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"Lucky Day Sunset" featuring Steve Jones

NYC-based songwriter and music journalist Jeff Slate appeared on KLOS 95.5's Jonesy's Jukebox, hosted by former-Sex Pistol Steve Jones, on May 7, 2018. The pair closed out the show by playing Jeff's song "Lucky Day Sunset," from his 2012 album Birds Of Paradox."

Hear the full show here:

Jeff on Jonesy's Jukebox!

Jeff will join former-Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones on his Los Angeles-based, award-winning radio show Jonesy's Jukebox on Monday, May 7 at 1:15 PM PST. You can hear it on radio station KLOS, where you'll also be able to stream it afterwards.

Brooklyn Talks: Tony Visconti with Jeff Slate

Jeff's conversation with longtime David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, which talk place at the Brooklyn Museum on Thursday, April 5, 2018, as part of the David Bowie Is exhibition is now online.

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Jeff Slate, Roy Orbison Jr. and Alex Orbison Team Up For Traveling Wilburys Celebration

Jeff Slate's band of New York City all-star players was joined by Roy's Boys -- Roy Orbison's sons Roy Jr. and Alex -- this Saturday at New Jersey's Fest For Beatles Fans for a rousing tribute to the Traveling Wilburys, in honor of the supergroup's 30th anniversary this year. The set included the Wilburys and solo classics Handle With Care, My Baby, This Is Love, I Won't Back Down, Rattled, Tweeter and the Monkey Man, Last Night, End of the Line, You Got It and Oh, Pretty Woman.

Jeff also joined The Rutles' Neil Innes on his evening set, and capped things off with performances of Day Tripper and Ooby Dooby with Roy's Boys.

A signed copy of The Authorized Roy Orbison, the book Jeff co-authored with Roy Jr., Wesley and Alex Orbison about their late-father, and a singed setlist from their performance were auctioned by the Coalition To Stop Gun Violence, a charity started by the late singer Harry Nilsson in honor of his friend, John Lennon.

Jeff Joins David Bowie Band Alums at Celebrating David Bowie Tour's NYC Stop

Jeff Slate joined Earl Slick, Mike Garson, Mark Plati, Gerry Leonard and Carmine Rojas -- all alums of David Bowie's touring and recording bands -- for the New York City stop of their current Celebrating David Bowie concert tour at Iriving Plaza last night.

Jeff sang background vocals on the seminal Bowie songs "Young Americans," "Stay," "Ziggy Stardust," "Suffragette City," "All The Young Dudes" and the epic finale, "Heroes."

The 2 1/2 hour show was a mesmerizing celebration of David Bowie's storied catalog, and was a testament to both his band's prowess as players, even without their fallen leader, and the timeless nature of Bowie's songs.

For tickets to future stops on the tour, which runs through March 19, visit

Watch for videos from the event, coming soon!

Photo via @twitter @goldnyc.


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