Dylan Zangwill + Noah Gibney
Stolen Sun Brewing Company and Rivet proudly presents…
An evening celebrating the present and FUTURE of music with two very different incredibly talented musicians: Dylan Zangwill and Noah Gibney!
Dylan Zangwill and Noah Gibney will be performing live at Rivet: Canteen & Assembly on Friday, December 17th. Doors at 7:30 PM. Show at 8:00 PM. Show is over by 10:30 PM.
About The Artists
Dylan is a 14 year old rock n’ roller.. Singer, Pianist, Hammond organ player, Guitarist, and a Songwriter that just released his first single entitled “Open”.
His musical inspirations include Queen, David Bowie, Greta Van Fleet, The Beatles, Jimmy Smith, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd.
Dylan’s musical adventure started at a young age; he was singing as soon as he could speak! As a child, Dylan was drawn to anything musical. Noting his natural inclination, his parents introduced him to the piano at the age of four. Soon after, he heard The Beatles and he was hooked! Within a short period of time, he knew every Beatle song ever written and began learning them on piano. A few years later he fell in love with guitar and became obsessed. In September of 2020, Dylan found a “Hammond B-3” for sale and added a Leslie Speaker. Dylan fell in love with the instrument and began studying jazz and blues techniques, improv and soloing.
Throughout this time, Dylan also worked to strengthen his vocal skills and range, and developed his original soulful “rock n’ roll voice.”
In the past year, 14 year old Noah, wrote, recorded and released a CD co-written by Noah and G. LOVE!! Oh, and he was invited to meet President Biden at the White House. How was your year?
Event Details & Tickets
- Doors: 7:30 PM / Show: 8:30 PM / Show is over by 10:30 PM.
- Tickets: $5 in advance / $8 at the door.
- All ages permitted with a parent/guardian or accompanying responsible person over 21.
Advanced ticket holders may make table/seating reservations by filling out the form on our website or giving us a call at (484) 949-8374. Table space is limited. Make sure you have your ticket purchase order number when calling for reservations. All unreserved seating is on a first come, first served on the evenings of the shows.