News - 20 May 2015

Bob Dylan performed 'The Night We Called It a Day' on the penultimate episode of David Letterman's show last night.

The Night We Called It a Day

Bob Dylan performed ‘The Night We Called It a Day’ on the penultimate episode of David Letterman’s show last night, Tuesday 19th May. This rare television performance was Dylan’s first on the Late Show for 22 years.


‘You have to be nice to other people, and the greatest song writer of modern times is Bob Dylan … That’s all you need to know in life.’ – David Letterman


Just three signed prints remain in Dylan’s BEHIND THE PICTURE FRAME series. Jim Marshall’s photographs capture some of Dylan’s other legendary moments: in Greenwich Village, at Newport Folk Festival (pictured left) and during the making of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Click here to secure yours today.

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Behind The Picture Frame

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In 1965, hailed as the world's most-loved folk poet, Dylan brought rock into his repertoire, refusing to stand still. "I don't call myself a poet," he stated, "I'm a trapeze artist." 50 years on, Behind The Picture Frame celebrates Dylan's ingenuity and the excitement of those times.

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