'A Tribute to Dylan' featuring Dudley Tyrrell & guests

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The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Tonight’s show is a tribute to Bob Dylan and features Dudley Tyrrell who is one of the best interpreters of Dylan, as well as being a song writer himself. Dudley Tyrrell took on the music world in 2005 when he wrote and recorded his first album, Ferry Road. Among Dudley’s close friend’s at the time were Art Wood and his brother Ronnie Wood (Rolling Stones). Art Wood joined him on the album, as did other legendary music friends, included Keith Grant & Don Craine of the Downliners Sect, and rock vocalist Pete French of Atomic Rooster / Leaf Hound. Other musicians who joined Dudley on the album had previously played with the likes of Blues Incorporated and Rod Stewart. Another important influence to the album was media composer and record producer Rick Cassman, who had himself been formerly signed to the Pete Townsend (The Who) record label, Eel Pie Records.

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Book tickets for 'A Tribute to Dylan' featuring Dudley Tyrrell & guests

Dudley’s music is influenced by American folk and has often been compared to Bob Dylan in style and sound.
Tonight in the intimacy of the Pheasantry cabaret room join Dudley Tyrrell and his special guests.

This will be an evening to remember.