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Barb Jungr Sings Bob Dylan At The Flea September 24 - October 12, 2002

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(The Times) as she makes her New York debut in this strictly limited season. Barb Jungr presents songs from her hugely successful new CD Every Grain Of Sand - Barb Jungr sings Bob Dylan.

“Britain's finest interpreter of grown-up cabaret" --The Times

“Jungr approaches the Dylan songbook with a rare degree of intelligence, relishing each line in the manner of a true chansonnier. The kind of voice many more should get around to hearing." --Fred Dellar, MOJO

“Jungr is at once glamourous and crazed...an outstanding cabarettist" --The Daily Telegraph

The new CD Every Grain Of Sand - a celebration of the work of the wonderful songwriter Bob Dylan -is released on September 3rd in the US (Lin 187 - The Allegro Corporation)- available from www.linnrecords.co.uk and www.amazon.co.uk and record shops.

In the UK Barb Jungr needs little introduction. Possessing a voice touched by heaven, witty and glamorous, she has been described by London

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