Tour The World With Bob Dylan

Trace the footsteps of one of the most influential and award-winning lyricists of all time, Robert Allen Zimmerman, a.k.a. Bob Dylan.

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Adam at Bonnaroo
Adam at Bonnaroo

Adam at Bonnaroo

Adam Richman gets his hands on some glow-in-the-dark gloves, so he can enjoy the nighttime festivities in style. At Bonnaroo, the music starts around noon, but it continues well into the night, sometimes past 4 a.m. 960 1280

  

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Bonnaroo is held every year on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, TN. People travel from all over to enjoy the multiple stages of live music, featuring every genre, from its jam-band roots to hip hop and jazz. 960 1280

  

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Adam walks around Bonnaroo, which is more than just live music. There’s also the Comedy Tent, the Cinema Tent and even the Broo’ers Festival Tent, featuring breweries from all over the US. 960 1280

  

Roti Rolls food truck

Roti Rolls food truck

Adam grabs some delicious grub at the Charleston-based Roti Rolls truck in the Food Truck Oasis. 960 1280

  

A Roti Rolls creation

A Roti Rolls creation

A close up of a Roti Rolls creation: Indian flatbread topped with pork, kimchi and Creole mac and cheese. 960 1280

  

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Adam hangs out with a group of Bonnaroo devotees in their tailgating tent. 960 1280

  

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

These Bonnaroo fans display intricately designed body art. 960 1280

  

Silent Disco

Silent Disco

Adam checks out the Silent Disco, where each person is given a pair of headphones that are synced up with the DJ’s music. From an outsider’s perspective, it would seem that everyone is dancing to no music at all. 960 1280

  

Adam at Bonnaroo

Adam at Bonnaroo

Adam digs into a gourmet dessert of fried strawberry pie with fellow fans. 960 1280

  

Splash-a-Roo

Splash-a-Roo

The variety of activities at Bonnaroo is endless. There’s even a water slide, known as Splash-a-Roo. 960 1280

  

Food Truck Oasis

Food Truck Oasis

Bonnaroo fans line up for food at the Food Truck Oasis. 960 1280

  

Adam at Bonnaroo

Adam at Bonnaroo

Adam tries his hand at a Bonnaroo specialty: the LED hula-hoop. 960 1280

  

Grizzly Bear's tailgate

Grizzly Bear's tailgate

Adam stops by a tailgate with famed Brooklyn band Grizzly Bear, where bassist Chris Taylor makes a killer burger topped with an amazing grilled cabbage slaw made by drummer Christopher Baer. 960 1280

  

Grizzly Bear’s burger

Grizzly Bear’s burger

A close-up of Grizzly Bear’s delicious burger, which Adam calls, “the best ever.” 960 1280

  

Jam in the Van

Jam in the Van

Adam heads over to meet Jake at his "Jam in the Van,” with a buffet featuring Caribbean jerk pork loin, huge lobster tails and tequila shots. 960 1280

  

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN

Bonnaroo started in 2002, and by 2003, it had already been named one of the top 50 moments in rock and roll by Rolling Stone. Now, it’s a necessary pilgrimage for any music fan. 960 1280

  

Blowing Fireballs
Blowing Fireballs

Blowing Fireballs

While receiving bartending lessons at King Ink, a Las Vegas tattoo studio and barroom, Aaron impresses a visibly stunned Brianna by blowing a fireball. 960 1280

  

Pouring Multiple Shots

Pouring Multiple Shots

Briana learns how to pour multiple shots at a time at King Ink. 960 1280

  

Behind the Bar

Behind the Bar

Aaron, Briana and one of the bartenders at King Ink pose behind the bar. 960 1280

  

Prepping For Machine Gun Shooting

Prepping For Machine Gun Shooting

Bert and the vacationers set up their target before preparing to shoot machine guns. 960 1280

  

Bulldozer Basketball

Bulldozer Basketball

While playing bulldozer basketball at Dig This, the world's first and only heavy machinery playground, Briana extends the backhoe arm. 960 1280

  

Operating Heavy Machinery

Operating Heavy Machinery

Aaron gets a lesson in operating heavy machinery before playing bulldozer basketball. 960 1280

  

Getting Ready to Dance

Getting Ready to Dance

Aaron and Briana suit up before meeting the Jabbawockeez, winners of MTV's first season of America's Best Dance Crew. 960 1280

  

