Joan Baez and Bob Dylan Singing (seated landscape), Newport Folk Festival, 1963
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Joan Baez and Bob Dylan Singing (seated landscape), Newport Folk Festival, 1963

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By Rowland Scherman
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"I first met Dylan at the Newport Folk Festival. He was just some stumblebum stumbling around—he was nobody. And then he did a workshop one afternoon and Joan Baez sat in with him, and all of a sudden the crowd got about six times bigger than it was ever before. I'm sure it was the biggest audience he'd ever had.

And then Saturday night, he did his own gig on the big stage and he really handled it. He wasn't just playing that mournful, "Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll" kind of stuff—he did "Talking World War Three Blues" and inserted a lot of humor into it, and by the end of the weekend he was the big star." -- Rowland Scherman


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Joan Baez and Bob Dylan Singing (seated landscape), Newport Folk Festival, 1963
Joan Baez and Bob Dylan Singing (seated landscape), Newport Folk Festival, 1963


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