Miracle Arm

Gary has a miracle arm; believe it or not, despite quite a serious injury, he is back playing guitar again. We are relieved! And as he notes, “I played my arrangement of George Gershwin’s “Our Love is Here to Stay” at a memorial service in Riverside California on Monday for my father Murray Lucas, who died at age 86 on Passover. My dad suggested I start playing guitar at the age of 9…and I am so glad he did.”  Our condolences to Gary and his family.

But, ever onward, the “legendary left-field guitarist” continues to perform:

SATURDAY MAY 16th

8:45pm

GARY LUCAS HEADLINES THE JAZZ CAFE LONDON SOLO

with his special guests
The Dark Poets
sitting-in

Tickets are also available by phone at
44 08700 603 777
restaurant tickets can be purchased at 
44 207 688 8899 

New album “Gary Lucas Vs. The Dark Poets–Beyond the Pale”
out now on Some Bizzare Records
http://www.myspace.com/garylucasvsthedarkpoetsalbum
 

 

Upcoming Appearances
Sunday May 10th
11am–5:45pm
The Jewish Museum, 92nd St. and 5th Ave. NYC–Gary Lucas’ original solo guitar score is featured in the premiere screening of
Emmy award-winning filmmaker Slawomir Grunberg’s new documentary
 “Paint What You Remember”,
a film about the 92 year old Polish painter Mayer July
http://garylucas.com/www/dates/Mayer_pr.html
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