Wanted: The Most Gullible Bob Dylan Fan in History



Hardcore Bob Dylan fans all know that the final solo acoustic concert of his career happened May 10th, 1965 at London's Royal Albert Hall. The auction website Live Auctioneers has uncovered shocking evidence that one week later he returned to the Royal Albert Hall and played another show — this time with Joan Baez, the Byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash.

The opening bid on the item, which is being sold via Fame Bureau, is 250 British Pounds ($369.33), but the auction house estimates that the priceless artifact will reach upwards of 700 pounds ($1,034) pounds. Now, some so called "rock experts" may deem lot 219 a forgery. They'll point out that there's no historical record of such a concert or that Crosby, Stills and Nash didn't even exist for another three years or that the poster is clearly a pathetic, cheap forgery. I feel otherwise, and I hear that Lady Gaga, Neutral Milk Hotel and Robert Johnson also played the show. I have a poster to prove it, and for just ten thousand pounds it could be yours.

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