Bob Dylan and Neil Young Play Together for First Time in 25 Years
The rock legends performed “Will The Circle Be Unbroken” in Ireland
For the first time since 1994 at the Roseland Ballroom in New York, Bob Dylan and Neil Young shared the stage for a duet.
At their co-headlining show at Ireland’s Nowlan Park on Sunday, the aging rockers closed out the night with a joint rendition of “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.”
For Dylan, it was the first time he performed the traditional tune since a Rolling Thunder Revue concert in 1976. Young has played the song with Willie Nelson four times between 1995 and 2018.
Bob Dylan and Neil young on the same stage. Might never see it again!! Great gig pic.twitter.com/ktGgDgVAkf
— Eoghan Hickey (@eoghan_hickey) July 14, 2019
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LIVE STREAM KILKENNY REBROADCAST 07-14-19 Ireland While the NY + POTR stream worked for many, there were still issues with some browsers and ios devices. DANG NABBIT#@*?!! We promise to get to the bottom of it and sort it out! In the meantime we’ve decided to re-broadcast the Kilkenny show for you all on The Archives for 24 hours sometime this week. Stay tuned! Thanks for listening – NYA ( p.s. – it won’t include this song… this is just a little snippet from a cell phone, peace )
The two stars also co-headlined a show at London’s Hyde Park on Friday evening but did not take the stage together.
Here’s a longer recording of Sunday’s performance:
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