Cat Power Releases New Singles “Mr. Tambourine Man” and “Like A Rolling Stone”
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Cat Power Releases New Singles “Mr. Tambourine Man” and “Like A Rolling Stone”

Renowned singer-songwriter Cat Power has announced a Valentine’s Day performance at America’s premiere concert hall, Carnegie Hall. Tickets go on sale this Friday, October 27 at 11 AM ET. The show is a 15-song recreation of Dylan’s 1966 acoustic and electric performance at Royal Albert Hall and is a companion to her album, Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert, out November 10. Set to take place on February 14, 2024, the Carnegie Hall show follows performances at London’s Royal Albert Hall and the Sydney Opera House. Dylan himself hasn’t headlined the venue performing this material since 1965.

To help celebrate the Carnegie Hall performance Cat Power is releasing two more songs from the soon-to-be-released album. Her distinct and evocative takes on “Mr. Tambourine Man” and “Like A Rolling Stone” are available for streaming everywhere now.

Recorded November 5, 2022 at London’s vaunted Royal Albert Hall, Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert sees Marshall paying tribute to Bob Dylan with a complete live reimagining of his legendary performance at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966. Long known as the “Royal Albert Hall Concert” due to a mislabeled bootleg, the original performance saw Dylan switching from acoustic to electric midway through the show, drawing the ire of folk purists and forever altering the course of rock ‘n’ roll. Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert both lovingly honors Dylan’s imprint on history and brings a stunning new vitality to many of his most revered songs, including the recently released “She Belongs to Me” and “Ballad of a Thin Man,” both available everywhere now.

Cat Power Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert

Album | 10th November 2023

In November 2022, Cat Power took the stage at London’s Royal Albert Hall and delivered a song-for-song recreation of one of the most fabled and transformative live sets of all time. Held at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966—but long known as the “Royal Albert Hall Concert” due to a mislabeled bootleg—the original performance saw Bob Dylan switching from acoustic to electric midway through the show, drawing ire from an audience of folk purists and forever altering the course of rock-and-roll. In her own rendition of that historic night, the artist otherwise known as Chan Marshall inhabited each song with equal parts conviction and grace and a palpable sense of protectiveness, ultimately transposing the anarchic tension of Dylan’s set with a warm and luminous joy. Now captured on the live album Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert, Marshall’s spellbinding performance both lovingly honors her hero’s imprint on history and brings a stunning new vitality to many of his most revered songs.

Tracklisting

  • 1She Belongs To Me - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 2Fourth Time Around - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 3Visions Of Johanna - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 4It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 5Desolation Row - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 6Just Like A Woman - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 7Mr. Tambourine Man - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 8Tell Me, Momma - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 9I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 10Baby, Let Me Follow You Down - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 11Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 12Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 13One Too Many Mornings - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 14Ballad Of A Thin Man - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 15Like A Rolling Stone - Live at the Royal Albert Hall

Cat Power Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert

Album | 10th November 2023

In November 2022, Cat Power took the stage at London’s Royal Albert Hall and delivered a song-for-song recreation of one of the most fabled and transformative live sets of all time. Held at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966—but long known as the “Royal Albert Hall Concert” due to a mislabeled bootleg—the original performance saw Bob Dylan switching from acoustic to electric midway through the show, drawing ire from an audience of folk purists and forever altering the course of rock-and-roll. In her own rendition of that historic night, the artist otherwise known as Chan Marshall inhabited each song with equal parts conviction and grace and a palpable sense of protectiveness, ultimately transposing the anarchic tension of Dylan’s set with a warm and luminous joy. Now captured on the live album Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert, Marshall’s spellbinding performance both lovingly honors her hero’s imprint on history and brings a stunning new vitality to many of his most revered songs.

Tracklisting

  • 1She Belongs To Me - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 2Fourth Time Around - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 3Visions Of Johanna - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 4It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 5Desolation Row - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 6Just Like A Woman - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 7Mr. Tambourine Man - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 8Tell Me, Momma - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 9I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 10Baby, Let Me Follow You Down - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 11Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 12Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 13One Too Many Mornings - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 14Ballad Of A Thin Man - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
  • 15Like A Rolling Stone - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
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Live Dates

Friday 23rd February

Cat Power
The Charleston Music Hall, Columbia, US

Sunday 25th February

Cat Power
CMA Theater, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Nashville, US

Tuesday 27th February

Cat Power
Cahn Auditorium, Chicago, US

Thursday 29th February

Cat Power
Hoyt Sherman Place, Des Moines, US

Friday 1st March

Cat Power
Fitzgerald Theater, Twin Cities, US

Saturday 2nd March

Cat Power
Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, US

Monday 4th March

Cat Power
Paramount Theatre, Denver, US

Thursday 7th March

Cat Power
The United Theater on Broadway, Los Angeles (LA), US

Friday 8th March

Cat Power
Herbst Theatre, War Memorial Performing Arts Center, SF Bay Area, US

Saturday 9th March

Cat Power
Uptown Theatre Napa, Santa Rosa, US