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Neil Innes & The Fake Rutles

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March 15, 2018

So after my recent Korean meal, I decided to take a walk to work off the food I just had. So I walked a few blocks and headed towards my favorite New York music club, The Cutting Room. Neil Innes, who is a comedian, musician and writer, help create this group The Rutles which parodied The Beatles. If you haven’t seen this movie, go see it! Very funny. I think we even see a Beatle make a cameo appearance in this movie. He was performing when I arrived at the club. Nice to hear those songs performed live. I saw many of my friends there…Maria Milito and Ken Dashow, radio DJs from Q104.3 Classic Rock station in New York. Ken does a show each week called Breakfast With The Beatles. I’ve done a few of these shows in the early morning hours. Hearing some music was a fun way to end the evening.

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