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I've been listening to Bob since 1964.
Brought my Bob records to college in 1966
and was almost booed out of the dorm by
upper classmen who were into Smokey
My wife and I had a great time last night at
the concert in SLC. Mavis was great as usual.
The first thing that strikes you about Bob
and the band is how tight they are. They play
with an amazing precision.
Others have commented on Bob changing
the arrangements of his classic songs like
Tangled Up in Blue and Desolation Row to
the dismay of some. I knew this was coming
following him for so many years. But what
surprised me is that he mostly played the
last song of the night pretty straight up -
Ballad of a Thin Man. The melody was
recognizable. He has ended his concerts
with this song for years.
I had to smile knowing he loves to wink at
his audience with a mischievous twinkle in
his eye "You don't know what's happening.
Do you Mr. Jones?"
Written with affection - Mr Jones
Tucson Tom from Tucson, Arizona
DIDN’T EXPECT MUCH BUT LEFT BLOWN AWAY!
I saw Bob last time he was in Tucson in 2006. Pretty disappointing show saved by
So wasn’t expecting too much but wanted to see him anyway for old times sake.
Well, I shouldn’t have worried. Bob was in fine voice and form, the band was tight,
the staging was perfect, the Music Hall was a great venue to choose, and the
playlist should have satisfied everyone. My wife and I gambled on front row seats
and we rolled 7’s on that decision. About 5 minutes to 8 the band assembled on
stage, with Bob behind a full size grand piano. Staging was excellent. Ringed by
large old style Klieg lights, Bob’s hair, back lit like the many images of him in the
60’s, was a joy to see. Sans any facial hair he looked damn good for his age and
sounded even better.
I looked over to stage right, and there, almost out of view was Bob’s Oscar for
The Wonderboys on a small black table. Next to it was a white plaster head of a
woman. Don’t know the significance of that but if you do let me know!
Bob Neylan from Tucson, Arizona
IT WAS AN AMAZING NIGHT AT TUCSON MUSIC HALL ON OCT. 5
I love the show. I have seen Bob many times over the years, and this show was up there
with any of them. Bob was energetic, fun, and sounded great. I was entertained from
start to finish. It did my heart good to see someone that I care so much for sounding
and looking so well.
Judith Barrett from Buffalo, New York
BEST. CONCERT. EVER.
It was all about the music. None of
those irritating strobe lights, costume
changes, philosophizing nonsense. I
loved the way he arranged and sang
his older well known songs. It truly
was a unique experience to listen to a
true musician play and sing his songs.
He also sang some jazz songs that
were so beautiful and moving. I loved
this concert! I loved that I got to see
Bob Dylan live doing what he does
best, be himself, have fun and live in
the moment. His band is excellent. I
had so much fun just listening to the
music!! Great concert!! I would
recommend to everyone to see him
Angela from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
TOWER SHOW NOVEMBER 11,2017
This was a great show Bob sounded great Played the
Piano Wonderful The Band was on fire. Just lots of
Love from the Fans.
Robert bloom from New York, New York
A ROCKIN AND SUBLIME SURPRISE
completely blew me away,,a beautiful voice believe it or not was the biggest surpise
articulating every word and note w a beautiful deep rich vibrato adding depth to the
gravely chortle of recent past ...he alternates rocking swingin tunes w the big band
kicking ass behind him ,,,driving intensity fresh as ever,,then ballads followed after
every rocker,,he was mid stage,,,holding the mic like early elvis,,,and those quirky
strange intriguing stances movements Marva staples told us to look out for,,,watch
bob !!! she said during her rousing first set.. the show was amazing,..dylan becomng
Elvis Sinatra tony Bennett Fred Astaire,,,bing Crosby,...yet ever uniquely
himself,,always new and lately greatly improved,on what always worth going to.. the
voice and new showmanship made the evening really special,,,i never thought i
would ever enjoy Dylan crooning like he does now,,better than on any album,,this is
a cat who is at the top of his game and relishing it as much as we do..glad i went
Christine from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
INSPIRATION AND INNOVATION--DYLAN ROCKS!
Bob Dylan proved his musical and poetic genius during his concert last night in
Upper Darby, PA. Unbelievable passion was palpable as he rocked the house with
innovative music. For those wanting a throwback concert, well, they don't know
Dylan. He was among the first of artists who continually reinvent themselves--only
his innovation is in the music not his persona. He wove an experience for those who
really listened, weaving his new songs and American standards together for an
amazing sound and experience. Love this man and his unconventional ways--and
the fact he is true to himself and a true inspiration. We listened to what will
undoubtedly be new classics--Dylanesque Brilliance. And the evening started out
oh so right with Dylan's long-time friend and musical powerhouse herself, Mavis
Staples, taking center stage. What a memorable night!
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