"I’m a-leavin’ tomorrow, but I could leave today" – Bob Dylan at Beacon Theatre, 6th of December, 2019

It sure has been one helluva ride since the young Bob Zimmerman came ramblin' outa the wild west, a thousand miles from home, and into the freezing New York in January 1961. As he himself puts it in Chronicles: "The biting wind hit me in the face. At last I was here, in New York … Continue reading "I’m a-leavin’ tomorrow, but I could leave today" – Bob Dylan at Beacon Theatre, 6th of December, 2019

"He Was An Outlaw, So Sad, But True" – Bob Dylan at Beacon Theatre, 5th of Desember, 2019

Why do we need "Lenny Bruce" today? Maybe because the question really is: Why do we need Lenny Bruce today? Surely one of the highlights of every show this fall, and indeed of those three shows I've seen this week, "Lenny Bruce" rings true like never before, Dylan fully integrates the three brothers Ethos, Pathos, … Continue reading "He Was An Outlaw, So Sad, But True" – Bob Dylan at Beacon Theatre, 5th of Desember, 2019

"It's Mighty Funny, The End Of Time Has Just Begun" – Bob Dylan at Beacon Theatre, 3rd of December, 2019

The harmonica solos might have been the greatest highlights of this night at "The Beacon", from "Simple Twist of Fate" to "When I Paint My Masterpiece" and then to a fabulous ending of "Make You Feel My Love", with Dylan breathing all of his love into the air, each time to thunderous applause from an … Continue reading "It's Mighty Funny, The End Of Time Has Just Begun" – Bob Dylan at Beacon Theatre, 3rd of December, 2019

"Not Dark Yet" – Bob Dylan At The Beacon Theatre, 2nd of December 2019

Sometimes it snows in December. Today is one such sad and lonesome day. It's cold and wet and dark as people gather at "The Beacon", some trying to get warm, some trying to get enlightened. The late great James Baldwin, who died the 1st of December in 1987, said that “The precise role of the … Continue reading "Not Dark Yet" – Bob Dylan At The Beacon Theatre, 2nd of December 2019