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DEAN'S recent SELLOUT show ‘ACOUSTIC HARVEST - A Tribute To NEIL YOUNG’ was ecstatically well received: “I love the Harvest album and Dean did it perfect justice,” said the local press.

Preparations for the performance inspired Dean to record his first studio album for a decade, affectionately entitled ‘HARVEST MOONSHINE’, made up of new songs influenced by Neil Young and the golden age of the original singer/songwriter boom.

You can pre-order the album here at the website. Each purchaser will receive a free DVD of highlights from the ‘Acoustic Harvest’ concert.



A year after officially changing his name to Bob Dylan in 1962, the future voice of a generation was still virtually unknown outside Greenwich Village.

 During the coldest winter for a hundred years (“I didn't feel so cold then,” Dylan remarked at the time), surviving on small change on what was known as the ‘basket’ circuit, Dylan secured a residency at Manhattan's Gaslight Café.

Bob was able to record a number of performances during that time on a reel-to-reel tape recorder patched into the house PA system. These recordings became known as the ‘Gaslight Tapes’, and were widely bootlegged during the late 60's and 70's to cash in on Dylan’s global fame.  

For one night only, The West Kirby Arts Centre (scene of the recent seminal Acoustic Harvest tribute) will recreate the atmosphere of Bob's coffee-house days. Dean will perform Dylan's repertoire as featured on the legendary tapes. A second set will feature many of Bob's classics.

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