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Announces 2024 tour in support of cat power sings dylan: the 1966 royal albert hall concert     north american, uk & european dates follow already sold-out carnegie hill performance on feb 14th 2024.

Renowned singer-songwriter  Cat Power  has announced a wide-ranging headline tour that will see her celebrating her acclaimed new live album,  Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert , with complete performances of the 15-song concert around the world. North American dates get underway February 12th 2024 at Red Bank, NJ’s historic Count Basie Theater and then continue through mid-March. EU/UK dates follow in April, with stops set for prestigious venues in Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, and in the United Kingdom,  London’s Palladium  on  May 1st 2024 . All tickets go on sale this Friday, November 17th at 10am (local). For complete details and ticket information, please see  www.catpowermusic.com/#tour .    Earlier this week saw Cat Power herald the release of Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert with a powerful live performance of  “Like A Rolling Stone”  on NBC’s  The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon , streaming now. 

Cat Power – Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert Tour  

December 2023  2 – Memphis, TN – Crosstown Theater (SOLD OUT)  February 2024  12 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theater  13 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre  14 – New York, NY – Carnegie Hall (SOLD OUT)  16 – Troy, NY – Troy Savings Bank Music Hall  17 – Medford, MA – The Chevalier Theatre  18 – Portsmouth, NH – The Music Hall  20 – Washington, DC – Lincoln Theatre  22 – Atlanta, GA – The Eastern  23 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall  25 – Nashville, TN – Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum  27 – Evanston, IL – Northwestern University Cahn Auditorium  29 – Des Moines, IA – Hoyt Sherman Place (Theatre)  March 2024  1 – St. Paul, MN – The Fitzgerald Theater  2 – Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theater  4 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre  6 – Santa Barbara, CA – Lobero Theatre  7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel  8 – San Francisco, CA – Herbst Theatre  9 – Napa, CA – Uptown Theatre  11 – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall  13 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre  April 2024  20 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus  21 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Konserthus  23 – Berlin, Germany – Admiralspalast  24 – Frankfurt, Germany – Alte Oper/Mozartsaal  26 – Nantes, France – Cité des Congrès de Nantes  28 – Paris, France – Folies Bergère  May 2024  1 – London, United Kingdom – London Palladium 

Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert  is available to buy on DomMart-exclusive clear-coloured double vinyl, Indies-exclusive white-coloured double vinyl, standard double vinyl, double CD and digitally. Buy:  DomMart  |  Digital

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This was the second time that I've seen Cat Power at the Roseland. The first time, I sat in the balcony. It was a disappointing show, given that you could hardly hear the vocals. A number of times, the artist had to motion to the sound person to up the levels. This time, I watched from the floor and it couldn't have been a more different experience. It was transcendent. Just a great performance all around. Wonderful song choices, and the lighting promoted the atmosphere. The band was tighter than I remember them being the last time I saw them. I wish that it could have gone on all night.

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Held at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966 – but long known as the Royal Albert Hall Concert due to a mislabeled bootleg – Bob Dylan once performed, switching from acoustic to electric midway through the show, drawing ire from an audience of folk purists and forever altering the course of rock-and-roll.

In her own rendition of that historic night, Cat Power comes to The London Palladium for Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert . The artist otherwise known as Chan Marshall inhabits each song with equal parts conviction and grace and a palpable sense of protectiveness, ultimately transposing the anarchic tension of Dylan’s set with a warm and luminous joy. Now captured on the live album Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert , Marshall’s spellbinding performance both lovingly honors her hero’s imprint on history and brings a stunning new vitality to many of his most revered songs.

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14th november 2023.

Renowned singer-songwriter Cat Power has announced a wide-ranging headline tour that will see her celebrating her acclaimed new live album, Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert , with complete performances of the 15-song concert around the world. North American dates get underway February 12, 2024 at Red Bank, NJ’s historic Count Basie Theater and then continue through mid-March. Highlights include a sold-out performance at New York’s legendary Carnegie Hall (February 14) as well as newly announced shows at Nashville, TN’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s CMA Theater (February 25), Los Angeles, CA’s The Theatre at Ace Hotel (March 7), San Francisco, CA’s Herbst Theatre (March 8), and Portland, OR’s Revolution Hall (March 11). EU/UK dates follow in April, with stops set for prestigious venues in Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom. North American tickets go on sale this Friday, November 17 at 10am (local). For complete details and ticket information, please see www.catpowermusic.com/#tour . 

