Cat Power to recreate legendary Bob Dylan concert at Royal Albert Hall

Cat Power Royal Albert Hall

Cat Power is recreating a classic Bob Dylan performance from the 1960s. On November 5, she’ll be performing at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and in celebration of sharing the stage where Bob Dylan recorded a pair of legendary concerts in 1966, she’ll be playing the very same setlist that he did (including an acoustic set followed by an electric set)—as heard on The Bootleg Series Vol. 4—which should be a natural fit for an artist whose repertoire includes some great covers albums.

“When I finally got the opportunity to play The RAH, it was a no brainer,” Marshall said in a statement. “I just wanted to sing Dylan songs. And as much as any, this collection of his songs, to me, belong there.”

Tickets for the show go on sale on Friday.

Hear her take on Dylan’s “Paths of Victory” from her 2000 album The Covers Record.

Cat Power’s Moon Pix is featured on our list, A History of Indie Folk in 45 Albums.

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