People: Aug. 18, 1986

The times, they have been achangin', just as he said they would 23 years ago. This summer the Woodstock generation met the yuppie generation, as people who grew up with Bob Dylan and those barely out of their teens crowded into arenas, stadiums and concert halls across the country for the raspy-voiced troubadour's True Confessions show. By the time the tour ended last week, an estimated 1 million people had heard him and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers perform nearly a quarter-century of Dylan's songs, from the vintage Masters of War through the rock anthem Like a Rolling Stone. Now fans...

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