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Gary Lucas Plays Solo, With Special Guest Lute Master Jozef Van Wissem Saturday March 18th, Bowery Poetry Club, 10pm

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GARY LUCAS PLAYS SOLO, WITH SPECIAL GUEST LUTE MASTER JOZEF VAN WISSEM

SATURDAY MARCH 18TH, BOWERY POETRY CLUB, 10pm

308 Bowery (corner of Bleecker), NYC $15

“Stunning ... exquisite interplay...full of energy and colour"-- review of Lucas and Van Wissem's album “The Universe of Absence" from The Wire

Check out new Gary Lucas online interview and performance at http://www.culturecatch.com, plus new mp3s and video clips at http://www.garylucas.com

Upcoming Appearances:

Thursday, March 16th
11 pm
Gary Lucas and Jozef Van Wissem play live on John Schaefer's “New Sounds", WNYC FM, 94.3 FM, http://www.wnyc.org/shows/newsounds

Saturday, Mar. 25th
James River Film Festival, The Canal Club, Richmond, Virginia - Gary plays “Sounds of the Surreal", accompanying silent surrealist film classics by Fernand Leger, Rene Clair and Ladislaw Starewicz with his original solo guitar music; Gary will also jam with Hotel X after the performance

Saturday, Apr. 1st
4 and 8 pm The Flynn Theater, 147 Main Street, Burlington, Vermont - Gary plays “The Golem"

Friday, Apr. 7th
10 pm
Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery NYC--Gary Lucas & Gods and Monsters, with Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads) keyboards and guitar, Ernie Brooks (Modern Lovers) bass, Billy Ficca (Television) drums, and Jason Candler (Hungry March Band) alto sax

Friday, Apr.14th Golden Mask Festival, Theatre Center, Strastnoy Blvd, Moscow, Russia - Gary Lucas & Gods and Monsters, with Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads) keyboards and guitar, Ernie Brooks (Modern Lovers) bass, Billy Ficca (Television) drums, and Jason Candler (Hungry March Band) alto sax













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