Folk music legend Bob Dylan and his Never Ending Tour will be making a stop in Huntsville on Tuesday, October 30th, at 8 PM. This will be his first appearance in the Tennessee Valley since the Never Ending Tour came through here two years ago.
A few days after his Huntsville concert, Dylan will be releasing his box set, More Blood, More Tracks, a six-CD collection of previously unreleased studio cuts from the recording of his 1974 album, Blood on the Tracks. In recent years, he has received critical acclaim for his CD, Shadows in the Night, where he covered a collection of Frank Sinatra standards. You can look forward to hearing some music from that album as well as the songs he made standards himself. Legendary hits like “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright”, “It Ain’t Me, Babe”, and “Blowin’ In the Wind”.
Interesting bit of trivia here: His tour is called the Never Ending Tour because Dylan and his band have basically been on a continuous concert tour of the entire world since 1988. In the past 30 years, the longest break in the tour has been five months when in May 1997 when he was admitted into a hospital with a near-fatal lung infection. The last town he played before being forced off the road… Huntsville, AL.
All seats are reserved and are priced at $119.50, $89.50, and $59.50. Get tickets and more information here!