Never Ending Tour (2000-2009)

Never Ending Tour

(From left to right) Tony Garnier, George Recile, Donnie Herron, Bob Dylan and Stu Kimball at the Spectrum, Oslo, Norway, March 30, 2007.
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start date June 7, 1988

The Never Ending Tour is a popular name for Bob Dylan's ceaseless performing schedule since June 7, 1988. During the past twenty-three years, musicians have come and gone and the band has continued to evolve. Dylan's touring schedule has not been diminished by his age — he still plays around 100 shows a year. Dylan and his band have amassed a huge fanbase; some fans have traveled around the world to attend as many Dylan shows as possible.[1]

According to the count maintained by Olof Björner's Dylan website Still On The Road,[2] Dylan played his 2000th show of the Never Ending Tour on October 16, 2007, in Dayton, Ohio, United States.[3] Dylan has attributed much of the versatility of his live shows to the talent of his backing band.

Contents

Name

Bob Dylan performing at the Air Canada Centre, Toronto, November 7, 2006

The tour's name was cemented when journalist Adrian Deevoy published his interview with Dylan in Q Magazine no.39, December 1989. The critic Michael Gray listened to Deevoy's interview tape, and points out in The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia that though Deevoy's article put the phrase into Dylan's mouth, in fact the label came from Deevoy in the following exchange:

AD: 'Tell me about this live thing. You've gone straight into this tour again — one tour virtually straight into the next one.'
BD: 'Oh, it's all the same tour.'
AD: 'It's the Never Ending Tour?'
BD: (unenthusiastically) 'Yeah, yeah'.[4]

Dylan has been dismissive of the Never Ending Tour tag. In the sleeve notes to his album World Gone Wrong (1993), Dylan wrote:

"don't be bewildered by the Never Ending Tour chatter. There was a Never Ending Tour but it ended in '91 with the departure of guitarist G. E. Smith. That one's long gone but there have been many others since then. The Money Never Runs Out Tour (fall of '91) Southern Sympathizer Tour (early '92) Why Do You Look At Me So Strangely Tour (European '92) The One Sad Cry Of Pity Tour (Australia & West Coast American '92) Outburst Of Consciousness Tour ('92) Don't Let Your Deal Go Down Tour ('93) & others too many to mention each with their own character & design."

In a 2009 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Dylan queried the validity of the term Never Ending Tour, saying:

"Critics should know there is no such thing as forever. Does anybody call Henry Ford a Never Ending Car Builder? Anybody ever say that Duke Ellington was on a Never Ending Bandstand Tour? These days, people are lucky to have a job. Any job. So critics might be uncomfortable with my working so much. Anybody with a trade can work as long as they want. A carpenter, an electrician. They don't necessarily need to retire."[5]

The tour was interrupted in 1997 when Dylan was forced to cancel dates after suffering a serious medical issue in May. CBS Records announced he was being hospitalized for a potentially fatal chest infection, histoplasmosis.[6] Since the tour began in 1988, Dylan's 1997 stay in hospital has been his longest break from touring.

Dylan's introduction

Since August 15, 2002, Dylan has been introduced at the beginning of most of his concerts with an announcement made by a member of his stage crew:

Ladies and gentlemen please welcome the poet laureate of rock 'n' roll. The voice of the promise of the 60s counterculture. The guy who forced folk into bed with rock. Who donned makeup in the 70s and disappeared into a haze of substance abuse. Who emerged to find Jesus. Who was written off as a has-been by the end of the '80s, and who suddenly shifted gears releasing some of the strongest music of his career beginning in the late '90s. Ladies and gentlemen — Columbia recording artist Bob Dylan![7]

This introduction was adapted from an article about Dylan that had appeared in a local newspaper, The Buffalo News, on August 9, 2002.[8]

Book and live recordings and broadcasts

(From Left to right) John "J.J." Jackson, Dylan and Tony Garnier performing in Stockholm, Sweden, July 27, 1996

Andrew Muir published Razor's Edge: Bob Dylan and the Never Ending Tour in September 2001. The book chronicles the first fifteen years of Dylan's Never Ending Tour from the point of view of a committed fan of the Tour, analysing how Dylan varies his interpretations of his songs, and exploring Dylan's possible motivations.

