Bob Dylan Birthday Bash 2017 

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Local musician Chris Parriera organized his seventh annual Dylan tribute event as well as performed on guitar and harmonica, singing his favorite Dylan songs.
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Jake Wiegant provided guitar and vocals for The Detours as they covered the Nashville Skyline album.
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Jan Bramlett joined Morgan Corviday in duet covers of three of Dylan's songs.
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Jeff Kelley provided guitar accompaniment for Leslie Quinn and then rocked a solo version of "It's Alright, Ma."
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Les (a.k.a. Les Glen back in the day) Scharnberg got intense with his cover of "Gotta Serve Somebody."
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Souvenier buttons of the seventh annual Dylan Birthday Bash were offered to the large crowd.
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Leslie Quinn provided great covers of Dylan songs.
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Marc Jeffares provided mandolin, keyboard and vocals for The Detours as they covered the Nashville Skyline album.
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Matt Brody sang his favorite song from Dylan's Blood on the Tracks album.
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Singer Megan Hensley led off the evening with sweet versions of “You Ain’t Going No Where,” “Most of the Time” and “Ring Them Bells.”
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Morgan Corviday and Jan Bramlett provided sweet duet covers of three of Dylan's songs.
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Zack Zwerdling provided guitar accompaniment for Megan Hensley to lead off the event.
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Rick Levin of The Detours commented about how short the songs were on the Nashville Skyline album.
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Rosalind Parducci sang “Shelter From The Storm,” while picking out her accompaniment on her viola.
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The Yokels, led by vocalist and guitar player Steve Irwin, performed great versions of “Highway 61,” “My Back Pages” and “Dear Landlord.”
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Local musician Chris Parriera organized his seventh annual Dylan tribute event as well as performed on guitar and harmonica, singing his favorite Dylan songs.

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