Howard Fishman Performs Bob Dylan
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium (40 Lincoln Center Plaza, Manhattan)

Fifty years ago this year, Bob Dylan released his eponymous debut album. To mark the occasion, songwriter and Dylan interpreter Howard Fishman curates an evening which encourages the audience to encounter Dylan the way the world would have fifty years ago. Fishman and a roster of incredible musicians respond to Dylan salute this vibrant, working artist whose power to inspire and beguile remains – a half century later -undiminished.

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