The only complete live album of material recorded with the Never Ending Tour band is MTV Unplugged recorded in 1994 and released in 1995.

In 1994, Bob Dylan's performance of "Highway 61 Revisited" was recorded at Woodstock '94 and released on CD and VHS.

In 2001, Sony released Live 1961–2000: Thirty-Nine Years of Great Concert Performances which included six songs recorded on the Never Ending Tour between 1994 and 2000. The songs were: "Somebody Touched Me", "Dignity", "Cold Irons Bound", "Born in Time", "Country Pie" and "Things Have Changed".

Spanish TV station TVE2 broadcast three songs, "It Ain't Me Babe", "Rollin' and Tumblin'" and "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues", from the concert that Dylan performed at the Rock In Rio Festival, in Madrid on July 6, 2008.

Dylan's 2008 album, The Bootleg Series Vol. 8: Tell Tale Signs, included eight live performances from the Never Ending Tour, recorded between 1992 and 2004. The songs were "High Water (For Charley Patton)", "Ring Them Bells", "Cocaine Blues", "The Girl on the Greenbriar Shore", "Lonesome Day Blues", "Cold Irons Bound", "Things Have Changed", and "Tryin' to Get to Heaven".

In 2009, former Never Ending Tour drummer, Winston Watson released a DVD, Bob Dylan Never Ending Tour Diaries: Drummer Winston Watson's Incredible Journey, documenting his years touring with Dylan between 1992 and 1996.

