Celebrate Bob Dylan’s 77th birthday with Matt Borrello, Art Tebbetts, and Danielle Miraglia on Friday, May 11, at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The annual Birthday Bash celebrates the many voices of Bob Dylan, one of the most influential songwriters and performers of the past five decades. The evening will feature songs ranging from Dylan's early folk anthems, to his surreal electric blues, to his postmodern poetry in all its varied musical incarnations. The show begins with an "in-the-round" acoustic set with Borrello, Tebbetts, and Miraglia, three guitar-slinging road warriors who play almost as many gigs per year as Bob himself. The three share a special friendship that is steeped in a deep love for Dylan songs, and it comes through on stage. Dylan goes electric for most of the rest of the evening, the singers backed by a band featuring New Bedford area musicians Barry Gross and Bill Clement on bass and drums. Fresh from gigging in Nashville, Brian Strange adds guitar and keyboards. Art Tebbetts has made a life playing music of all kinds for all kinds of people, earning him the title of the Troubadour of New Bedford. Tebbetts hosts an Open Mic there, which is where he and Borrello first got together share their large repertoire of Dylan songs. Matt Borrello plays guitar, piano, and harmonica, and always likes to perform a few of Dylan's lesser known songs. A singer-songwriter from Dighton, MA, he performs often throughout New England, usually playing his own songs interspersed with those by Dylan and other early rock and folk icons. Matt has released two albums, most recently "A Dollar & A Kiss" in 2015. Danielle Miraglia grew up in Revere, but is steeped in the Delta Blues. She writes and record with her funky blues-rock quintet, the Glory Junkies, who released their album, "All My Heroes are Ghosts," in 2017. She has been described as a dynamic and captivating musician, who “comes armed with a strong steady thumb on an old Gibson” and “sings with gutsy passion, blows a mean harp, and writes songs both tender and timely.” Miraglia has shared the stage with Johnny Winter, Bettye Lavette, John Hammond Jr., Joan Osborne, John Mayall, Sonny Landreth, John Oates, Colin Hay, Robert Cray, Rodney Crowell and many more and is a frequent guest of The James Montgomery Blues Band. Tickets are $32, $27 for members, with a $2 discount for seniors and veterans. Premium tables with wine are available. It is recommended that tickets be purchased early as this event usually sells out. Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Route 28 in Cotuit. For more information, visit artsonthecape.org or call 508-428-0669.