Ryan Humbert’s Dylan Tribute to Make Cleveland Debut at Music Box Supper Club

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One of the more talented singer-songwriters in town, Ryan Humbert has paid tribute to singer Roy Orbison and country icon Hank Williams with elaborate stage shows. He’s also done the same for Bob Dylan with Tangled Up In Dylan: The Music of Bob Dylan, a tribute show that features many of the singer’s most famous songs. He brings the show to Cleveland for the first time for a performance at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7, at Music Box Supper Club.


The show features Humbert and band mates Erin Vaughn, Emily Bates, Ben Evans, Matthew Middleton, Dan Nauss and Mary Kettering; it will include hits like "All Along The Watchtower," "Blowin' In the Wind," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," “Mr. Tambourine Man,” “Hurricane” and "Like a Rolling Stone." For hardcore Dylan fans, the concert will also include deep cuts like "Abandoned Love," "Mama, You Been On My Mind" and "Most of The Time."

“The show has been really successful for us,” says Humbert. “We’ll do 33 Dylan tunes. In the middle of the show, we’ll do a six-song mini-set of songs from Blood on the Tracks. We have altered the set list and there are a handful of new tunes. We’re also filming it for a DVD.” There will also be giveaways and a trivia segment. Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 day of show. 


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