In case you missed it, last night saw Cat Power herald the release of Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert with a powerful live performance of “ Like A Rolling Stone ” on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon , streaming now.

FEBRUARY 2024  12 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theater 13 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre 14 – New York, NY – Carnegie Hall (SOLD OUT) 16 – Troy, NY – Troy Savings Bank Music Hall 17 – Medford, MA – The Chevalier Theatre 18 – Portsmouth, NH – The Music Hall 20 – Washington, DC – Lincoln Theatre 22 – Atlanta, GA – The Eastern 23 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall 25 – Nashville, TN – Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum 27 – Evanston, IL – Northwestern University Cahn Auditorium 29 – Des Moines, IA – Hoyt Sherman Place (Theatre) 

MARCH 2024   1 – St. Paul, MN – The Fitzgerald Theater 2 – Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theater 4 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre 6 – Santa Barbara, CA – Lobero Theatre 7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel 8  – San Francisco, CA – Herbst Theatre 9  – Napa, CA – Uptown Theatre 11 – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall 13 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre 

APRIL 2024  20 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus 21 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Konserthus 23 – Berlin, Germany – Admiralspalast 24 – Frankfurt, Germany – Alte Oper/Mozartsaal 26 – Nantes, France – Cité des Congrès de Nantes 28 –Paris, France – Folies Bergère 

MAY 2024  1 – London, United Kingdom – London Palladium 

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In November 2022, Cat Power took the stage at London’s Royal Albert Hall and delivered a song-for-song recreation of one of the most fabled and transformative live sets of all time. Held at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966—but long known as the “Royal Albert Hall Concert” due to a mislabeled bootleg—the original performance saw Bob Dylan switching from acoustic to electric midway through the show, drawing ire from an audience of folk purists and forever altering the course of rock-and-roll. In her own rendition of that historic night, the artist otherwise known as Chan Marshall inhabited each song with equal parts conviction and grace and a palpable sense of protectiveness, ultimately transposing the anarchic tension of Dylan’s set with a warm and luminous joy. Now captured on the live album  Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert , Marshall’s spellbinding performance both lovingly honors her hero’s imprint on history and brings a stunning new vitality to many of his most revered songs.

Tracklisting

  • 1 She Belongs To Me - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 2 Fourth Time Around - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 3 Visions Of Johanna - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 4 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 5 Desolation Row - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 6 Just Like A Woman - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 7 Mr. Tambourine Man - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 8 Tell Me, Momma - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 9 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 10 Baby, Let Me Follow You Down - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 11 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 12 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 13 One Too Many Mornings - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 14 Ballad Of A Thin Man - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 15 Like A Rolling Stone - Live at the Royal Albert Hall

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Cat Power Details World Tour Celebrating New Bob Dylan Tribute Album

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Cat Power has announced an expansive 2024 tour celebrating her new live album,  Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert , with complete performances of the 15-song concert around the U.S. and Europe.

The tour is set to kick off on February 12th at the Count Basie Theater in Red Bank, NJ and make its way through the East Coast and South with stops at New York’s Carnegie Hall (2/14), The Eastern in Atlanta (2/22), and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum ‘s CMA Theater in Nashville (2/25). From there, Power will head through the Midwest with stops in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin on route to the West Coast for shows at Los Angeles, CA’s The Theater at Ace Hotel (3/7), San Francisco, CA’s Herbst Theater (3/8), and Portland, OR’s Revolution Hall (3/11). EU/UK dates follow in April, with stops in Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom.

Tickets for the North American dates go on sale this Friday, November 17th at 10 a.m. local venue time. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Cat Power’s website .

This week Cat Power stopped by NBC ‘s  The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to celebrate the album’s release with a performance of “Like A Rolling Stone”. Watch her appearance below, and stream the album below or on your preferred streaming platform .