The Jabbawockeez

The Jabbawockeez

The Jabbawockeez perform at the Monte Carlo hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. 960 1280

  

Live on Stage

Live on Stage

Briana, Aaron and Bert hang out on the stage where Celine Dion is set to perform just hours away. 960 1280

  

Posing With Celine Dion

Posing With Celine Dion

Bert, Briana and Aaron pose with Celine Dion before she goes on stage. 960 1280

  

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Liverpool

Liverpool

It all started in Liverpool where John Lennon formed a band called the Quarrymen with Paul McCartney and George Harrison. 960 1280

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Cavern Club

Cavern Club

After the Quarrymen, the lads formed The Beatles, and from '61 to '63 they played 292 shows at Liverpool's Cavern Club. 960 1280

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The Ed Sullivan Show

The Ed Sullivan Show

Over 40 percent of the US population saw The Beatles' historic appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964. Left to right: Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Sullivan, John Lennon, Paul McCartney. 960 1280

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Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios

The Beatles recorded virtually all of their groundbreaking singles and albums at EMI's Abbey Road Studios in London. 960 1280

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Penny Lane

Penny Lane

In 1967 John and Paul wrote the double-sided single "Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever," inspired by childhood haunts. 960 1280

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Abbey Road

Abbey Road

Beatles fans pose for photos imitating the iconic "Abbey Road" album cover. 960 1280

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Dakota Building

Dakota Building

John Lennon and Yoko Ono moved into NYC's Dakota building in 1973. John was murdered outside the Dakota on Dec. 8, 1980. 960 1280

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Strawberry Fields

Strawberry Fields

Strawberry Fields is a 2.5-acre section in New York City's Central Park dedicated to the memory of John Lennon in 1985. 960 1280

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Imagine

Imagine

The focal point of Strawberry Fields is a mosaic of a single word, the title of Lennon's 1971 song "Imagine." 960 1280

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The Imagine Peace Tower is a memorial to John Lennon from Yoko Ono, located on Videy Island, Reykjavik, Iceland. It consists of a tall "tower of light", projected from a white stone well which has the words "Imagine Peace" carved into it in 24 languages. The tower is lit every year from 9 October, Lennon's birthday, through 8 December, the date he was shot. Iceland was selected for the project because of its beauty and eco-friendly use of geothermal energy. 960 1280

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Grateful Dead Poster

Grateful Dead Poster

This poster for a 1966 concert at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco was the first appearance of the iconic "skeleton and roses" imagery used by the Dead throughout their career. 960 1280

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Grateful Dead House at 10 Ashbury Street

Grateful Dead House at 10 Ashbury Street

The Grateful Dead lived at this communal home on 710 Ashbury Street from 1966 to 1968. Their neighbors included Janis Joplin, Country Joe McDonald and Charles Manson. 960 1280

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Woodstock Would Shock

Woodstock Would Shock

The Dead were renowned for amazing live performances. Strangely, the biggest musical festival of the 1960s 'Woodstock' was not one of them. The Dead played under harrowing weather conditions and were literally shocked by their own instruments. 960 1280

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Concert at Altamont Speedway

Concert at Altamont Speedway

The concert hastily organized by the Rolling Stones in December 1969 at Altamont Speedway (now closed) proved to be another disaster for the Dead. The band was scheduled to perform, but declined to play due to the increasing violence spawned by the Hell's Angels who were hired to provide "security" at the venue. 960 1280

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Fillmore East

Fillmore East

The Grateful Dead made many appearances the famous Fillmore East club in New York in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Several live albums were subsequently released of their performances there. The club is now closed, and a bank branch occupies the space. However, a sign and plaque mark the club's location. 960 1280

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Cow Palace

Cow Palace

In 1974, the Dead embarked on a tour that featured a revolutionary sound system made up of hundreds of stacked speakers called the 'Wall of Sound.' The tour kicked off on March 23, 1974, at the Cow Palace in Daly City, CA. 960 1280

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Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado

Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado

The Grateful Dead performed several times at Colorado's unique Red Rocks open-air amphitheater that appears as if it were carved out of a mountain. 960 1280

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Jerry Garcia Memorial

Jerry Garcia Memorial

Thousands of Grateful Dead fans gather at a memorial erected to the memory of deceased Grateful Dead leader Jerry Garcia at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park on August 13, 1995. 960 1280

