Bob Dylan has had fotoförbud at their concerts for years, but usually still see between the fingers when the audience takes pictures with their cell phones so long as it's not with flash. But not yesterday.
In a clip, published by Rolling Stone , shows how Dylan interrupts the classic ”Blowing in the wind” after just one verse to mutter something unintelligible about the pictures in the microphone. Since slopes, he angrily back to evoking pose with their band members, but the stumble was enough of an amplifier and saves himself narrowly from that stupa.
the mic again, he notes: ”We can either strike a pose or play. Okay?” and get a nervous ”Play!” from the audience response.
Seen from the bright side, however, was scoldings almost as a small gift to the audience, because he almost never talks at their concerts. ”Rather an angry and verbal Dylan than a quiet and happy Dylan”, as the old saying goes (not) obey.
Bob Dylan's tour will take him to Stockholm, Gothenburg and Karlstad in the summer.