Well, now it was 20 years and ONE WEEK ago, on October 16, 1992, that an all-star celebration of the 1962 release of Bob Dylan's first album took place at Madison Square Garden here in New York City.
And things will get musically very interesting as the evening goes along at the Concert, which you may be interested to know was on American Pay Per View television.
This was a momentous, fitting tribute to one of the true living legends of our time.
Neil Young humorously but aptly nicknamed it Bobfest!
For these last two parts we have a dream lineup.
I don’t want to give anything away, ruin it if you have never heard these performances.
Again as in the past, I ask you to just trust me- we’ll hear some of the biggest names in the world of Rock & Roll stretching, reworking and putting their own stamp on the music of Bob Dylan.
However I will tell you I will open this chapter with Neil Young scorching a song that is probably more associated with Jimi Hendrix.
I wonder how many have forgotten it was first done by Bob on one of his albums…or never knew?
These are some incredible live performances!
As always, enjoy!
These are your choice of links to a wonderful 20-year old Concert, at Mike Pell Rockollections:
And at Soundcloud