American music legend Bob Dylan on Wednesday night made a smooth debut in Beijing, heralding his long-awaited Chinese mainland concerts to mark the energetic artist’s 50 years on the performance stage.
Dylan, who will turn 70 in May, played 17 songs ending with “Forever Young” to a nearly packed audience at downtown Beijing’s Workers Gymnasium.
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