Tour Dates

2000 Tour

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Never Ending Tour 2000
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start date March 10, 2000
End date November 19, 2000
Legs 5
Shows 73 in North America
37 in Europe
110 in Total
Date City Country Venue Songs
North America
March 10, 2000
Two Shows
Anaheim United States Sun Theater 13
15
March 11, 2000 San Luis Obispo Rec Center Cal Poly University 16
March 12, 2000 Bakersfield Bakersfield Centennial Garden 17
March 14, 2000 Visalia Convention Center 16
March 15, 2000 Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
March 16, 2000 15
March 17, 2000
Two Shows
Las Vegas Reno Hilton Theater
March 19, 2000 Pocatello Holt Arena 18
March 20, 2000 Nampa Idaho Center
March 21, 2000 Pullman Beasley Coliseum
March 22, 2000 Missoula Harry Adams Event Center
March 24, 2000 Bozeman Brick Breeden Field House
March 25, 2000 Billings Shrine Auditorium
March 26, 2000 Casper Casper Events Center
March 27, 2000 Rapid City Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
March 29, 2000 Bismarck Bismarck Civic Center
March 30, 2000 Fargo Civic Memorial Auditorium
March 31, 2000 Rochester Taylor Arena
April 1, 2000 Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Arena
April 3, 2000 Cedar Rapids Five Seasons Center
April 4, 2000 Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium
April 5, 2000 Salina Bicentennial Center
April 6, 2000 Denver Fillmore Auditorium
Europe
May 6, 2000 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion 18
May 8, 2000 Stuttgart Germany Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 9, 2000 Oberhausen König Pilsener Arena 19
May 11, 2000 Cologne Kölnarena 18
May 12, 2000 Hanover Stadionsporthalle
May 13, 2000 Lund Sweden Olympen
May 14, 2000 Gothenburg Scandinavium 19
May 16, 2000 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena 18
May 18, 2000 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe 19
May 19, 2000 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
May 21, 2000 Horsens Denmark NYA Theatre
May 23, 2000 Berlin Germany Treptow Arena
May 24, 2000 Dresden Vogtsbauernhof
May 25, 2000 Regensburg Donau Arena 20
May 27, 2000 Modena Italy Paizza Grande 19
May 28, 2000 Milan Palavobis
May 30, 2000 Florence Palasport
May 31, 2000 Ancona Palarossini
June 2, 2000 Cagliari Molo Ichnusa
North America
June 15, 2000 Portland United States Roseland Theater 18
June 16, 2000 Portland Meadows 16
June 17, 2000 George The Gorge Amphitheatre 17
June 18, 2000 16
June 20, 2000 Medford Jackson County Expo Hall
June 21, 2000 Marysville Sacramento Valley Amphitheater
June 23, 2000 Concord Chronicle Pavilion
June 24, 2000 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheater
June 25, 2000 Las Vegas Reno Hilton Theater
June 27, 2000 House of Blues 17
June 29, 2000 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
June 30, 2000 Ventura Arena 16
July 1, 2000 Del Mar Grandstand
July 3, 2000 Albuquerque Mesa Del Sol Amphitheater 17
July 6, 2000 Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheater 15
July 7, 2000 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater 17
July 8, 2000 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheater 16
July 9, 2000 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Theater
July 11, 2000 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
July 12, 2000 Moline Mark of the Quad Cities
July 14, 2000 Minneapolis Target Center 17
July 15, 2000 East Troy Alpine Valley Music Theatre
July 16, 2000 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theater
July 18, 2000 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheatre
July 19, 2000 Canandaigua United States Performing Arts Center
July 21, 2000 Hartford Meadows Music Theater
July 22, 2000 Mansfield Center for the Performing Arts
July 23, 2000 Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center
July 25, 2000 Scranton Coors Light Amphitheater
July 26, 2000 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater
July 28, 2000 Camden E-Center
July 29, 2000 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 30, 2000 Stanhope Waterloo Village
Europe
September 13, 2000 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street 19
September 14, 2000 Point Theatre
September 16, 2000 Aberdeen Scotland AE&CC
September 17, 2000 Glasgow SE&CC
September 19, 2000 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
September 20, 2000 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre
September 22, 2000 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
September 23, 2000 Cardiff Wales International Arena
September 24, 2000 Portsmouth England Guildhall
September 25, 2000
September 27, 2000 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
September 28, 2000 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
September 29, 2000 Frankfurt Menuhin Saal
October 1, 2000 Munich Halle Münsterland 20
October 2, 2000 Brussels Belgium Forest National 19
October 3, 2000 Paris France Zenith de Paris 20
October 5, 2000 London England Wembley Arena 19
October 6, 2000
North America
October 29, 2000 Madison United States Kohl Center 19
October 31, 2000 Evanston Welsh Ryan McGraw Hall
November 1, 2000 Bloomington Auditorium 20
November 2, 2000 West Lafayette Hall of Music 19
November 4, 2000 Oxford John D. Millett Hall
November 5, 2000 Ann Arbor Hill Auditorium
November 6, 2000 Pittsburgh A. J. Palumbo Center
November 8, 2000 Bethlehem Stabler Arena 20
November 10, 2000 Boston Boston Armory 19
November 11, 2000 Lowell Tsongas Center
November 12, 2000 South Kingston Heaney Auditorium 20
November 13, 2000 Lewiston Androscoggin Bank Colisée
November 15, 2000 Salisbury Youth and Civic Center 19
November 17, 2000 Princeton Dillon Gymnasium
November 18, 2000
Two Shows
Atlantic City Convention Center 15
16
November 19, 2000 Towson Towson Center 20

