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Bob Dylan is letting any moss grow on his rolling stone.

Entering his 81st year, our rock poet laureate will perform his first new show virtually on July 18th. “Shadow Kingdom” will be shown on a site called Veeps.com on July 18th and last until July 21st. Tickets are $25 and you can get them here.

According to the site: “Shadow Kingdom will showcase Bob Dylan in an intimate setting as he performs songs from his extensive body of work, created especially for this event.

“Shadow Kingdom” will mark the first concert performance since December 2019, and first performance since his universally acclaimed album, “Rough and Rowdy Ways.”

In the meantime, Bob’s grandson, Levi, whose dad is Jacob Dylan of Wallflowers fame, makes an impressive acting turn in the current film, “12 Mighty Orphans.”

 

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