Bob Dylan has always done things his own way, and sometimes he misses but mostly he hits. Most recently, the legendary folk/rock musician released 50th Anniversary Collection, a four-CD set with 86 live tracks and studio outtakes recorded in 1962 and '63. But only 100 copies were pressed and sent to specialty record collector shops in Europe. ("It seems to have been designed by the label to exploit a recent change in European copyright law," says NPR.) Didn't get a copy? You can see Dylan in person at the U.S. Cellular Center on Tuesday, April 30. 7:30 p.m. $61.35. http://www.uscellularcenterasheville.com.
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