CAT POWER SINGS DYLAN: THE 1966 ROYAL ALBERT HALL CONCERT 2024 TOUR:

FEBRUARY 2024 12 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theater 13 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theater 14 – New York, NY – Carnegie Hall (SOLD OUT) 16 – Troy, NY – Troy Savings Bank Music Hall 17 – Medford, MA – The Chevalier Theater 18 – Portsmouth, NH – The Music Hall 20 – Washington, DC – Lincoln Theater 22 – Atlanta, GA – The Eastern 23 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall 25 – Nashville, TN – Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum 27 – Evanston, IL – Northwestern University Cahn Auditorium 29 – Des Moines, IA – Hoyt Sherman Place (Theatre) MARCH 2024 1 – St. Paul, MN – The Fitzgerald Theater 2 – Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theater 4 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theater 6 – Santa Barbara, CA – Lobero Theater 7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Theater at Ace Hotel 8 – San Francisco, CA – Herbst Theater 9 – Napa, CA – Uptown Theater 11 – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall 13 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theater APRIL 2024 20 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus 21 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Konserthus 23 – Berlin, Germany – Admiralspalast 24 – Frankfurt, Germany – Alte Oper/Mozartsaal 26 – Nantes, France – Cité des Congrès de Nantes 28 –Paris, France – Folies Bergère MAY 2024 1 – London, United Kingdom – London Palladium

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After breakups, breakdowns, stalkers and worse, Chan Marshall has rewritten her bleakest lyrics and recorded an album of highly personal covers. ‘We all need sweetness,’ she says

C han Marshall is sitting cross-legged on a bed, crying. It’s a sniffly, unselfconscious kind of crying, tears smudging sooty eyeshadow. Thirty years into her often wayward career as the US singer-songwriter Cat Power , she is crying because in a few weeks’ time she is 50 and she can’t believe she made it, that life turned out OK, that she’s happy. At least, happier than she was when she turned 30, the day her then boyfriend “stood me up”. Or her 40th, when she felt controlled in the relationship she was in.

“He was involved with this church,” she explains. “I wasn’t allowed to have friends. Or a party. So … hmm. I’m so sorry.” She shakes her head, reaches across the bed and clutches my hand. “It’s heavy, dude.” She takes a bolstering tug on a cigarette. “The 20s were so fucking difficult, like: ‘Oh, now I gotta do this some more?’” she carries on. “Turning 40 was: ‘Uuuurgh, well I made it this far, but it’s got to get better.’”

She stubs her cigarette out. “Tell me about Shirley Manson!” she suddenly shouts, grinding back into the top gear she was in seconds before her emotional implosion. “Have you met her? Cunt! That’s what she calls me; we call each other cunt. The first thing she said to me was: ‘I fucking love ya!’”

Walking into her almost comically dimly lit hotel room in east London, Marshall is the personification of chaos. She is barefoot on the crumpled bed, wearing a navy boilersuit with one underarm seam completely fallen apart. She crackles with kinetic energy, is talking compulsively in silly accents (mine, her PR’s, the waiter bringing peppermint tea) while rummaging through packages of medical paraphernalia, not the drugs you might have once expected but a Covid PCR test (“Is this the one that goes right up to your brain?”). There are no seats so I join her on the bed, a socked foot inadvertently heading straight for her nose. “Oh, my son loves sticking his foot up my nose!” she cackles. Hers is a warm personality, overfriendly even, bearing zero resemblance to the spectral sound of what the press once referred to as the “Queen of Sadcore”. Even if she has just yelped, when questioned over the lack of light, “I like the dark!”

Since her sonically stark debut album Dear Sir in 1995, Marshall (full name Charlyn, Chan pronounced Shawn), has been a singular presence in US alt-rock, her musical evolution mirroring that of her inner life, from sparse, gloomy 90s grunge (she howled more than sang), to the haunting vocal depth of her multilayered atmospherics today. This year she releases her third covers record, Covers (her 11th studio album), her most compelling collection yet, a poignantly reimagined spectrum from Frank Ocean’s poetic hymnal Bad Religion to Billie Holiday’s devastating I’ll Be Seeing You to Iggy Pop’s masterclass in woozy hypnosis, Endless Sea. In her early years, she laughs, “I couldn’t sing”, but it wasn’t just that; hers was the sound of psychic trauma. On Covers she has also rewritten her 2006 song Hate, its most famed lyrics now in the past tense: “I hated myself and I wanted to die.” No more. It’s what we hope to hear from the damaged: progress. It wasn’t easy. “It’s not easy for anybody, though,” she urges. “Some people have no chance at all.”

