Bob Dylan returns with surprise ‘Modern Times’ follow-up

Bob Dylan

Bob DylanThis just came in, so I’m as surprised as everybody else about it. Seems like Bob Dylan is yet again widening his extensive discography with a new full length album, the follow-up to his previous, very well received 2006 “Modern Times.” Since then a somewhat revivalist cult movement has sprung out around him, with Bob Dylan being in the center of the modern music scene…again. As so, we’ve been granted to see a Bob Dylan biopic in the form of I’m Not There, last year’s Bootleg Vol 8 two part series, heck, even a Cadillac commercial!

The new album has yet to receive a name and, get ready, will be released sometime in ‘late April.’ That’s just a few weeks away! I’m not sure if his label is afraid of leaks or if Bob Dylan just wants to be spontenous. This is of lesser importance, anyway. What’s really important is that we’re soon going to have a ten track new Dylan album on our hands, and according to Rolling Stone it seems like this late career material might become one of his best.

If that’s not enough for you Dylan fans out there, the talented American singer/songwriter will also be touring through out Europe in the coming months.

Bob Dylan Europe tour:

March 23: Stockholm, Sweden – Globe Arena
March 25: Oslo, Norway – Spektrum
March 27: Jönköping, Sweden – Kinnarps Arena
March 28: Malmö, Sweden –Malmö Arena
March 29: Copenhagen, Denmark – Forum
March 31: Hanover, Germany – AWD Arena
April 1: Berlin, Germany – Max-SchmelingHalle
April 2: Erfurt, Germany – Messehalle
April 4: Munich, Germany – Zenith
April 5: Saarbrücken, Germany – Saarlandhalle
April 7: Paris, France – Palais des Congres
April 8: Paris, France – Palais des Congres
April 9: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Heineken Music Hall
April 12: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Heineken Music Hall
April 14: Basel, Switzerland – St. Jakobshalle
April 15: Milan, Italy – MediolanumForum
April 17: Rome, Italy – PalaLottomatica
April 18: Florence, Italy – MandelaForum
April 20: Geneva, Switzerland – Geneva Arena
April 21: Strasbourg, France – Zenith
April 22: Brussels, Belgium – Forest National
April 24: Sheffield, England – Sheffield Arena
April 25: London, England – O2 Arena
April 28: Cardiff, Wales – CIA
April 29: Birmingham, England – NIA
May 1: Liverpool, England – Echo Arena
May 2: Glasgow, Scotland – SECC
May 3: Edinburgh, Scotland – Edinburgh Playhouse
May 5: Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena
May 6: Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena

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