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Backstage Manager(inactive) Dr Bob Dylan - you better believe it (107* d) RE: Dr Bob Dylan - you better believe it 16 Jun 04

In my youth, I, like others, sang his songs because it was trendy to do so.

What's happened to that trend in the last 30 years or so?

Well, let's see. In the past 30 years, some of the people singing Dylan songs have included...

Joan Baez, the Clancy Brothers, Judy Collins, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Nanci Griffith, Arlo Guthrie, Chris Hillman, Rod MacDonald, Roger McGuinn, Tony Trischka & Skyline, Dave Van Ronk, Tom Russell, Sweethearts of the Rodeo, Happy & Artie Traum, Townes Van Zandt, Doc Watson, Lucinda Williams, Tim O'Brien, Urban Folk, Jimmy LaFave, Marley's Ghost, Shawn Colvin, Dick Gaughan & Andy Irvine, Richie Havens, Gove Scrivenor, John Prine, Eric Peltoneimi, Gordon Lightfoot, Penny Lang, John Stewart & Darwin's Army, Johnny Cash, Steve Young, Chris SMither, Martin Simpson, Duke Robillard, Mo Mack, Greg Brown, the Everly Brothers, Eliza Gilkyson, Lucy Kaplansky, Ladysmith Black mambazo, Dolly Parton, Michael Johnathon, Taj Mahal, Mike Seeger, Suzzy & Maggie Roche, Sneezy Waters, Vint & Matilda, Rosalie Sorrels, Hart Rouge, Martin Carthy, John Gorka, Peter Keane, Bill & Bonnie Hearne, Hazel Dickens, Les Sampou, Steve Forbert, Rock Robbins, Bobby Watt, J.D. Crowe & the New SOuth, Cassandra Wilson, Gail davies, Trish Murphy, Albert & Gage, Caroline Doctorow, Harvey Reid & Joyce Andersen, Bill Camplin, Barb Jungr, Finest Kind, Jim Byrnes...

just to name a few.

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