Bob Dylan continues his never-ending run of shows this summer with a stop at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
Soul man Nathaniel Rateliff plays main support; Hot Club of Cowtown opens the show.
The Nobel Prize-winning songwriter last played Nashville with his faithful band in 2016, per Dylan website archives, a one-night show at the Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater.
Dylan shares a long history with Music City. Attracted to the city’s efficient and talented musicians, he spent the late 1960s recording three albums in Nashville — “Blonde on Blonde,” “John Wesley Harding” and “Nashville Skyline.” On the latter, he’d collaborate with Johnny Cash for a reimagined “Girl From The North Country.”
Last year, Dylan released a bootleg series highlighting his Nashville sessions. His cultural footprint on the city plans to grow in fall 2020, when Dylan opens his Heaven’s Door Distillery and Center for the Arts in the city’s SoBro neighborhood.
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