The times, they aren’t a-changing that much. Bob Dylan will head back on the road for a spring tour.
The singer — and now author — announced dates for “The Bob Dylan Show,” to kickoff in Seattle on March 7. After three nights there, Dylan will play in Portland, Ore.; Oakland, Calif.; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; and will conclude the tour April 6 in Chicago. More dates are expected to be added.
Dylan, 63, will tour with his band. The tour also will feature Merle Haggard and the Strangers and Amos Lee.
His memoir, “Chronicles, Vol. I,” is nominated for the National Book Critics Circle prize in the biography/autobiography category.
Simon & Schuster has said Dylan will likely be too busy with the tour to attend the March 18 ceremony in New York. He isn’t scheduled to play that day, but will be in Las Vegas the day after.