Band perform folk legend's co-penned track 'Love Rescue Me'
U2 wished Bob Dylan a happy 70th birthday during their 360° tour show in Salt Lake City last night (May 24).
The band performed a rare rendition of ‘Love Rescue Me’, a track Dylan co-wrote for their 1988 album ‘Rattle And Hum’ at the Rice-Eccles Stadium. Bono then wished the folk legend many happy returns with the help of the crowd.
Watch footage of the singer paying tribute to Dylan by clicking below.
Later in the show Bono threw snippets of Dylan classics ‘The Times They Are A-Changin” and ‘Blowin’ In The Wind’ into ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’ into the setlist.
U2 were among a host of stars who paid tribute to Dylan on his big day yesterday. Arcade Fire, Kings Of Leon, Slash and My Chemical Romance also offered their best wishes to him.
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