Bob Dylan Blackpool Tickets
Born in 1971 in Minnesota, folk-rock singer Bob Dylan began his career by performing in coffee houses in his hometown. In 1961, the young singer/songwriter moved to New York City and through his talent was able to make a place for himself in the folk music scene. By 1964, his songs Blowing In The Wind and The Times They Are Changing became anthems for rising civil rights and anti-war movements. Bob Dylan became the voice of the generation during a turbulent time in the United States. With Bob Dylan Blackpool tickets watch this amazing artist live on stage.
Dylan’s influence wasn’t just limited to the folk scene; his impact was felt in the rock circuit as well. The Beatles cited him as a musical influence and Jimmy Hendrix covered his song, All Along The Watch Tower. Bob Dylan plugged in and went electric at the New Port Folk Festival in 1965. The diehard folk fans might not have liked the electrified Dylan but pop fans showed their approval, making the classic Like A Rolling Stone his legitimate pop hit. With every new release Dylan became unpredictable, continuously changed course and reinvented himself musically. In the mid 60s, Dylan was at his creative peak, recording masterpieces like Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde On Blonde.
The icon of the 60s wasn’t about to rest in the 70s; he hit the road and recorded classics like Blood On The Tracks. He was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame and today is known as a living legend. As the superstar stops in your town for a concert, get Bob Dylan Blackpool tickets to be a part of a phenomenal event.