New Bob Dylan touring guitarist revealed?

Bob Dylan has unveiled a new touring guitarist, following the departure of Duke Robillard on June 30 in Nashville. Robillard had joined Dylan's band in April. He played only played 27 shows with Dylan before he was replaced by Charlie Sexton - the guitarist that Robillard had replaced in Dylan's band three month's previously.

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Bob Dylan has unveiled a new touring guitarist, following the departure of Duke Robillard on June 30 in Nashville.

Robillard had joined Dylan’s band in April. He played only played 27 shows with Dylan before he was replaced by Charlie Sexton – the guitarist that Robillard had replaced in Dylan’s band three month’s previously.

Then on July 15 at the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto, Ontario, Dylan debuted a new guitarist, Colin Linden, a Canadian born musician and producer who’s previously worked with T-Bone Burnett, Lucinda Williams and Rick Danko.

It’s not clear whether Linden is a permanent addition Dylan’s touring band.

Dylan is currently on the AmericanaramA tour, with Wilco and My Morning Jacket. Bob Dylan was recently joined on stage by Jeff Tweedy and Jim James for a cover of “The Weight” by The Band.


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