2001 Tour

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Never Ending Tour 2001
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start date February 25, 2001
End date November 24, 2001
Legs 6
Shows 13 in Asia
9 in Oceania
62 in North America
23 in Europe
107 in Total
Date City Country Venue Songs
Asia
February 25, 2001 Omiya Japan Sonic City Main Hall 19
February 27, 2001 Sendai Sun Plaza 18
February 28, 2001 Akita Prefectural Hall 19
March 2, 2001 Yokohama Pacifico Yokohama
March 3, 2001 Tokyo Tokyo International Forum
March 4, 2001
March 6, 2001 Osaka Kosei-Nenkin Hall
March 7, 2001 17
March 9, 2001 Fukuoka Sun Palace 19
March 10, 2001 Hiroshima Kosei-Nenkin Hall
March 12, 2001 Nagoya Nagoya Civic Assembly Hall
March 13, 2001 Hamamatsu Act City Hamamatsu 17
March 13, 2001 Tokyo Nippon Budokan 19
Oceania
March 18, 2001 Perth Australia Entertainment Centre 19
March 20, 2001 Adelaide Entertainment Centre
March 21, 2001 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
March 23, 2001 Tamworth Entertainment Centre 20
March 24, 2001 Newcastle Entertainment Centre 19
March 25, 2001 Sydney Centennial Park 20
March 28, 2001 Cairns Convention Centre
March 30, 2001 Brisbane Entertainment Centre 19
March 31, 2001 Ballina Kingsford Smith Park 21
North America (First Leg)
April 18, 2001 Boulder United States University Of Colorado 20
April 20, 2001 Kearney Viaero Event Center
April 21, 2001 Topeka Landon Arena
April 23, 2001 Lincoln Pershing Auditorium
April 24, 2001 Columbia Hearnes Center 19
April 25, 2001 Cape Girardeau Show Me Center
April 27, 2001 Knoxville Chilhowee Park 18
April 28, 2001 Charlotte Center City Fest 17
April 29, 2001 Blacksburg Burruss Auditorium 20
May 1, 2001 Asheville Asheville Civic Center 21
May 2, 2001 Dalton Trade & Convention Center
May 4, 2001 Atlanta Music Midtown 2001 18
May 5, 2001 Nashville Nashville River Stages 2001 15
May 6, 2001 Memphis Memphis in May 17
Europe
June 24, 2001 Trondheim Norway Sentrum/Torget 20
June 26, 2001 Bergen Nygårdsparken
June 28, 2001 Langesund Korshavn
June 29, 2001 Gothenburg Sweden Trädgårdsföreningen
June 30, 2001 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival 17
July 1, 2001 Helsingborg Sweden Sofiero Castle 20
July 3, 2001 Borgholm Borgholm Castle
July 5, 2001 Braunschweig Germany Stadthalle 21
July 7, 2001 Schwäbisch Universitätspark 20
July 8, 2001 Montreux Switzerland Montreux Jazz Festival
July 10, 2001 Brescia Italy Piazza del Duomo
July 12, 2001 Liverpool England Liverpool Summer Pops 21
July 13, 2001 Stirling Scotland Stirling Castle 22
July 15, 2001 Kilkenny Ireland Nowlan Park 17
July 17, 2001 Loerrach Germany Rötteln Castle 20
July 18, 2001 Bad Reichenhall Courtyard
July 20, 2001 La Spezia Italy Montepaschi Arena 22
July 22, 2001 Pa Scara Teatro P'Annunzio 21
July 24, 2001 Anzio Anzio Jazz Festival
July 25, 2001 Perugia Parco Arena D. San Giuliana
July 26, 2001 Naples Arena Flegrea
July 28, 2001 Taormina Teatro Greco 20
North America (Second Leg)
August 10, 2001 Des Moines United States Iowa State Fair 20
August 11, 2001 Sedalia Missouri State Fair
August 12, 2001 Springfield Illinois State Fair 18
August 14, 2001 Little Rock Riverfest Amphitheater 19
August 15, 2001 Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheater
August 16, 2001 Oklahoma City Century II Convention Hall 18
August 18, 2001 Pueblo Colorado State Fair
August 19, 2001 Vail Gerald Ford Amphitheater 16
August 20, 2001 Telluride Town Park 19
August 21, 2001
August 23, 2001 Sun City West Sundome For The Performing Arts
August 24, 2001 Las Vegas The Joint 21
August 25, 2001 Lancaster Antelope Valley Fair 20
North America (Third Leg)
October 5, 2001 Spokane United States Veterans Memorial Arena 20
October 6, 2001 Seattle KeyArena
October 7, 2001 Corvallis Gill Coliseum
October 9, 2001 Medford Compton Arena
October 10, 2001 Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
October 12, 2001 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose
October 13, 2001 San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
October 14, 2001 Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara Events Center
October 17, 2001 La Jolla RIMAC Arena
October 19, 2001 Los Angeles Staples Center 21
October 21, 2001 Denver Denver Coliseum 20
October 23, 2001 Sioux City Orpheum Theatre
October 24, 2001 La Crosse La Crosse Center
October 25, 2001 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center 21
October 27, 2001 Chicago United Center 23
October 28, 2001 Milwaukee U.S. Cellular Arena 21
October 30, 2001 Green Bay Veterans Memorial Arena 22
October 31, 2001 Madison Kohl Center
November 2, 2001 Terre Haute Hulman Center 21
November 3, 2001 Nashville Municipal Auditorium 22
November 4, 2001 Cincinnati Cintas Center 21
November 6, 2001 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
November 8, 2001 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 22
November 9, 2001 Detroit United States Cobo Arena 21
November 10, 2001 Columbus Nationwide Arena
November 11, 2001 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
November 13, 2001 Syracuse War Memorial Arena
November 14, 2001 Morgantown WVU Coliseum
November 15, 2001 Washington, D.C. MCI Center 22
November 17, 2001 Philadelphia Wachovia Spectrum 21
November 19, 2001 New York City Madison Square Garden 22
November 20, 2001 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 21
November 21, 2001 Manchester Verizon Wireless Arena
November 23, 2001 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center 22
November 24, 2001 Boston TD Garden

