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Monday, November 13th, 2017
8:00 PM
Garland Jeffreys and his US band The Coney Island Playboys are coming over in support of the new album 14 Steps To Harlem, getting rave reviews!

“14 Steps To Harlem” is a harmonious mosaic of all the influences that have shaped the man from Brooklyn over the course of his long and checkered career — dpa

“14 Steps To Harlem” is a musically diverse tribute to his home New York — Hamburger Abendblatt

To review a new album by Garland Jeffreys, especially one as good and original as “14 Steps To Harlem,” in any detailed manner is almost sacrilegious: the flow of Garland's music - catchy, organic, yet raw at times - operates too much in the emotional realm to be analyzed — Soultrain

A worthy and variant follow-up to his 2012 album “The King of In Between,” mixing rock, blues and reggae in a tasty manner — Westfälische Rundschaue

More proof that he deserves musical comparisons that fall somewhere between Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen and Graham Parker — Pop Matters

One of rock's most compelling voices — American Songwriter

Shows the now 73-year old songwriter still reveling in the kind of wide-ranging songwriting that has today become a lost art — Stereophile

Timeless — USA Today