.11.2010 NEWS: DUMDUMBOY REVIEWS TAYLOR MAC AND MICHAEL CLARK) I can't imagine he won't take this opportunity to perform one or two DB songs for this 70s section of tonight's musical history lesson.

    If you do get along, please let us know exactly what he did do...one thing's for sure, on past form, it will be hugely entertaining.

    Total Blam Blam - (BowieNet News Editor)