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Bob Dylan in Town
May 28, 2008    wersja polska »
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Bob Dylan is coming to Poland for a one-off concert June 7. This is the second visit by the American singer-songwriter, composer and poet to this country. Dylan, who has performed in scores of major concert halls and stadiums, will this time be taking the stage at the comparatively modest Stodoła Club in Warsaw.

Dylan, born in Minnesota in 1941, is one of greatest composers, singers and poets of his time. He draws on many music genres. In his lyrics, he incorporates political and social commentary. At the beginning of his career, he was considered a rebel openly defying the established order, in music and life alike. The musician has been called the voice of his generation.

Dylan has been an inspiration and model for many outstanding artists. Among those who have performed Dylan covers are Guns N' Roses, U2, The Rolling Stones, Lou Reed and Joe Cocker. Dylan's records have sold 90 million copies. Today, he has four decades of acclaimed work under his belt.

The Dylan triple CD, released last year, contains some of the best songs that he has recorded throughout his career.


June 7, 8 p.m., Stodoła, 10 Batorego St., Tickets: zl.260
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