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Bob Dylan, the rock legend behind hits “All Along the Watchtower” and “Like a Rolling Stone,” is on the road again. Don't miss your chance to catch Bob Dylan as he performs his folk-rock hits! Bob Dylan puts on a concert performance that you must see to believe! Buy your Bob Dylan tickets now!
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Artpark, Lewiston, NY Sept 6,2012
By sb43 from Lockport, NY on 9/7/2012
Poor Sound Quality, Too Hot, Too Loud

sound was distorted to the point of being painful coupled with being way too loud. Left after 45 minutes couldn't tolerate any more abuse. lighting was so bad that it could have been anyone on the stage. never did get a good look at Dylan. very sorry I wasted my time and money

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A Part of History
By gscoop@opt from Wayne, NJ on 11/29/2010
Engaging Stage Presence
Poor Sound Quality
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Wed. Nov. 24 was the first time I had seen Bob in over 20 years.It was great to see him on stage smiling and looking dapper. I had heard and read comments about his voice being shot and the band being great but much too loud. I found that tobe accurrate. His voice was a bit rough in the begining and generally croakie throughout. I am familiar with nearly all his material and have great love for it. Even so, it was difficult to tell which song they were on because the sound system was just a blasting blair of distortion. I am only a novice guitar player; still I could tell that the musicians were highly skilled. It's just that something far less pleasing was comming out from the speakers. Yes, I have good hearing,at least I did when I arrived. Some members of the audience looked bewildered. If I had not known what to expect; I would have left with a hole in my heart. I still love Bob anyway.

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[40 of 48 customers found this review helpful]

A legend indeed.
By Andy H. from St. Louis, MO on 9/15/2010

I've been going to concerts my whole life and I've seen some legendary bands and musicians. I've seen The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Chuck Berry, The Ramones, The Grateful Dead (with Jerry Garcia), B.B King, Buddy Guy, Willie Nelson, Tony Bennet, and last but not least, Mr. Bob Dylan. I've read reviews, both good and bad about Bob Dylan's concerts and stage presance, many people have posted that they were very dissapointed with his performance. Being a musician/songwriter myself I can honestly see how the years have taken a toll on Dylan. Not everybody can be like Mic Jagger, running around on stage and doing the "cocksure strut", everybody expresses themselves differently on stage, especially in their old age. I've even read reviews about how "cold" Bob Dylan was to the audience. Look, if you go to a concert expecting the person you paid to see to be all chatty with the crowd, you're not always going to get what you want. The first time I saw Bob Dylan, the crowd kept on cheering after he and his band took a final bow and Bob was attempting to address the crowd because it was the first installment of The Bob Dylan Show Tour with Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp. The crowd kept cheering and didn't give him a chance at all to say what he had wanted to say, then he walked off stage. Does Bob sound a lot different live than he does on his records? Yes he does, he's surely not going to sing and play the same as he did when he recorded "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" or "Like A Rolling Stone". I hate assuming things but, I assume that the people that wrote reviews complaining about his performance and how he changes the style of how his songs are played now, aren't educated very well about music, and I highly assume they aren't musicians themselves. The man's music has aged along with him and it has evolved so much, which is what makes his concerts and performance amazing experiences for everybody, young and old, well not everybody, just people that honestly love music and understand it, especially when it is played by somebody who has been playing and writing his own music for pretty much 85% of his life. So before you go on some website to post a review and whine about how dissapointed you are with a certain band or musician's performance, especially when they're as old as they are, think about what I've said here.

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Dylan was awesome.
By sking217 from Decatur, il on 9/14/2010
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Opening Acts, Great Sound
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I saw Bob in Casper, Wyoming. It was a very small venue and I thoroughly enjoyed the show. I didn't want it to end. His band is outstanding and Bob is still rocking. I never dreamed the show would be so good. Long live Bob Dylan.

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Bob Dylan Concert Tickets

It's nearly impossible to find someone who has done more for rock than Bob Dylan. Arguably one of the best songwriters in music history, Dylan has been cited as the inspiration for countless other musicians who followed. The man is a legend and will continue to be for generations to come. Bob Dylan tickets are not just pieces of paper that get you into a concert; after a show you tuck them away in your box of keepsakes.

Dylan released his debut album in 1962, but it was his sophomore effort, 1963's The Freewheelin Bob Dylan, that helped establish him as a star. The record featured a number of legendary tracks including "Girl From the North Country" and "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall," just to name a few. Over the next several years, the list of iconic songs attributed to Dylan would get bigger and bigger.

More than a musician, Dylan is an iconic symbol. In 1966, Dylan released Blonde on Blonde, which is considered by many experts to be one of the best albums of all time, and given how far ahead of its time it was, it's hard to disagree. Bob Dylan's impact spreads so far beyond the musical arena that he was awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer Prize jury.

Immersed in fighting for political and human rights, Dylan produced hits like "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'." In the years since then, Dylan's reputation has only grown, with songs such as "All Along the Watchtower," "Lay Lady Lay" and "Tangled Up in Blue," all occupying a place among the all-time great tunes.

Guns N' Roses, bands from every genre have retooled Dylan's songs to create their own renditions. Part of the appeal of Dylan's music is that it spans rock, country, folk, blues, jazz and even hints to Gaelic rooted folk music. Known to improvise, Bob Dylan often performs his songs much differently than they appear on his albums. Dylan is the master of his vast catalogue of songs, giving the man total artistic freedom. Whether you sit, stand, whirl or twirl; a LIVE Bob Dylan show is an event that everyone should experience.

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