Take four of Britain’s most talented folk-rock musicians and a unique singer, add the repertoire of a genius, and you’ve got the recipe for a dream band.

The musicians in question are PJ Wright, Gerry Conway, Phil Bond and Dave Pegg, and the singer is Steve Gibbons.

As The Dylan Project, they present an exhilarating tribute to the work of arguably the greatest postwar songwriter in the English language.

The Dylan Project’s repertoire spans the whole of Dylan’s oeuvre, from Highway 61 to Mississippi.

On this visit to The Met the band celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Dylan’s enigmatic Basement Tapes, largely held to be one of the origins of the Americana genre.

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Last session: Mon 11 Dec 2017 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall

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