Jared Dylan To Play Homecoming Show In NYC To Celebrate Launch Of Single “Can’t Stop”
NEW YORK, NY – June 11, 2018 – New Jersey singer/songwriter and pop music artist JARED DYLAN is returning home from Ireland to celebrate the launch of his new single “Can’t Stop” at The Cutting Room in NYC on Wednesday, July 18th.
Jared Dylan has returned from Ireland where he has been working with Irish musicians and producers, writing new music, touring, and garnering critical acclaim and radio airplay. To celebrate his return and his brand new single, Jared will be performing to a hometown crowd at The Cutting Room before heading back to Ireland once again.
This performance celebrates the launch of Jared’s single “Can’t Stop,” along with two remixes. The first remix is by 2-time Grammy-nominated producer and global DJ CARMEN RIZZO who gives the single that signature Ibiza dance-until-dawn sound. The second remix is by Irish DJ JOHN GIBBONS, who has rapidly established himself as one of the leading faces in the dance music world. At The Cutting Room, Jared will be performing songs from his forthcoming concept album, Consequence, to be released in the fall of 2018.
A copy of Consequence will be included with each Cutting Room ticket purchase. PURCHASE CUTTING ROOM TICKETS HERE.
Notable artists who contributed to Consequence include Neville Staple (the Specials, Special Beat, Fun Boy Three) and Kemo the Blaxican (platinum-selling hip hop artist from East LA) who are both featured on the track “Party Goes All Night,” as well as Cork native Kilian Pettit of Echogram who joins Jared on guitar for the track “Double Time.”
An animated short will be released with these songs making up the soundtrack. Some of the artists contributing voices to the animated characters include Jimmy Jean Louis (of the TNT hit show Claws), Arlene Tur (from the film Eat, Pray, Love and FX Network show Crash), Rami Jaffee of Foo Fighters, as well as producer Ran Pink.
Look for Consequence, along with the animated short and a full Irish tour in September/November 2018.
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