Bob Dylan surprises staff at Dublin record shop

He sent them a signed copy of Time Out Of Mind

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From his home at the top of the Pennines

Bob Dylan has sent the signed copy of his 1997 album Time Out Of Mind to a Dublin branch of Tower Records.

The store, based on Dawson St in the city, received the unexpected gift just ahead of Record Store Day, reports RTE, the Irish broadcaster.

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The album arrived on Friday, April 12 and was signed, “To Tower Records Dublin, thanks for still selling records! – Bob Dylan.”

Dylan is currently on tour in Europe. He is scheduled to play two shows at Vienna‘s Konzerthaus on April 16 and 17, then on through Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Denmark before he co-headlines with Neil Young at London’s Hyde Park on July 12 and Kilkenny’s Nowlan Park on July 14. Dylan’s full set of upcoming tour dates can be found here.

You can read more about Bob Dylan in the next issue of Uncut – more details to be revealed tomorrow, April 16.

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