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A highly entertaining deep dive into the world of Jay Bolotin

Trailblazer Magazine interview covers Jay's artistic process, film work, and new stories from his musical past...including words of wisdom from Merle AND Porter


In Anticipation Of Black Friday...

Fred Neil biographer Peter Lee Neff has generously gifted us with an exclusive excerpt from the essential tome pictured above.  This is the chapter that sets the stage and details the recordings that make up 38 MacDougal:

Excerpt from THAT’S THE BAG I’M IN: The Life, Music and Mystery of FRED NEIL      

 By Peter Lee Neff                                              


(POSTPONED) World premiere of Jay Bolotin's otherworldly, multimedia extravaganza: "The Darktown Sermons"

(This event will be rescheduled once we are no longer living in covidity)

Save the date(s) for the concert event of the season (though much more than a "concert")

Jay Bolotin

The Darktown Sermons

April 24 & 25, The Carnegie Theatre 1028 Scott Street, Covington, KY


An evening of song and moving pictures - Bolotin shares the stage with an animated Preacher recently descended from a disturbing, revelatory visit to heaven (voice of Will Oldham, aka,…


"Taking The Slow Train Home" (Tour 2019-20)

Jay Bolotin will perform in Chicago for the first time in 40 + years(!), on July 19 at Hideout Inn's "Picnics On The Porch" series.   The Hideout is located at 1354 W Wabansia Ave Chicago, Illinois 60642  While Jay traveled to gigs by train quite often back in the day, he tends to drive his car EVERYWHERE these days.   He'll drive from Kentucky to San Francisco or Seattle for a meeting or two, and will take off for the East Coast at the drop of a hat.  Anyhow, here's a

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