Marshall’s upbringing was chronically insecure, breadline working class in Atlanta, Georgia, the youngest daughter of two in a family riven by hereditary alcoholism. She constantly moved home and schools, largely brought up by her much-adored grandmother with her blues musician dad mostly absent. “I met my mom when I was four and a half; she left when I was born and came back.” Does she know where she was? “No one does.” Was this alcohol-related? “A few different things,” she says. “I can’t say on the record because” – she eyes the recorder between us – “technology sends messages to certain companies that … Uuuuuuuh . ”

She changes the subject to recollections of her beloved “father figure”, an African American neighbour called Patrick Kelly who would go on to become a renowned fashion designer in Paris in the 80s and died of Aids in 1990. He looked after Marshall and her sister when no one was home. “He’d dress me up with braids and afros and the black, beautiful, skinny models would come and I was wearing my mom’s platform high heels.” Kelly had good reason to watch over the girls, which causes Marshall to suddenly stammer.

“W… w… w… we lived in the city and men would come to the window, and try the door, and get in the apartment,” she remembers. “We had five locks on the door. I’m five, six. I was terrified. Every single day. I was frightened of getting murdered. The bedroom door was always locked. To this day I sleep with my bedroom door locked. It’s hard growing up as a child when there’s addiction in the home because there is no sense of security, y’know? It breeds this need to constantly create security.”

Nonetheless, Marshall forged an insecure working life as an alternative rock musician, honed on the Atlanta rock scene of the early 90s. She withstood countless personal tragedies (she lost friends to Aids, cancer, suicide), and struggled with depression, psychotic visions, alcohol and prescription drug addiction. She’s always been honest about her mental health problems. She had a dramatic breakdown in 2006, still heartbroken from losing the love of her life to another woman at 27, an unnamed man who became “paranoid schizophrenic, addicted to drugs, bulimic, institutionalised many times, jailed many times”. She’d been hiding from the pain in booze, drinking from morning till night (she first drank beer aged five and smoked cigarettes aged six, because everyone else in the room did).

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Rock bottom arrived on tour, when she discovered he was now living with his latest girlfriend. “I was gonna end my life that evening,” she nods (she’d written goodbye letters to her friends and family). “It was always clear to me as a little kid, I knew exactly how to do it. My mom had a shotgun.”

She was saved by a vigilant friend, who took her to rehab, where sobriety and therapy “saved my fucking life” (she stopped drinking for 18 months and, through therapy, has learned to drink casually). That year she met Karl Lagerfeld during a promotional tour for her album The Greatest, the pair becoming friends, leading to modelling work for Chanel. Lagerfeld told her: “You have class, working class.”

That year she also had stalkers (“Cat Power fucking wackos”). With her neighbours’ help, she physically ousted four different men who broke into her apartment. The home she has had in Miami for the past 15 years has a security system and shatterproof glass. I inquire whether there have been other shady experiences with men, in the music industry, over her 30 years as a touring musician.

“More than I can remember ,” she scoffs, alarmingly. “Besides murder? Everything else.” She lights another cigarette. She tells me about an incident in her 20s that she didn’t report at the time, “because women are like, the divine forgivers, y’know?” Eleven days later, her PR emails saying the normally heroically open Marshall is no longer comfortable about the specific details being made public. She did say that if what happened to her then, happened to her at 25 now, in these zero-tolerance times, “Oh, he’d be dead, I’d be in jail.”

For Marshall, in 2022, life is almost stable, finally, despite ongoing financial instability. “It’s very hard,” she says, “that’s why I tour.” A musical lifer, she describes her vocation as “a worker in song, as Leonard Cohen said”. She is a strident champion of young, progressive people, “who understand everything is fucked on a global scale”, whose sheer numbers nonetheless, she’s certain, makes them poised to overthrow “the motherfuckers in power who don’t give a shit about anything except a dick in space!” She lives with her six-year-old son, Boaz, in Miami (she has never named the father), and says the happiest moments of her life today are “just playing with my son, he’s so funny”. She is single, open to romance, and five months ago had “a reconnection” with her first love, a boy she “held hands with once when I was 14 for three seconds”.

