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    Bob Dylan’s Iconic 1963 Martin D-28 Acoustic Sells For $100,000 More Than Estimated

    In 1971, Bob Dylan played George Harrison and Ravi Shankar‘s Concert for Bangladesh at Madison Square Garden. During that famed concert, Dylan played his 1963 Martin D-28 acoustic guitar, which the legendary musician also used during his famed 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour. Over the weekend, the guitar sold at auction for $396,000—almost $100,000 more than its pre-auction estimate. However, this high price […]

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    Bob Dylan Honors Fallen Friend Tom Petty With “Learning To Fly” Cover In CO [Watch]

    On the day of Tom Petty‘s death earlier this month, fellow music and cultural icon Bob Dylan issued a comment to Rolling Stone: “It’s shocking, crushing news. I thought the world of Tom. He was a great performer, full of the light, a friend, and I’ll never forget him.” Though short and sweet, it was more of a […]

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    Bob Dylan Shares Rehearsal Recording Of 1980 “Every Grain Of Sand”

    In 1978, Bob Dylan spent a great deal of time writing gospel tunes, many of which never made it on record simply because there wasn’t enough time to release them all. Most of the unrecorded songs lived on gospel tours from 1979 to 1981 (that eventually turned into bootlegs), or they never left the rehearsal room at […]

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    Bob Dylan Shares Unreleased Gospel Tune From 1980 Rehearsal

    In 1978, Bob Dylan spent a great deal of time writing gospel tunes, many of which never made it on record simply because there wasn’t enough time to release them all. Most of the unrecorded songs lived on gospel tours from 1979 to 1981 (that eventually turned into bootlegs), or they never left the rehearsal […]

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    Bob Dylan Adds Run Of 5 New York City Shows To 2017 Fall Tour With Mavis Staples

    Nobel Prize-winning songwriter Bob Dylan has announced the addition of five New York City shows to his upcoming Fall Tour with Mavis Staples. Dylan will return to Upper West Side Manhattan’s storied Beacon Theatre for five shows between November 20th and November 25th (with November 23rd set as an “off” day). As with the rest of the […]

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    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Debuts Bob Dylan Cover At Night 2 Of NYC Run [Video]

    Last night, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead continued their third annual Fall Ball, returning to Brooklyn Bowl in New York City for the second of their six-night run across this weekend and the next. During their show on Friday, the Grateful Dead-inspired five-piece debuted a new cover—Bob Dylan’s “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues”, a number off the iconic singer-songwriter’s 1965 album Highway 61 […]

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    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Pays Tribute To Tom Petty In NYC [Video]

    Last night, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead kicked off their third annual Fall Ball, returning to Brooklyn Bowl in New York and expanding the event to six nights over the next two weeks. Brooklyn Bowl clearly holds a special place in the band’s history—the Brooklyn venue was the site where the group composed of Joe Russo, Marco Benevento, Tom Hamilton, Scott Metzger, and Dave Dreiwitz first […]

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    Watch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Debut Bob Dylan’s “Shelter From The Storm” [Pro-Shot]

    At the tail end of April, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead was scheduled to make their first headlining Red Rocks Amphitheatre appearance with support from Medeski, Martin, & Wood. Unfortunately, their performance was moved to an indoor venue—1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado—due to a snow storm, with their show on April 29th instead marking the Grateful Dead-inspired group’s first-ever headlining arena […]

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    Reliving Johnny Cash’s Greatest Live Performances On The Anniversary Of His Death [Videos]

    “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash…” On this day in 2003, the world said goodbye to one of the most iconic musicians in American history, Mr. Johnny Cash. Over the course of the “outlaw country” pioneer’s nearly 50-year career, cemented his legacy as one of the highest-selling recording artists in the world, with his total record sales topping […]

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    Bob Dylan Announces Fall Tour With Mavis Staples

    Legendary singer, songwriter and, as of last year, Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan announced a 21-date fall tour. Following the release of his 38th studio album, Triplicate, Dylan will embark on a national tour starting in mid-October and ending in mid-November. In addition to his band, Bob Dylan will be joined by the amazing Mavis Staples for the entire […]

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