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Tapestry Rewoven at Metropolitan Room July 17th 7pm
(Published: June 13, 2013)

Laurie Krauz & The Daryl Kojak Octet return to the Metropolitan Room July 17th at 7pm with their award winning show, "Tapestry Rewoven."

Laurie Krauz & The Daryl Kojak Octet
@ The Metropolitan Room
(featuring Sean Conly, bass; Gene Lewin, drums;
Michael Blake, tenor sax; Jamie Fox guitar; and backup vocals by
Emily Bindiger, Margaret Dorn and Kathryn Raio)

Wednesday, July 17th @ 7pm
34 W. 22nd St., (betw. 5th & 6th)
$20 Cover, 2-Drink Minimum
Reservations Recommended: 212-206-0440

"Tapestry Rewoven" is a thrilling jazz, blues and R&B-infused re-imagining of the Carole King classic, "Tapestry." Heralded as "brilliant," "genius" and "a hurricane of entertainment," the tribute show presents novel interpretations of the iconic original in its entirety and has been touted for being fresh, new and musically inventive - while still being reverent to the brilliance of the original. Experience Tapestry Rewoven and Feel the Earth Move!

More Information: http://www.tapestryrewoven.com

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