On the Road by Chris Jordan If the Danny Clinch Transparent Gallery has become the heartbeat of the Asbury Park music scene, certainly Rachel Ana Dobken has her finger on the pulse. Dobken is the music director of the gallery, and as such she’s helps local acts from all over town onto the Transparent stage. The multi-instrumentalist also usually winds up playing with the music stars who have found themselves in the gallery, including Robert Randolph, Vini Lopez, Nicole Atkins, G. Love and Christopher Thorn from Blind Melon. “It’s definitely made me a better musician and a better band leader,” Dobken said. Dobken, who’s just released a new album called “When It Happens to You,” will be performing in the two-year anniversary of the Transparent Gallery in a show called the High Anxiety Blues Jam at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24. The Cranston Dean Band and Danny Clinch and Friends are also on the bill. The Gallery features the works of Clinch, the famed photographer of Bruce Springsteen, Tupac Shakur, Pearl Jam and more. More: Danny Clinch: When Bruce Springsteen played with my band Dobken’s time at the gallery has informed her work. “Some of the musicians I’ve met have influenced me… Read full this story
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