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THE REAL TUESDAY WELD - Highline Ballroom
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Date: 10/04/12
Ages: All
Address: 431 W 16th St - (212) 414-5994

Description: Originally inspired by a dream of British 1930s crooner Al Bowlly and the American actress Tuesday Weld, Stephen Coates and his band of dreamers began to try to re-create the music he heard in his childhood home ? 'the crackling of radios playing swing and early jazz in a distant room.' 2011?s "Songs for the Last Werewolf" is another soundtrack to a book ? Glen Duncan's 'The Last Werewolf" mixing gypsy jazz, electronica, cut and paste sampling, spoken word and a host guest appearances in another critically acclaimed idiosyncratic melange.

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