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Bob Dylan plays guitar on stage for first time in 4 years, marking Nobel Prize win: Watch

Bob Dylan plays guitar on stage for first time in 4 years, marking Nobel Prize win: Watch

Last week, Bob Dylan was awarded with the Nobel Prize for Literature and, over the weekend, he celebrated by playing the guitar on stage for the first time in four years.

During the Las Vegas show, Dylan tip-toed away from his usual spot behind the piano during a version of 'Simple Twist of Fate'. He picked up his guitar and began soloing graciously.

Here's what Dylan said about no longer playing guitar live in 2009: "I was looking for a keyboard player to play triplet forms for a long period of time. I tried different musicians for it, and we couldn't find anybody who understood the style of what we were doing and to stay within the boundaries. And, finally, you've just got to do it on your own. As far as guitar, I was looking for a guitar player who could play exactly like me, only better. I can't find that person either. The same thing applies to keyboards. I'm looking for a piano player who can play just like me, only better. If I could find him or her, I would hire that person. So far it hasn't happened. I wish it would. We could do more if I was freed up there."

You can watch the video below:


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