2002 Tour

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Never Ending Tour 2002
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start date January 31, 2002
End date November 22, 2002
Legs 3
Shows 77 in North America
29 in Europe
106 in Total
Date City Country Venue Songs
North America (First Leg)
January 31, 2002 Orlando United States TD Waterhouse Centre 20
February 1, 2002 Fort Lauderdale National Car Rental Center
February 2, 2002 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
February 5, 2002 Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum
February 6, 2002 Charleston North Charleston Coliseum
February 8, 2002 Winston-Salem LJ Veterans Memorial Coliseum
February 9, 2002 Atlanta Philips Arena
February 10, 2002 Charlotte Cricket Arena 21
February 11, 2002 Charleston Civic Center
February 13, 2002 Greenville BI-LO Center
February 15, 2002 Augusta James Brown Arena
February 16, 2002 Birmingham BJCC Arena
February 17, 2002 New Orleans Lakefront Arena 20
February 18, 2002 Tupelo BancorpSouth Center
February 20, 2002 Houston Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo 12
February 22, 2002 Dallas Reunion Arena 19
February 23, 2002 Bossier City CenturyTel Center
February 24, 2002 Austin Frank Erwin Center 20
Europe
April 5, 2002 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe 20
April 7, 2002 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum 21
April 8, 2002 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen 20
April 9, 2002 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
April 11, 2002 Berlin Treptow Arena 21
April 12, 2002 Leipzig Gewandhaus 20
April 13, 2002 Hanover TUI Arena 21
April 15, 2002 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle 20
April 16, 2002 Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
April 17, 2002 Munich Olympiahalle
April 19, 2002 Ravenna Italy Palazzo Mauro de André
April 20, 2002 Milan Mediolanum Forum 21
April 21, 2002 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion 20
April 23, 2002 Innsbruck Austria Messehalle
April 24, 2002 Nuremburg Germany Frankenhalle 21
April 25, 2002 Strasbourg France Rhenus Sport
April 27, 2002 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena 20
April 28, 2002 Brussels Belgium Forest National 21
April 29, 2002 Paris France Zénith de Paris
April 30, 2002
May 2, 2002 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
May 4, 2002 Brighton England Brighton Centre
May 5, 2002 Bournemouth International Centre
May 6, 2002 Cardiff Wales International Arena
May 8, 2002 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
May 9, 2002 Manchester MEN Arena
May 10, 2002 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre 20
May 11, 2002 London London Arena 19
May 12, 2002
North America (Second Leg)
August 2, 2002 Worcester United States Downstairs 19
August 3, 2002 Newport Fort Stage
August 4, 2002 Augusta Augusta Civic Center
August 6, 2002 Halifax Canada Metro Center
August 8, 2002 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
August 9, 2002 St. John Harbour Station 18
August 10, 2002 Quebec City L'Agora du Vieux Port
August 12, 2002 Montreal Molson Centre
August 13, 2002 Ottawa Corel Centre
August 15, 2002 Hamburg United States Grand Stand
August 16, 2002 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheatre
August 18, 2002 Baltimore United States Pimlico Race Course 14
August 19, 2002 Southampton Southampton College 18
August 21, 2002 Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium
August 22, 2002 Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Stadium
August 23, 2002 Fargo Newman Outdoor Field
August 24, 2002 Winnipeg Canada Winnipeg Arena
August 26, 2002 Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Place
August 27, 2002 Edmonton Skyreach Centre
August 28, 2002 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
August 30, 2002 Park City United States Deer Valley Outdoor Amphitheatre
August 31, 2002 Grand Junction Mesa County Fairgrounds
September 1, 2002 Aspen Buttermilk Mountain
North America (Third Leg)
October 4, 2002 Seattle United States KeyArena 21
October 5, 2002 Eugene McArthur Court
October 7, 2002 Red Bluff Pauline Davis Pavilion
October 8, 2002 Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
October 9, 2002
October 11, 2002 Berkeley Greek Theatre
October 12, 2002
October 13, 2002
Two Shows
Lake Tahoe Harrah's Lake Tahoe 15
October 15, 2002 Los Angeles Wiltern Theatre 20
October 16, 2002
October 17, 2002
October 19, 2002 San Diego San Diego State University
October 20, 2002 Las Vegas The Joint 18
October 21, 2002 Phoenix Veterans Memorial Coliseum 16
October 23, 2002 Tucson Valencia Tori Amphitheater 20
October 25, 2002 Bernalillo Events Center
October 26, 2002 Denver Pepsi Center
October 28, 2002 Kansas City Uptown Theatre
October 29, 2002 Ames Hilton Coliseum
October 30, 2002 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
November 1, 2002 Rosemont Allstate Arena
November 2, 2002 Dayton Hara Arena
November 3, 2002 Kent Memorial Gymnasium
November 5, 2002
2 Shows
Indianapolis Murat Theater 15
16
November 7, 2002 Ann Arbor Crisler Arena 20
November 8, 2002 Pittsburgh AJ Palumbo Center
November 9, 2002 Elmira First Arena
November 11, 2002 New York City Madison Square Garden
November 13, 2002 21
November 15, 2002 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 20
November 16, 2002 Boston TD Garden
November 17, 2002 Hartford XL Center
November 20, 2002 Kingston Ryan Center
November 21, 2002 Wilkes-Barre Mohegan Sun Arena
November 22, 2002 Fairfax Patriot Center

