Tribute concert to the great Bob Dylan
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Ken Anderson and Rebecca Hall of Hungrytown. Hungrytown is one of the bands playing at the Bob Dylan Tribute Show on August 27.
Ken Anderson and Rebecca Hall of Hungrytown. Hungrytown is one of the bands playing at the Bob Dylan Tribute Show on August 27.
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JAMAICA- On Sunday, August 27, don’t miss a very special event at the renovated Jamaica Town Hall, as five well-established bands with ties to the area play the songs of Poet Laureate Bob Dylan, each in their own unique way.

The early evening concerts bring together the talents of Gene Morrison and the Kelly Stand Band, The Andy Avery Band, Howard’s End, Hungrytown, and Luminous Crush.

A living legend, Dylan’s recording career spans more than 50 years; however, he is best known for his role in the 1960s as “the voice of a generation” with songs such as “Blowing in the Wind,” “The Times They are a Changin’,” and “Like a Rolling Stone.” In 2016 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.

While each band is accustomed to playing their own originals and songs of other inspirations, this night belongs to Dylan.

Doors open at 5:30 pm. The show starts at 6 pm and will carry on until about 8 pm. This is BYOB. Tickets are $10 at the door. The Jamaica Town Hall is at 3735 Route 30.
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