Bob Dylan Chicago Tickets
The Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago will be swarmed with fans of Bob Dylan as the living legend prepares to perform at the Broadway theatre. The upcoming concert will be a part of his current tour that began on 4th August, 2014. The 73-year old singer is known to have the most heavily scheduled performances since the 60s. With as much as 2500 concerts a year, Bob has performed across USA, Europe, Japan, China, Australia, Ireland, Finland and Denmark. His current tour is set to hold shows in America, Australia and New Zealand. To watch him perform in Chicago, you should purchase Bob Dylan Chicago tickets.
Bob Dylan is a world renowned singer. Born in Duluth, Minnesota, Robert Allen Zimmerman, better known as Bob Dylan began performing in 1961. Over the years, the artist has composed songs that fall in the genres of rock, blues, country, soul and gospel. Songs such as ‘The Times are a-Changin’ and ‘Blowin’ in the Wind’ earned the status of anthems during the period of civil unrest. Even though he introduced himself as a folk artist, Bob changed his image in 1965 with the pop hit ‘Like a Rolling Stone,’ that revolutionized pop music. By the late 60s and early 70s, the talented artist was seen incorporating a rock sound in his compositions.
Bob Dylan’s music is not only easy on the ears but also has themes of philosophy, politics, social issues and literature. Working with record labels such as Asylum and Columbia, he has released 35 studio albums, 11 live albums, 31 compilation records and 58 singles. Out of these, 41 albums have either received gold or platinum certifications. With over 100 million album copies sold since the 60s, Bob has been inducted in numerous halls of fames that include the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Minnesota Music Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame. He was also honored with a Pulitzer Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Watch as the music icon performs some of his classic hits. Get Bob Dylan Chicago tickets immediately.