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The Other Ones

The Other Ones

A concert at Wisconsin's Alpine Valley Music Center featured the 4 surviving members of the Grateful Dead performing as "The Other Ones." It was the first time they had performed together since the death of guitarist Jerry Garcia in 1995. 960 1280

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Sun Studio, Memphis, TN

Sun Studio, Memphis, TN

Rock 'n' roll, country and rockabilly artists, including Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Charlie Feathers, Ray Harris, Warren Smith, Charlie Rich and Jerry Lee Lewis, recorded at Memphis' legendary Sun Studio. 960 1280

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Cavern Club, Liverpool

Cavern Club, Liverpool

Between Feb. 1961 and Aug. 1963, the Beatles brought rock ‘n' roll in England to new heights, playing nearly 300 shows at the Cavern Club, a tiny cellar club on Mathew Street in downtown Liverpool. After performing at the Cavern Club, the boys would head over to the Jacaranda Club on Slater Street for a nightcap. The club was owned by the Beatles first manager, Allan Williams. The club still operates 7 days a week, and hosts an array of live performances. It also is the final destination on London's Magical Mystery Tour. 960 1280

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CBGB, New York City

CBGB, New York City

CBGB OMFUG (which stands for Country, Bluegrass, Blues and Other Music for Uplifting Gormandizers) had its heyday in the 1970s and '80s when it helped define the punk and new wave sound. The Ramones, Misfits, Television, Patti Smith, Mink DeVille, The Fleshtones, The Voidoids, The Cramps, Blondie and Talking Heads started their careers at the club. 960 1280

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Seattle, Washington

Seattle, Washington

The Seattle-based grunge music scene fused heavy metal, punk and alternative rock to produce a unique sound in the early 1990s. In this photo, the late Kurt Cobain (1967-1994) performs on stage with Nirvana at the MTV Video Music Awards, September 10, 1992. 960 1280

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Cafe Wha? in Greenwich Village, New York City

Cafe Wha? in Greenwich Village, New York City

Cafe Wha? in Greenwich Village, New York City, launched many young musicians to stardom. Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, The Velvet Underground, Kool and the Gang, and Peter Paul & Mary, among others, performed at this club in their formative years. 960 1280

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Cotton Club, New York City

Cotton Club, New York City

The Cotton Club was a famous jazz club in Harlem, New York City, during the 1920s and `30s. The club featured many of the greatest African-American entertainers of the era, such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Bessie Smith, Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, Fats Waller, Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Nat King Cole and Billie Holiday. 960 1280

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Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee

Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee

American country music singer and guitarist Loretta Lynn performs on stage at the Grand Ole Opry in the 1960s. The Grand Ole Opry is a weekly country music stage concert in Nashville, TN, that has presented the biggest stars of the genre since 1925. 960 1280

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Stax Records, Memphis, TN

Stax Records, Memphis, TN

Stax Records of Memphis, TN, was a major force in the creation of soul and funk music. Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave, Booker T. & the MGs, and the Staple Singers recorded for the label in the 1960s and '70s. 960 1280

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Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas

Austin, TX, has a vibrant live music scene with more venues per capita than any other US city. For example, the city hosts the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival which features over 2,000 acts in 4 days. Shown here, Taylor Swift performs her only full concert of 2016 during the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas. 960 1280

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Hitsville USA in Detroit, Michigan

Hitsville USA in Detroit, Michigan

Fans pay their respects to pop star Michael Jackson at the Motown Historical Museum 'Hitsville USA' on June 25, 2009, in Detroit, MI. The legendary Motown sound produced dozens of mega hits for artists such as The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, The Supremes, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson. 960 1280

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Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles

Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles

Marquee for guitarist Robby Krieger of the rock band The Doors at the Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles, California. The Byrds, Alice Cooper, Buffalo Springfield, Love and The Doors were regulars at the club in the 1960s. In the '70s and '80s it spawned many punk, new wave and heavy metal bands. 960 1280

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Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA

Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA

Though the historic Georgia Theatre was mostly damaged by fire in 2009, it has been newly renovated with state-of-the-art facilities. The venue has been host to numerous bands including REM, the B-52's, Ghostface Killah and Widespread Panic. 960 1280

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Chess Records, Chicago

Chess Records, Chicago

James "JY" Young and Tommy Shaw of Styx jam with Chuck Berry's piano player Johnnie Johnson at Chess Records. The studio specialized in blues and R&B in the 1950s and '60s. Famous Chess artists include Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Chuck Berry, Etta James, John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson II. 960 1280

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