Bob’s Tour kicks off tonight in Buffalo. We cant wait to get the setlists and the reviews of the shows.
From The Examiner:
Oh, to have been in Buffalo last night to see Bob Dylan. When he began his show with “Things Have Changed,” he wasn’t kidding.
According to various reports, Dylan was on fire last night, probably inspired by the new addition of blues guitarist Duke Robillard in his band, who has apparently replaced Charlie Sexton in the line up.
In addition, Dylan’s set list was radically changed. Gone were such standard fare such as “Like A Rolling Stone,” “Blowin’ In The Wind,” and his most played ever song, “All Along The Watchtower.” In fact, only four of the 16 songs performed last night were from the 1960s and 70s. There were also a couple of 80s compositions thrown in for good measure, including “What Good Am I?”, recently covered by Tom Jones.