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  • Category: News

    Watch Jim James Debut “The Times They Are A-Changing” Cover In Louisville [Videos]

    The beloved soul star Jim James continued his Eternally Even tour in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday night for a hometown show at the Palace Theatre. The My Morning Jacket frontman, backed by Twin Limb & co, performed a thirteen song set of originals and a seven song encore that was full of socially conscious references and subliminal messages. […]

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  • Category: Features

    Watch Greensky’s Paul Hoffman Lead “Forever Young” At Last Waltz Tribute Show In Colorado

    Every November for the last 12 years, an array of musicians from Colorado have come together to celebrate The Band’s famed final concert, The Last Waltz. Dubbed “The Last Waltz Revisited,” the show serves not only as a star-studded tribute, but also as an important benefit for the Denver Rescue Mission. With the 40th anniversary […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood Brings Bob Dylan, J.J. Cale & More Great Tunes To Atlanta [Gallery]

    The Chris Robinson Brotherhood took over the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA last Saturday, November 12th, bringing their soul-drenched rock and roll sound to the esteemed Southeastern venue. The band just released a new EP called If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home By Now, following up their full-length 2016 release, Any Way You […]

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  • Category: News

    Listen To Tracks From Bob Dylan’s New Box Set Of Live Recordings From 1966

    Recent Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan is releasing a box set of live recordings from next Friday, and now you can listen to several tracks from the collection. The album, called “Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings”, were recorded a mere one year after Dylan “went electric”, and showcase the singer/songwriter and his compatriots in The Hawks […]

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  • Category: News

    Bob Dylan Finally Acknowledges That He Won A Nobel Prize

    How does it feel? For weeks, no one knew the answer to that infamous “Like A Rolling Stone” question, as Bob Dylan did not publicly recognize the fact that he was chosen to receive the Nobel Prize In Literature back on October 13th. Though he played at Desert Trip the following weekend and even strummed a guitar onstage for the first time […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    A Trip In The Desert: My Experience At The Inaugural Desert Trip Festival

    It’s been a week since I returned from the second weekend of Desert Trip, and I’m still not sure if what I witnessed was the real deal or just another sand-swept mirage. Did Goldenvoice really gather six of the most legendary musical acts on Earth—Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Paul McCartney, The Who […]

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  • Category: News

    Phil Lesh Hosts “Dylan & The Dead” Tribute Performance At Terrapin Crossroads

    Just a few weeks ago, Phil Lesh announced a very special tribute performance at his venue, Terrapin Crossroads. The show was to look at the crossover work between Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, centered around a collaborative tour in 1987 and a subsequent live album in 1989. Of course, the tribute took on a […]

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  • Category: News

    Watch Neil Young Join Roger Waters For A Bob Dylan Cover At Bridge School Benefit

    Though Desert Trip already concluded a week ago, three of its six legendary performers were connected through one musical moment at last night’s Bridge School Benefit at the Shoreline Amphitheater last night. Festival host Neil Young was on hand throughout the night, and joined Pink Floyd’s own Roger Waters for a set-closing rendition of Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young.” The show was only accentuated by the presence of My Morning Jacket on […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood Honors Bob Dylan & Debuts Byrds Cover In Milwaukee [Gallery/Review]

    On Sunday night, October 16th, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood brought their music to Milwaukee’s Turner Hall Ballroom for a fun Sunday evening performance. It was a great show that demonstrated the Brotherhood’s ability to consistently bring good music to their audiences. The first set was non-stop fun. Of course they played “Sunday Sound” in a […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    Joan Baez Keeps Spirit Of The 60’s Alive And Well In Westbury

    Joan Baez came to Westbury town on the eve of Bob Dylan being awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Dylan and Baez were the King and Queen of the folk scene in the early 1960’s, and will be linked together far into the future. A fit and trim Baez would take the stage at the […]

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