“I hadn’t been with a man in seven years, and I had a … little lovin’,” she twinkles. “It was so sweet. That’s what I really needed, sweetness. We all need sweetness. What about you? When did you last … D’you get it often?”

Taken aback, I blurt out that I’m now at an age where the biggest thrill in my cohabiting life, this week at least, has been the installation of an induction hob in the kitchen, to which she roars: “Awesome!” I am halfway out of the door when her voice peals one last time through the gloom: “You gotta tell your man: ‘Tonight, you’re gonna fuck me on the stove, baby!’ Right? With a little weed … ”

Covers is out now via Domino.

In the UK and Ireland, Samaritans can be contacted on 116 123 or email [email protected] or [email protected]. In the US, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. In Australia, the crisis support service Lifeline is 13 11 14. Other international helplines can be found at www.befrienders.org .

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Article contributed by big hassle media | published on tuesday, november 14, 2023.

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Renowned singer-songwriter Cat Power has announced a wide-ranging headline tour that will see her celebrating her acclaimed new live album, Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert , with complete performances of the 15-song concert around the world. North American dates get underway February 12, 2024 at Red Bank, NJ's historic Count Basie Theater, and then continue through mid-March. Highlights include a sold-out performance at New York's legendary Carnegie Hall (February 14) as well as newly announced shows at Nashville, TN's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's CMA Theater (February 25), Los Angeles, CA's The Theater at Ace Hotel (March 7), San Francisco, CA's Herbst Theater (March 8), and Portland, OR's Revolution Hall (March 11). EU/UK dates follow in April, with stops set for prestigious venues in Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom. North American tickets go on sale this Friday, November 17 at 10am (local). For complete details and ticket information, please see www.catpowermusic.com/#tour .

In case you missed it, last night saw Cat Power herald the release of Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert with a powerful live performance of “ Like A Rolling Stone ” on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, streaming now.

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12 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theater

13 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theater

14 – New York, NY – Carnegie Hall (SOLD OUT)

16 – Troy, NY – Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

17 – Medford, MA – The Chevalier Theater

18 – Portsmouth, NH – The Music Hall

20 – Washington, DC – Lincoln Theater

22 – Atlanta, GA – The Eastern

23 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall

25 – Nashville, TN – Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

27 – Evanston, IL – Northwestern University Cahn Auditorium

29 – Des Moines, IA – Hoyt Sherman Place (Theatre)

1 – St. Paul, MN – The Fitzgerald Theater

2 – Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theater

4 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theater

6 – Santa Barbara, CA – Lobero Theater

7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Theater at Ace Hotel

8 – San Francisco, CA – Herbst Theater

9 – Napa, CA – Uptown Theater

11 – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall

13 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theater

20 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus

21 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Konserthus

23 – Berlin, Germany – Admiralspalast

24 – Frankfurt, Germany – Alte Oper/Mozartsaal

26 – Nantes, France – Cité des Congrès de Nantes

28 –Paris, France – Folies Bergère

1 – London, United Kingdom – London Palladium

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Cat Power sings iconic Bob Dylan tour at the Basie in Red Bank

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How does it feel to be a Rolling Stone?

Find out Monday, Feb. 12, at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank as indie rocker Cat Power begins the U.S. leg of her “Cat Power Sings Dylan” tour.

Cat Power, aka Atlanta native Chan Marshall, recently released the critically acclaimed “Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert,” which re-interprets Dylan's famous UK concert where he went electric.

“Opening in Red Bank is particularly special — just like in 1966 when Bob played those songs at (Manchester) Free (Trade) Hall, the night before he played them at Royal Albert Hall," said Cat Power via email. "It's an absolute nod to that initial gesture. New Jersey has soooo much soul.”

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It's a quirk of rock 'n' roll history — and a mislabeled bootleg record — that the show is identified as taking place at the Royal Albert Hall. It actually went down at the Manchester Free Trade Hall just prior to the Royal Albert Hall show. Deeper still, Dylan actually first went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.

“Some of the greatest people in life and people in rock 'n' roll history are from New Jersey!” said Cat Power. “The earnestness of my New Jersey fam is similar to when people say the nicest people are from the Midwest. True, but give New Jersey the bone for once! I'm honored to begin my tour with the Red Bank crew. They know how to get down!!”

