Dylan Fest 2017: 10 Best Things We Saw

From John Paul White to Wynonna, the highlights of Bob Dylan's 76th birthday tribute concert in Nashville

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Boz Scaggs With Richard Hawley

The Walkmen's Hamilton Leithauser was one of the few artists to take a stab at Dylan's later work, with a faithful rendition of the grizzled crooner in "Standing in the Doorway." But it was Boz Scaggs, tackling another Time Out of Mind cut in "Love Sick," who really nailed the part, doing the best straight take of anyone the whole night. His duet of "Corrina, Corrina" with Richard Hawley was spoiled a bit by sound tech issues, but it was still fun to see him share the stage with his son, Austin, who emceed and held down bass duties with the Cabin Down Below Band.

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