Mutlu

Carl Landry Record Club podcast with co-host Spike Eskin

Saturday, November 19, 2022
Doors: 6pm | Show: 8:30pm

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Mutlu’s show will include a special live recording of the Carl Landry Record Club podcast with co-host Spike Eskin. It will feature a selection of covers and conversation around some of the artists featured on the podcast.

Spike Eskin is a host of the Rights To Ricky Sanchez and Carl Landry Record Club podcasts. He got his job because of his father, Howard Eskin.

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A Philadelphia musician who proudly carries a torch for the city’s soul legacy, Mutlu makes a connection with every audience.

Coming up in the Philly scene, he played around town and in area clubs before landing his first tour opening for Joe Jackson. Since then he’s toured across the U.S. and Europe with his musical brother, Amos Lee, who discovered Mutlu’s music just as both of their careers were taking off. In addition he’s found an advocate with Daryl Hall & John Oates, who invited Mutlu to support a national theater tour.

Mutlu (pronounced moot’-lu) is a first-generation American whose parents moved from Turkey to the United States in the 1970s. He discovered the strength of his voice in high school while singing in a Broadway revue. He liked being on stage but didn’t anticipate pursuing it as a career. However, while earning a marketing degree from Drexel University, he spent innumerable hours practicing guitar, writing songs, and playing open mic nights. Now roughly fifteen years into a career as a professional musician, he believes that his Turkish heritage informs his perspective as an artist.