The same cannot be said of 1966 “Royal Albert Hall” concert crowd. They infamously called Dylan “Judas” for going electric. Cat Power recorded her album at the actual Royal Albert Hall in 2022.

No cries of “Judas!” these days, but plenty of soulful, prairie-whirled rock 'n' roll and the yearning echoes of Al Cooper's organ, played by Jordan Summers, will ring into the night.

Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone” sounds especially fantastic on the album.

“Taking this album out on the road is a perfect storm. I had no intention of recording the live show at Royal Albert Hall in London,” Cat Power said. “I was so honored to be able to actually do something like this — that recording the show was purely an afterthought.

"I hope I can deliver these songs with the same resonance, clarity and presence for every night," she added. "I am so grateful to have this job. I am so grateful to Bob as the Mount Everest of American songwriters to basically create my job for me. I can't say I would even be alive today if I hadn't become a songwriter. I feel certain Bob had a lot to do with it.”

Go : Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12, Count Basie Center for the Arts, 99 Monmouth St., Red Bank, $49.40 to $99.50; thebasie.org.

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Cat Power Announces Bob Dylan Tribute Concert at Carnegie Hall

Ahead of her new live album Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert

Cat Power Announces Bob Dylan Tribute Concert at Carnegie Hall

Last month, Cat Power announced a new live album Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert,  documenting her November 2022 performance during which she recreated Bob Dylan’s infamous show at the same London venue. She’s now bringing that experience to New York City’s Carnegie Hall next year — on Valentine’s Day, to be exact.

Dylan himself hasn’t performed at New York City’s Carnegie Hall since 1965, making Cat Power’s performance all the more special. Tickets to the show on February 14th, 2024 go on sale this Friday, October 27th at 11:00 a.m. ET via the venue’s website .

Additionally, Cat Power will stage three previously announced shows in Los Angeles next month, including two dates at the Troubadour on November 6th and 7th and a one-off at the Palace Theatre on November 8th.

Update: Cat Power has announced a full-fledged Dylan tribute tour .

Pre-orders  for  Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert  are ongoing. She previously teased the release by sharing her live versions of “She Belongs to Me” and “Ballad of a Thin Man.” Now, to to coincide with today’s news, she’s unveiled her versions of “Mr. Tambourine Man” and “Like a Rolling Stone,” which can be streamed below.

Meanwhile, Dylan is on a tour of his own , and you can grab remaining tickets here .

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C at Power performed an evening of Bob Dylan covers at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Wednesday, executing a mesmerizing display of artistic admiration in one of the world’s most famous venues.

Power’s show, billed as Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert, has now made its way to a handful American cities. The singer-songwriter first performed the set in November 2022 at the prestigious London venue, playing the same set of half-acoustic, half-electric songs Dylan performed there nearly 60 years ago.

“Happy Valentine’s,” she said from the Carnegie stage, “especially for us who have been low a long time.”

Dylan’s work has been covered for years and will continue to be, but Power is able to set herself apart. For one, her deep, rich, nearly-tenor voice almost immediately demands full attention, particularly in a space where the acoustics are among the very best.

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For another, perhaps owing to now having performed the material live for a year and a half, she has an uncanny ability to mimic Dylan’s own approach to performing his songs, playing with the delivery of her vocals in much the same way he does himself. Some lines are delayed, others are unloaded early so as to practically catch the listener off guard. Some are cut off seemingly mid-word, others are dragged out for maximum effect. This is, Power’s performance emphasized, not the time for perfection, grandiose showmanship or expectation.

Power’s arrangement of the songs sticks closely to the originals, though from time to time she threw in an ad lib or an extra word. “ She acts like we never met, you know the type ,” in “I Don’t Believe You,” or “ I just wish he’d take that fucking thing off his head ” in “Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat.”

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There is also something to be said about the innate power, no pun intended, of a woman singing a Dylan song without any gender-specific lyrical changes — lines like “ she aches just like a woman ” are dropped on the audience with a different weight.

As the electric portion of the set began, an undeniable shift occurred in the audience, as though a hidden switch had been turned on. But unlike in 1966, when concert-goers booed Dylan for plugging in, Carnegie’s crowd rose to their feet — a few bold attendees even took it upon themselves to jokingly shout “Judas!” It is easy to see, in retrospect, the kind of shock concert-goers then might have experienced, suddenly hit with a wall of sound.

