April 11, 1961 in History
Event:
Bob Dylan's 1st appearance at Folk City, Greenwich Village



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Related Year:
1961

Related Events:
April 11


Bob Dylan History:
May 28, 1997 - Bob Dylan hospitalized in England with histoplasmosis
October 20, 1979 - Bob Dylan appears on SNL
September 16, 1974 - Bob Dylan records 'Blood on the Tracks'
June 9, 1970 - Bob Dylan given honorary Doctorate of Music at Princeton
August 2, 1969 - Bob Dylan makes surprise appearance at Hibbing HS Minnesota 10th reunion
June 7, 1969 - Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash combine on a Grand Ole Opry TV special
February 17, 1969 - Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash record an album (never released)
July 29, 1966 - Bob Dylan hurt in motorcycle accident near Woodstock New York
November 22, 1965 - Bob Dylan weds Sara Lowndes
July 25, 1965 - Bob Dylan booed off Newport Folk Festival for using electric guitar
July 24, 1965 - Bob Dylan release "Like a Rolling Stone"
June 15, 1965 - Bob Dylan records "Like a Rolling Stone"
May 9, 1965 - Beatles attend a Bob Dylan concert
June 19, 1964 - Bob Dylan completes U.K. tour
May 12, 1963 - Bob Dylan walks off Ed Sullivan Show
March 12, 1963 - Bob Dylan cancels "Ed Sullivan Show" television appearance
September 22, 1962 - Bob Dylan plays New York City Carnegie Hall
September 29, 1961 - Bob Dylan's 1st recording session-backup harmonica for Caroline Hester
September 11, 1961 - Bob Dylan's 1st New York performance
June 5, 1959 - Bob Dylan graduates Hibbing HS in Minnesota
May 22, 1954 - Robert Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan is Bar Mitzvahed
May 24, 1941 - Bob Dylan, born in Duluth, Minnesota, singer and songwriter, 'Blowin' in Wind'


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