Watch Kurt Vile cover Bob Dylan and the Velvet Underground

Also involves Kim Gordon, Steve Gunn and Woods

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Kurt Vile took part in an event at New York’s Webster Hall on December 2 during which he covered songs by Bob Dylan and The Velvet Underground.

The showcase celebrating booking agency Ground Control Touring‘s 15th anniversary, featured a number of collaborations and covers, reports Pitchfork.

Kurt Vile, Kim Gordon, Steve Gunn, and Woods’ Jarvis Taveniere covered The Velvet Underground’s “Sister Ray“, while Vile also teamed up with Woods for a version of Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door“.

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