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Treeline touring with Bob Dylan tribute

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Local blues/reggae/rock band Treeline embarks on a tour, May 19 to mark Bob Dylan’s 68th birthday.
“Lots of bars will do tribute nights to people like Bob Marley, so we thought this was perfect timing,” said Treeeline guitarist/keyboardist/ vocalist Taylor Ackerman who added the band learned about 20 Bob Dylan songs for the set including hits like “All Along the Watchtower and Like a “Rolling Stone” as well as relative obscurities like  “Simple Twist of Fate” and “Pressing On,” as well some of their own.
“We’re pretty sure we’ll have an EP out for it too. We kind of missed the boat on it. We’ve played like 60 gigs and still haven’t put out a CD,” he continued adding fan favourites like “Rains On Me,” “Icy Roads” will be on the EP as well as one which hasn’t been titled yet.
The tour begins May 19 in Elkford, B.C., then goes to Bellevue the next day, back to the Slice on May 21, then will hit  Regina, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay and Brandon.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 17 May 2009 18:46 )  
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