Notes

  1. ^ This musical and social process was captured by author Andrew Muir in his book Razor's Edge: Bob Dylan & the Never Ending Tour (2001).
  2. ^ Bjorner.com
  3. ^ "Log of every Dylan performance, 1958 to Today". Bjorner's Still on the Road. 2007-10-01. http://www.bjorner.com/DSN29620%20-%202007%20US%20Fall%20Tour.htm#DSN29830. 
  4. ^ Gray, The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia, 173
  5. ^ Bob Dylan's America by Douglas Brinkley, Rolling Stone, Issue 1078, May 14, 2009
  6. ^ Lister, David (1997-05-29). "Bob Dylan in hospital after heart scare". The Independent. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/bob-dylan-in-hospital-after-heart-scare-1263950.html. Retrieved 2009-06-06. 
  7. ^ "Dylan's introduction, August 15, 2002.". Bjorner's Still On the Road. 2002-08-15. http://www.bjorner.com/DSN24040%20-%202002%20US%20Summer%20Tour.htm#DSN24130. Retrieved 2007-06-16. 
  8. ^ "The Buffalo News, August 9, 2002". 2002-08-09. Archived from the original on 2009-08-08. http://web.archive.org/web/20090808000813/http://geocities.com/dragonraid/dylan/essay/hamburg.html. Retrieved 2007-06-16. 
  9. ^ http://www.bobdylan.com/tour/calendar/2000
  10. ^ http://www.bobdylan.com/tour/calendar/2001
  11. ^ http://www.bobdylan.com/tour/calendar/2002

External Links

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References

  • Gray, Michael (2006). The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia. Continuum International. ISBN 0-8264-6933-7. 
  • Muir, Andrew (2001). Razor's Edge: Bob Dylan & the Never Ending Tour. Helter Skelter. ISBN 1-900924-13-7. 

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