Happy Birthday, Bob
  • Brighton Fringe

From his first eponymous album in 1962 to his latest, Fallen Angels, via his never-ending tour, Bob Dylan has always divided opinion: Upsetting the Establishment as a Folk/protest singer, his own fans when he went electric and winning the Nobel Prize for literature. Robb Johnson, one of the UK's more controversial singer/songwriters, and best-selling poet and songwriter, Roger Stevens, celebrate Dylans 76th birthday as they perform and discuss some of his most iconic, popular, and lesser-known work. An evening of Bob Dylan songs and thought-provoking conversation.

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