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Dweezil Keeps Zappa Halloween Tradition
From 1977 until he retired from touring, the late Frank Zappa's annual Halloween shows at New York City's now-gone Palladium--it's a college dorm now; thanks, NYU--were one of the best parts of Gotham's concert schedule.Frank's son, guitarist Dweezil Zappa, has revived the tradition and for the third year in a row will bring his live tribute to the music of his father to New York City. This one's a special one, as Dweezil and the band will perform Zappa Plays Zappa: You Can't Fit On Stage Anymore, at the Blender Theatre, on October 30th and 31st. More info here.