For decades, Cat Power’s Chan Marshall has been covering canonical rock songs, often deconstructing and radically reworking them. Last year, she performed at London’s Royal Albert Hall, where she restaged an iconic Bob Dylan show that didn’t actually take place at that venue. (Dylan, in the midst of going electric, played that show at Manchester’s Free Trade Hall, but a widely circulated bootleg claimed that it actually happened at Royal Albert Hall.) Last week, Cat Power released the live album Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert. Last night, she sang Dylan’s most famous song on The Tonight Show.
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