“ I’m going back to New York City, I do believe I’ve had enough ,” Power sang in “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues,” earning a rapturous round of applause. Over decades, Carnegie has hosted historic event after historic event — the 60th anniversary of the Beatles ‘ first NYC show recently passed — and if Power’s show proves one thing above all, it’s that rock ‘n’ roll music, regardless of how precisely you define it, belongs in Carnegie Hall.

Power is something of a master interpreter of others’ songs, able to see the vision as having been born out of someone else’s creative well, but entirely her own, too. “A song changes when someone else sings it,” she said in a statement printed in the show’s program, “whether they’re trying to stay faithful to the original version or not.” Accurate as that might be, Power’s translation is arguably one that speaks to one of Dylan’s most crucial truths: there is always a different way to dissect the established, always innovation to be found within the old.

Cat Power, Carnegie Hall, 2/14/24, Set List

Acoustic 1. “She Belongs to Me”

2. “4th Time Around”

3. ‘Visions of Johanna”

4. “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue”

5. “Desolation Row”

6. “Just Like a Woman”

7. “Mr. Tambourine Man”

Electric 8. “Tell Me, Momma”

9. “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)”

10. “Baby, Let Me Follow You Down”

11. “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues”

12. “Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat”

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AC/DC announce 21-date Power Up tour - and a new bass player

AC/DC's long-awaited return to the road has finally been confirmed

Angus Young onstage

AC/DC have announced a 10-city, 21-date European tour. The band, who returned to the stage at last year's Power Trip festival in California , will kick off the Power Up schedule at the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany on May 17, and wrap things up at the Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland, on August 17. The schedule includes two UK shows at London's Wembley Stadium on July 3 and 7. Full dates below.

Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on February 16. 

The band have also confirmed the lineup for the tour, which will see Brian Johnson, Angus Young and Stevie Young joined by drummer Matt Laug, who deputised for Phil Rudd at Power Trip, and former Jane's Addiction bassist Chris Chaney, who'll be filling in for Cliff Williams. Williams initially retired from the band at the end of the Rock Or Bust tour in 2016, but returned for 2020's Power Up album.

Chaney was also a member of Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders, and played at Wembley Stadium during the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert . A noted session and touring musician, he's also performed with Joe Satriani, Slash, Joe Cocker, Bryan Adams, Meat Loaf and many others.

AC/DC began teasing the tour last week by posting a mysterious video on their social media channels. The clip showed a flickering version of the band's lightning bolt logo, followed by the words 'ARE YOU READY', accompanied by the AC/DC song of the same name. Subsequent clips continued the countdown to today's announcement, while a clock did the same job on the band's official website. 

No dates have yet been announced for North and South America, Asia or Australasia, although Brazilian sources claim that AC/DC have been approached to perform at this year's Rock In Rio event, which takes place in September.  

Prior to Power Trip, the Aussie titans hadn't hit the road together since 2016. The new dates also mark the return to full-time action of frontman Brian Johnson, who was forced to abandon AC/DC's Rock Or Bust trek after developing hearing problems, and was replaced by  Guns N' Roses  singer Axl Rose for the remainder of the tour. 

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May 07: Gelsenkirchen Veltins Arena, Germany May 21: Gelsenkirchen Veltins Arena, Germany May 25: Reggio Emilia RCF Arena, Italy May 29: Seville La Cartuja Stadium, Spain Jun 05: Amsterdam Johan Cruyff Arena, The Netherlands Jun 09: Munich Olympic Stadium, Germany Jun 12: Munich Olympic Stadium, Germany Jun 16: Dresden Messe, Germany Jun 23: Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium, Austria Jun 26: Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium, Austria Jun 29: Zurich Letzigrund Stadium, Switzerland Jul 03: London Wembley Stadium, UK Jul 07: London Wembley Stadium, UK Jul 13: Hockenheim Ring, Germany Jul 17: Stuttgart Wasen, Germany Jul 21: Bratislava Old Airport, Slovakia Jul 27: Nuremberg Zeppelinfeld, Germany Jul 31: Hannover Messe, Germany Aug 09: Dessel Festivalpark Stenehei, Belgium   Aug 13: Paris Hippodrome, France Aug 17: Dublin Croke Park, Ireland

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