The Bowery Boys Live at Joe’s Pub: Ghost Stories of New York
The Bowery Boys (aka Greg Young and Tom Meyers) return to Joe’s Pub this Halloween weekend to share some of their favorite NYC-centric ghost stories. The Bowery Boys podcast has been delivering fun and fact-filled bits of New York City history to listeners since 2007. I’m hoping to catch the show live this year for the first time! But if it’s not in the cards for you to see the show live, have no fear (or at least no fear about missing out, save your fear from the ghosts!) – you can listen to all their past Halloween content live here.
They’re heeeeeeere! Tom and Greg return to Joe’s Pub with their fourth annual Halloween ghost story live show, conjuring the spooky folklore and mysterious urban legends that have famously kept New Yorkers awake at night – from haunted mansions to possessed parks. Following a sold-out run in 2018, 2019, and 2021, they will again retell some of the greatest of these haunted tales with live musical accompaniment by Andrew Austin and a special guest on vocals.
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