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Bob Dylan in London - Troubadour Tales

K G Miles, Jackie Lee

Publisher: McNidder and Grace

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Summary

'A must have for Dylan enthusiasts, lovers of London, and anyone with even a passing interest in the history of music. I devoured it in two sittings - and I loved it!' Conor McPherson, playwright, Girl from the North Country
This is both a guide and history on the impact of London on Dylan, and the lasting legacy of Bob Dylan on the London music scene.
Bob Dylan in London celebrates this journey, and allows readers to experience his London and follow in his footsteps to places such as the King and Queen pub (the first venue that Dylan performed at in London), the Savoy hotel and Camden Town.
This book explores the key London places and times that helped to create one of the greatest of all popular musicians, Bob Dylan.
Available since: 02/04/2021.
Print length: 160 pages.

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