Tag Archives: Bob Dylan

Sparks (March 22, 2022) and Bob Dylan (March 23, 2022) / Back-to-Back @ Ryman Auditorium / Nashville TN

Thankfully the concert business is back to full steam and Music City is no exception. For many of us older music fans, it was a busy four days starting with Graham Nash (CMA Theatre) on Sunday, Beck (Basement East) on Monday, and then Tuesday and Wednesday at the Ryman with the campy and quirky Sparks […]

Let’s Open This Box Set: Bob Dylan Bootleg Series #16 – Springtime in New York

Hey! Come join me for a quick peek inside the new Dylan box set plus a look at the stack I’ve amassed so far since this series began in 1991. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.

Bob Dylan and His Band @ Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater / Nashville TN / June 26, 2016

On June 7, 1988, Bob Dylan started touring every year and has not stopped since. Dubbed by fans as the “Never Ending Tour,” Bob and his crack band recently came to Nashville for the 17th time during this remarkable 28-year phenomenon. In a nutshell, Bob did the same show here that he has been doing […]

Old Crow Medicine Show perform Bob Dylan’s Blonde on Blonde@ CMA Theatre at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum / Nashville TN / May 13, 2016

The idea of a band covering another artist’s full LP in its entirety has been done before. Cheap Trick’s Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Flaming Lips’ Dark Side of the Moon and Blitzen Trapper’s Harvest are a few that come to mind. However, could there be one as challenging to celebrate as Dylan’s 1966 […]

R.I.P.: Rubin “Hurricane” Carter

Today’s news reports the passing of controversial New Jersey middleweight boxer Rubin “Hurricane” Carter of prostate cancer at age 76. Twice-convicted and eventually freed after serving 20 years in prison, there remains mystery and confusion about what really happened one fateful night in New Jersey in 1966. Regardless of what you believe about the horrible […]

AmericanaramA @ The Lawn at Riverfront Park / Nashville TN / June 30, 2013

On a rain-threatened Sunday, the Bob Dylan-led outdoor mini-festival played the fourth date of its run at Music City’s horrible excuse for an outdoor music venue. Although overcome by an amazing night of music, the site’s atrocities were many. The slow gate process resulted in an hour-long entry line that snaked through the downtown streets. […]