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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Shooter Jennings
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Shooter Jennings

Cauthen wasn't the only one getting weird, nor was he the only one who took a page from Slow Train Coming, Dylan's first album as a born-again Christian – Shooter Jennings tackled the far more obscure "Man Gave Names to All the Animals." Some of the best song choices of the night were the lesser-known ones (the appearance of Eighties gems "Everything Is Broken" and "Silvio," courtesy of the Texas Gentlemen and the Whigs, respectively, were both welcome), but Jennings owned every bit of his homage with a truly eccentric performance. His rhinestone preacher outfit was its own, on-point nod to Dylan's born-again phase.

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