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Bob Dylan

Person  Male  Born 24/5/1941 

Musician, singer-songwriter. Born Robert Allen Zimmerman in Minnesota. He was invited to appear in a BBC TV drama ‘The Madhouse on Castle Street” and consequently he was in London December 1962 – January 1963.  His role in the play included singing “Blowin’ in the Wind” but the tape was wiped, as were most TV recordings at that time. During this first visit to the UK he appeared at a number of London venues including The Troubadour, Les Cousins, Bunjies and The Water Rats. The picture shows him in BBC TV studios in 1965.

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Dylan's first UK venue

The Guardian has a photo of Dylan performing at the 'Singers Club'. This clu...

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