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Bob Dylan brings first night of London Feis to a close

Legendary singer plays the 21st anniversary revival of the London Fleadh

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Bob Dylan played his only UK festival show of the summer last night (June 18) at the London Feis.

Performing at London's Finsbury Park, the folk music legend switched between keys, guitar and harmonica throughout his headline set.

The site had been subjected to showers during the day but for the most part, the rain held off during Dylan’s set, which included 'Like A Rolling Stone', which prompted a mass singalong from the crowd.



Dylan, who wore a black suit and a white hat during the performance, spoke to the audience only to introduce his band during the encore.

Bob Dylan played:

'Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking'
'It's All Over Now Baby, Baby Blue'
'Things Have Changed'
'Tangled Up In Blue'
'Summer Days'
'Simple Twist Of Fate'
'Cold Irons Bound'
'A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall'
'Highway 61 Revisited'
'Forgetful Heart'
'Thunder On The Mountain'
'Ballad Of A Thin Man'
'Like A Rolling Stone'
'All Along The Watchtower'
'Blowin In The Wind'


The two-day festival continues today (19) with performances from the likes of Van Morrison, Thin Lizzy, Jimmy Cliff and Fionn Regan.

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