Ticket giveaway: Chip Taylor

“Wild Thing….you make my heart sing…”

“Just call me angel of the morning, angel…”

Two classic songs, one great songwriter. But Chip Taylor’s much more than a two-hit wonder, having had several successful singles in the ’70s as a performer, and gaining even more fans when he re-launched his career in the ’90s. His latest album, “Yonkers, NY,” brings further perspective to the life of the now-66-year-old artist. Taylor will bring out songs from this release and others when he performs at the Old Town School of Folk Music on Saturday with Kendel Carson and John Platania (Van Morrison’s guitarist).

Centerstage wants to put you there, which is why it’s giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky Facebook fan. Find out how you can win here.

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