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Bob Dylan coming to Boise

BOISE, Idaho — Bob Dylan will be making a stop in Boise as part of his new "Rough and Rowdy Ways" worldwide tour. Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 20, for the concert scheduled for June 28 at 8 p.m. at the Morrison Center. Dylan's career spans more...
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Bob Dylan Tags Four Colorado Shows Onto Upcoming Dates

Bob Dylan has just announced five new Colorado stops to his ongoing “Never Ending Tour.” When the upcoming jaunt hits the “Centennial State,” Dylan is set for shows shows in Grand Junction, Dillon, and a two-night run in Denver. Tickets for the new concerts go on sale to the general public on Friday, May 20th at 10 a.m. local time via AXS.com.
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Bob Dylan announces 4 Colorado concerts

DENVER — Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer-songwriter Bob Dylan announced Monday morning a new slate of concert dates on his latest North American tour. The tour includes four concerts in Colorado over the Independence Day holiday weekend. The "Rough and Rowdy Ways Tour" will stop in Grand Junction, Dillon and Denver.
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Bob Dylan Announces New 2022 Tour Dates

Bob Dylan has announced 11 new dates for his “Rough and Rowdy Ways” world wide tour 2021-2024, named for his acclaimed 2020 studio album. The concerts, announced May 17, are in addition to 14 shows that first appeared on Dylan’s website on April 18. The U.S. concerts of his Spring 2022 tour begin on May 28 and now continue into early July. Dylan turns 81 years old on May 24.
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Bob Dylan Adds June & July 2022 Tour Dates

Bob Dylan added new tour dates to his Rough And Rowdy Ways Tour. The legendary singer-songwriter confirmed additional performances in June and July. The 80-year-old Dylan added four new shows in California, beginning on June 20 in Long Beach. From there the tour heads to Santa Barbara on June 22, followed by Santa Cruz on June 23 and Sacramento on June 25.
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How Bob Dylan and Martin Scorsese Reinvented the Concert Film With 'Rolling Thunder Revue'

The concert film has a long history. Its earliest known iteration dates to 1948 with the seminal Concert Magic, focused on the violinist Yehudi Menuhin, and in the following decades it has evolved into a rite of passage that all great musicians must eventually attempt. When constructed with enough care the results can be breathtaking, with classics such as Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense or Pink Floyd’s Live at Pompeii serving as crucial records of an artist at their peak, while also allowing viewers to experience an event they are now unable to see live. But, as with all genres, repetition and cliché begin to reign supreme, with most concert films happy to continue the precedent set by its architects while adding nothing to the format. And while the idiom ‘if it ain’t broke don’t fix it’ still holds some water, even the most efficient of formulas need a much-needed burst of energy on occasion.
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Best Bob Dylan albums of all time

Black and white portrait of Bob Dylan in the 1960s. #25. Good As I Been To You (1992) Black and white picture of Bob Dylan looking up against a blue background. Explosion of colors with the title of the album in the middle. Columbia. #23. Together Through Life (2009) A...
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