Rock of Ages

If you ask Bob Dylan, he'll tell you that "things have changed." But it sure seems as if they haven't changed much. This summer's European scene looks like a collective musical flashback, packed with acts that have been around for decades. Dylan, now 60, has been on what seems like a nonstop tour in recent years. Perhaps he's still trying to redeem himself from his 1966 U.K. performances, when he was greeted with catcalls and boos. This year, his eight-country European swing will have a much warmer reception at stops that include the Roskilde, Montreux Jazz and Stimmen...

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