The Only Living Boy in New York: the songs of Paul Simon

Sat 27 Jul
Show 20:00Doors 19:30
£14.50 - £19.50

Gary Stewart is a singer/songwriter from Perthshire, who cut his teeth performing on the Leeds music scene for 15 years, before moving to York where he currently resides. Stewart writes songs in the Folk/Pop vein, influenced by the Folk Artists of the '60's and '70's. Gary cites Simon as his chief musical influence and grew up learning and performing the extensive canon of songs from this legendary New York singer/songwriter. Expect to hear classic tunes like 'The Boxer', 'Mrs, Robinson', 'Me & Julio down By The Schoolyard', 'Kodachrome', 'Graceland' and more.

Venue Info 
Barbican Theatre
Castle Street
The Barbican
Situated behind the Mayflower Visitor Centre just off the main Barbican road (opposite the 'Prawn' and Mayflower Steps)
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Saturday 27th Jul 2024