“GET BACK NYC” Benefit for Teen Cancer America Comes to Cutting Room December 6

Given the massive interest in The Beatles’ forthcoming Get Back film, an army of notable downtown artists are heading uptown to the Cutting Room for GET BACK NYC, a local remake/remodel of tunes from the Fab’s classic 1970 swan song Let It Be – all to benefit Teen Cancer America’s Play It Back Music Program, a charity founded by The Who’s Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend.

Produced and presented by David C. Gross and Tom Semioli, the hosts of the radio show/podcast NOTES FROM AN ARTIST, the reinventions are designed to showcase the many musical genres that New York City is renowned for – rock, jazz, experimental, funk, punk, folktronica and urban country.  In keeping with the format

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