Bardavon Presents streaming series – “Albums Revisited”
Bob Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited
55th ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE
Sunday August 30 at 8pm – Bardavon Presents @You Tube
(Poughkeepsie, NY) On Sunday August 30th at 8pm Bardavon Presents @You Tube, our free online series “Albums Revisited” with a 55th anniversary celebration of the release of Bob Dylan’s legendary HIGHWAY 61 REVISTED; curated by Bardavon Production Manager Stephen LaMarca with commentary by Bardavon Executive Director Chris Silva.
We are not sure when audiences will be able to gather together again at the Bardavon or UPAC, but we’ve come up with a way for musicians to keep in touch with their audiences.
Featuring original performances of these Dylan classics created especially for the Bardavon:
Like a Rolling StoneJack DeJohnette & John Medeski
Tombstone Blues- The Weight Band
It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry- Darwin Effect w/Jimmy Vivino, Rich Pagano, John Sebastian
From a Buick 6-Guy Davis
Ballad of a Thin Man- Steve Earle
Queen Jane Approximately-Lucinda Williams
Highway 61 Revisited–Kate Pierson w/ The Restless Age
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues-Happy Traum, Larry Campbell & Cindy Cashdollar
Desolation Row-Simone Felice
Bonus track: Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window – Laura Stevenson
SUBSCRIBE HERE – (Bardavon Presents @ You Tube) – It’s FREE.
Until we can see you again at the Bardavon, see you on YouTube!
A portion of all donations from this streaming series will benefit People’s Place in Kingston & Dutchess Outreach in Poughkeepsie.
The following Bardavon Presents @You Tube streaming events are planned:
Saturday September- 26th - HVP Virtual Concert Hall #2 - 8PM
Friday October 16th- “Staff Picks” live DJ set with Michael - 8PM
Sunday November 1st- Grateful Dead’s American Beauty- 50th anniversary release date w/ very special guest artists- 8PM
The Bardavon & UPAC box offices will be closed to in-person sales but will continue to sell tickets and answer questions via email at email@example.com. As the status of individual events is updated on this web page, we will continue notifying ticketholders about postponements or cancellations. We appreciate your patience and will continue to communicate our plans over the coming weeks. Thank you for your understanding and continuing to support us during this crisis.