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Published: 2007/09/20

Jack White Joins Bob Dylan for Rare Blood on the Tracks Tune

Despite telling the press he doesn’t like modern music last year, Bob Dylan has been a longtime supporting of The White Stripes, particularly frontman Jack White. On March 17, 2004, Dylan invited White onstage at Detroit, MIs State Theater for a version of Ball & a Biscuit and last fall he took the guitarists other group, The Raconteurs, on the road as his opening act for a few arena dates. More recently, Dylan confirmed that White would appear on his satellite radio program this season and, finally, last night White performed with the legendary singer/songwriter at Nashvilles famed Ryman Auditorium. White emerged partway through Dylans set and added guitar and vocals to Meet Me In The Morning, a never before played song from 1975s Blood on the Tracks. Before last night, Dylan had only never played two songs from Blood on the Tracks live, Meet Me In The Morning, and Lily, Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts, though many Dylan-scholars believe the singer performed the latter song on his Rolling Thunder Revue once in 1976.

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