Bob Dylan and His Band will play Broomfield’s FirstBank Center on Oct. In the past, no matter how he spun them, or how few lyrics you understood, you could at least depend on hearing Dylan playing his songs — the ones that engendered in him the love and respect of so many people over the last 50 + years, and who filled out Red Rocks last night. This July 22, 2012, file photo shows U.S. 21. (The Associated Press)
There’s (still) no end in sight for Bob Dylan’s so-called Never Ending Tour, the singer-songwriter’s perpetual circuit of concert dates that he’s kept afloat since the late 1980s. From our review of that concert:
… [T]his tour is maybe Dylan’s cruelest. singer-songwriter Bob Dylan performing onstage at Les Vieilles Charrues Festival in Carhaix, France. at Tickets are $54.50-$129.50 and go on sale Sept. Staples just announced she’ll be releasing a new album, “If All I Was Was Black,” on Nov. On Monday, he added another 19 shows to his docket, including a gig in the Denver area. Soul legend Mavis Staples will open the show. 15 at 10 a.m. In his Sinatra-tribute era — The Voice is a terribly ironic choice considering the state of Dylan’s pipes — he’s much more likely to cover an ancient jazz song as he is to run through “She Belongs to Me,” which he slipped in early last night, or “Tangled Up In Blue,” the evening’s easy highlight. See Dylan’s full list of announced tour dates here. Dylan last played Colorado in June 2016, when he stopped by Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Related Articles

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