Two Bob’s worth: True Confessions Revisited

Naree Taylor (centre) as Stevie Nicks and Jeff Jenkins as Bob Dylan and Tom Petty. 188024_09 Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS

DYLANesque, who wowed audiences for the last two years with their show The Bob Dylan Story, are set to play Garfield Picture Theatre with their new Bob Dylan/Tom Petty show ‘True Confessions Revisited’ on Easter Saturday.

Back in 1986, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty made history when they joined forces for one of the greatest concert tours of all time, TRUE CONFESSIONS, with Stevie Nicks.

Taking inspiration from this tour, singer Jeff Jenkins and his stellar five-piece band DYLANesque, will have you rocking out to all their greatest hits, introducing each song with a fascinating tale.

Get up and dance to Hard Rain, Like a Rollin Stone, Knocking on Heaven’s Door, Stop Draggin My Heart Around, American Girl, Running Down a Dream and The Edge of 17.

“We’re just back from debuting it to the good folk of South Australia at the Adelaide Fringe where we had two shows,” said creator and performer Jeff Jenkins, who is the voice of both Bob Dylan and Tom Petty in the show.

“Our new show appeals to an even wider audience as it celebrates the music of three immensely talented artists, each with their own loyal following.

“The concert tour where these three giants shared a stage is still talked about today, over 30 years on. If you were at their concert in ‘86, come and reminisce at our show – if you missed them in ‘86, don’t make the same mistake again.”

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