Will Bob Dylan perform “Murder Must Foul” in his March 10 show in Irving, Texas?

Will Bob Dylan perform “Murder Must Foul” in his March 10 show in Irving, Texas? February 27, 2022

Bob Dylan will continue his Rough and Rowdy Ways tour on March 3 in Phoenix.  From there, he will  travel to Tucson (March 4), Albuquerque (March 6), Lubbock (March 8), and then to Irving (March 10), a suburb of Dallas.   During this tour, which began in 2021, Dylan has covered all the songs from his 2020 album, Rough and Rowdy Ways, except two: Crossing the Rubicon and Murder Most Foul.  The latter is a 17 minute account of JFK’s assassination that includes a slew of cultural and musical references that chronologically followed that horrific event.  The song begins with these words:

‘Twas a dark day in Dallas – November ‘63
The day that will live on in infamy
President Kennedy was riding high
A good day to be living and a good day to die

Because this will be his first concert in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area since the 2020 release of Murder Most Foul, it seems fitting for Dylan to perform the song in this venue. Also, I and a good friend will be attending the concert, and we would be extremely grateful.

Here’s a video of the song with lyrics included.

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