Bob Dylan makes big plans for Boston

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Bob Dylan has revealed plans for his latest tour, which will bring the legendary singer-songwriter and his band to Boston for three nights in November. Dylan will perform at the Citi Wang Theatre from November 13 to 15. Tickets for the shows go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. through Telecharge and range in price from $50.50 to $80.50.

Dylan is on the road to support Together Through Life, his the 33rd studio album. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 after its release last April. Dylan produced the record under his pseudonym of Jack Frost, which he used for his previous two studio albums, Love and Theft and Modern Times. He wrote many of the songs with Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter and the album features guest appearances by David Hidalgo of Los Lobos and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

Next week, Dylan will his first Christmas album, Christmas in the Heart. The proceeds from sales of the album, which is comprised of 15 traditional songs, will go to various charities. All of the artist’s U.S. royalties from sales of these recordings will be donated to Feeding America, guaranteeing that more than four million meals will be provided to more than 1.4 million people in need in this country during this year’s holiday season. Dylan is also donating all of his future U.S. royalties from this album to Feeding America in perpetuity. He is partnering with two international charities to provide meals during the holidays for millions in need in the United Kingdom and the developing world, and will be donating all of his future international royalties from Christmas In The Heart to those organizations in perpetuity.

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