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Live Concerts, Performance Nights

Sydney Artists Interpret the Words of Dylan

Tangled Up in Dylan

Following on from a string of sold out Rolling Stones “Beggars Banquet” concerts in February, CC Entertainment proudly present the annual TANGLED UP IN DYLAN…reinterpreting the words and music of Bob Dylan in a series of concerts to be held from Dee Why to Canterbury culminating at The Basement on Friday 30 May.

Dylan’s birthday will be celebrated internationally on Saturday May 24th and with the success of his 2007 Modern Times album and the I’m Not There movie proving he is as relevant now as the 60’s, CC Entertainment have assembled an amazing line-up of singers, including Karl Broadie, Steve Balbi (Noiseworks/Move Trees), Ngaiire (ex Blue King Brown), Zkye, Brett Hunt, Danny Marx (Zumanity) and Sam Joole, to reinterpret the words and music of the master songwriter and lyrical poet throughout May.

As with all CCE shows an exceptional band featuring Dave Hibbard, Joseph Calderazzo, Dario Bortolin, Daniel Pliner, James Roach and Sonia Leeson will allow you to immerse yourself in the words and music of the legendary Bob Dylan. Visit http://www.ccent.com.au for more information.

Performances dates:

Saturday 10 May: Dee Why RSL Tickets: $25
Bookings: 02 9454 4000

Friday 16 May: Burwood RSL Tickets: $25
Bookings: 02 9744 7444

Saturday 17 May: Laycock Theatre (Gosford) Tickets: $32/$28
Bookings: 02 43 233 233

Saturday 24 May: Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Tickets: $25
Bookings: 02 9559 0000

Friday 30 May The Basement Show only $32/$25 | Dinner & Show $76.80/$72.80
Show only Bookings http://www.moshtix.com.au or http://www.thebasement.com.au
Dinner/Show Call: Basement Box Office 9251 2797

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About Jomar Reyes

Jomar Lectures in Creative Industries as well as Digital Media in Marketing at the Danish Institute of Studies Abroad. He also runs the Strategic Media Company, a corporate consultancy agency based in Copenhagen.

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