Flashback: Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones Perform ‘Like a Rolling Stone’

They played together during a 1998 South American tour

Dylan has been friends with the Stones for decades, and he’s performed numerous times with Keith Richards and Ron Wood (most notably at Live Aid). But this was the only time he actually performed with the full band. At the 1988 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony he performed “Like a Rolling Stone” and “Satisfaction” with Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, John Fogerty, the Beach Boys, Little Richard, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, Les Paul, Neil Young, Elton John, Ben E. King, Jeff Beck and about 20 other people, but that doesn’t quite count, either. It was pretty cool, though just a tad sloppy. As it turns out, 15 guitar players don’t actually improve a song.

Rolling Stone

I wanna jump up and down with Mick & scream and shout… How does it feel / How does it feel / To be on your own / With no direction home / Like a complete unknown / Like a rolling stone ?

Rock ‘n Roll is not dead!!!!

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