Video: Bob Dylan & The Byrds Sing ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’

David Crosby (Left) and Dylan at the tribute concert.

A year after Roy Orbison died, in February 1990, an all-star tribute concert was held for him at the Universal Ampitheater in Los Angeles.

The Byrds reunited for the show and performed “Mr. Tambourine Man” with Bob Dylan.

It’s interesting to watch the interaction between Dylan and Roger McGuinn, who pushes Dylan to sing lead, finally joining him at the microphone to get him to sing more.

Check it out.

“Mr. Tambourine Man,” live at Newport, 1964):

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