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Bob Dylan storms Nashville

Bob Dylan storms Nashville

Bob Dylan’s North American autumn tour kicked off last week, with a couple of dates in Austin, Texas, before moving onto Nashville, for two nights at the Ryman Theatre, home of the Grand Ol’ Opry.

At both shows, Dylan was joined on electric guitar and vocals by Jack White, at home in Nashville kicking his heels after the cancellation of The White Stripes’ tour.

White featured on the first ever live performances by Dylan of “Meet Me In The Morning”, from Blood On The Tracks, and “Outlaw Blues” from Bringing It All Back Home.

For a full review of Dylan in Nashville, click here.


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