Adam Green , The Strokes' Nikolai Fraiture for Dylan tribute

New Yorkers join forces next Friday (May 23)

Adam Green , The Strokes' Nikolai Fraiture for Dylan tribute
Adam Green and The Strokes’ bassist Nikolai Fraiture are among a string of New York musicians scheduled to perform at an annual Bob Dylan tribute next week (May 23).

Marc Philippe Eskenazi, Matt Romano and Josh Lattanzi of Albert Hammond Jr’s band, The Pierces, Russell Simins of Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Tracey Bonham and The Hymns are also on the bill for the event, which will take place at Rehab in the East Village and celebrates the 67th birthday of Dylan.

Meanwhile, Adam Green is gearing up for a short North American tour, kicking off Tuesday (May 20) in San Francisco.

The former Moldy Peaches singer is currently supporting the release of his album ‘Sixes & Sevens’, and played his biggest-yet headlining hometown show at New York’s Town Hall last Saturday (May 10).

He will play:

San Francisco, CA Rick Shaw Stop (May 20)
Los Angeles, CA Troubadour (21)
Washington DC Black Cat (June 3)
Philadelphia, PA First Church (4)
Boston, MA Great Scott (5)
Montreal, Quebec Tulipe (6)
Toronto, Ontario Horse Shoe Tavern (7)
Detroit, MI Magic Stick (9)
Chicago, IL Lake Shore Theatre (10)

--By our New York staff.
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