The American music icon strolled through the Borgata following his show on Saturday.
ATLANTIC CITY — Saturday night, Nov. 27, Bob Dylan and his band wrapped up its Fall 2010 U.S. tour with a show at the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods.
The night before, however, Dylan played Atlantic City's Borgata, where he performed a tasty set, including the new re-written "Gonna Chnage My Way of Thinking," "Desolation Row," "Shelter from the Storm,"as well as the new blues of "My Wife's Home Town."
He played "Visions of Johanna" for Foxwoods, but made up for not including it in his Atlantic City set and then some.
Reportedly, following his second-to-last show on the tour, which kicked off Oct. 6 in Florida, Dylan "strolled through the hotel" — the Borgata — and stood for pictures with fans following his sold-out show in the venue's Event Center.
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This doesn't happen normally as most Dylan fans know.
He barely talks during shows except to introduce his band.
Why in Atlantic City?
Maybe he liked the cover story and picture in the current issue of Atlantic City Weekly.
Here's Dylan's entire set-list from Atlantic City below, thanks to boblinks.com:
1.Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
2.Girl Of The North Country
3.Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
4.Just Like A Woman
5.The Levee's Gonna Break
6.Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
7.My Wife's Home Town
9.Cold Irons Bound
10.Shelter From The Storm
11.Highway 61 Revisited
13.Thunder On The Mountain
14.Ballad Of A Thin Man
16.Like A Rolling Stone
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