Bob Dylan is coming to the BMO Harris Bradley Center on November 17. Will he play the new album, or just the classics? I would think that most fans want to hear the classics, but I could be wrong. Perhaps he could toss out a couple Traveling Wilburys songs too.
Dylan first hit the charts in the US with his album titled The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. That album was more popular in the United Kingdom, but managed to hit the top 25 in the charts here at home. He had similar results with his third album titled The Times They Are a-Changin’
The album went gold in the states, and made the top ten in the UK.
In 1965 Bob Dylan had two very popular albums hit the charts. Bringing It All Back Home sold over a million copies, charting at number six in the USA. Once again, he had a number one hit on his hands in the UK. Following up with Highway 61 Revisited, he made fans very happy with that effort. He sold over 1.5 million copies of that album.
Between 1966 and late 1970, Dylan released five albums. All five albums were top ten efforts in the United States and Europe. Nashville Skyline did best, selling well over one million copies.
His album titled Together Through Life was released in 2009. That disk hit number one in American and abroad.