ALL-STAR TRIBUTE TO BOB DYLAN PHOTOS Mitch Melnick May 25, 2016 Music, Photos 8 2704 View the photos from great All-star tribute to Bob Dylan’s 75th birthday concert. These photos were taken by Tim Snow. If you ever need his services be sure to contact him. You can take a look at his website by clicking here. Be sure to check back often as we will be updating this page throughout the week with more pictures. Shane Murphy Kevin Parent & Jim Zeller Kevin Parent, Jim Zeller and Terry Joe Banjo Kevin Parent. & Jesse Stone Like A Rolling Stone w/JB Carbou in background Lee-La Baum w/ help from Jim Zeller & Pat Loiselle plus Annakin Slayd & Leesa Mackey on “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” Dawn Tyler-Watson & Lee-la Baum plus Terry Joe Banjo, David Pearce & Chris Pennington Everybody on Knockin on Heaven’s Door finale Phoenix with opening remarks A sold out Club Soda Jesse Stone and his band Tennessee Maciol of Steve’s Music Subterranean Homesick Blues Subterranean Homesick Blues Subterranean Homesick Blues Subterranean Homesick Blues “Rainey Day Women #12 & 35” (On screen: Mitch, Earl Diamond, Jimmy Lafave, “Buffalo” Terry Ware & Lloyd Fischler at CIQC Radio in Verdun 1997) Jesse w/guitarist Daniel Mayer Jesse w/guitarist Daniel Mayer Jesse, Daniel Mayer and drummer Daniel Moscovitch Jim Zeller w/ Jesse “Gotta Serve Somebody” Jean Millaire (Offenbach, Corbeau) guitar solo on “Serve Somebody” View from side Balcony Rhishi Dhir of Elephant Stone & Jason Rockman backstage Jim Zeller welcomes Norm Rennie Terry Joe Banjo “When I Paint My Masterpiece” Norm & Terry Joe Zeller-Rennie-Banjo Terry Joe Banjo solo “Song To Woody” Mitch welcomes crowd “Hold onto your hats” Where’s that bottle of Scotch that was in the rider? When you see Rubin Fogel tell him we’re thirsty Thank you. We sold out the joint.” Jason Rockman “This looks like a crowd at Paperman’s” Jason & Rhishi Masters of War Masters of War Masters of War “…until I’m sure that you’re fucking dead!” So, anybody here at Paperman’s” earlier today? Chris Pennington It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry Lloyd Fischler Jaime Roskies of “The Juarez 5 Hallie Gyles Hallie, guitarist Barry Goodz & Jaime License To Kill Mitch reading an emotional e-mail from Leonard Yelle about meeting Andrew Besner while The Steamfitters get ready The view from behind ace soundman Yves Moquin The Steamfitters L-R: Marc Gold, Peter Kalichman, Gordon Langsner & drummer Richard Weiss “Day of the Locusts” Guitarist Gold “I Wanna Be Your Lover” Lloyd Fischler introduces the Besner family Lloyd w/ Cheryl Besner and Andrew’s parents Sheila & Jerry Kreaden Cheryl thanks the crowd Lloyd and Sheila Mark Goodwin of Lazarus Moan New Morning Lazarus Moan L-R: Goodwin, Ron Stutz, Eric Lemoyne, RD Harris(drums) & Stuart Patterson Bilal Butt Bilal w/ Alec McElcheran on bass. “Shelter From The Storm” Daniel Moscovitch “Who knew Bilal was into Dylan?” Bilal and Alec with Mitch side stage Bassist McElcheran “Now how about the odd Dylan tune on your show?” Poet Dave McGimpsey McGimpsey reading from his latest book “Asbestos Heights” Annakin Slayd Annakin with Leesa Mackey Annakin w/guitarist Dennis Peikos “It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) The Muddy Wheel Michael Di Re singing “Buckets of Rain” Lee-La Baum & Tom Shemmer of “The Damn Truth” “Ballad in Plain D” “Made it through all 14 verses” (Bravo) “Spanish Harlem Incident” Lee-La has now appeared at our last three Dylan Tributes (65,70,75) Don’t miss their set at Osheaga Craig Morrison & Friends “My Back Pages” “The Times They Are A-Changin’” (Alex Nesrallah on lead vocal) Lloyd Fischler in full Miami Vice mode. That’s partner Gary Silverman two heads behind Lloyd “Watching The River Flow” w/ Pat Loiselle on lead vocal Craig Morrison on keyboard Time for that “Thin, wild Mercury sound” of 1966 Chris Velan of Hotel2Tango All Stars Chris Velan Molly Sweeney “Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again’ Neil Holyoak Howard Bilerman Appreciative crowd for Blonde on Blonde Tribute “Visions of Johanna” Joel Katz on bass Hotel2Tango All-Stars Steve Herskovitz “I Want You” Hotel2Tango rhythm section “Absolutely Sweet Marie” Surprise guest Tim Kingsbury of Arcade Fire “One More Cup of Coffee” Kingsbury & Hotel2Tango All Stars Kirk Fontaine Larry Cassini “Mr. Tambourine Man” Johnny Griffin & Mackenzie Myatt “With God On Our Side” “With God On Our Side” “With God On Our Side” David Pearce The Jimmyriggers (L-R) Andre Kirchoff, Kevin Moquin, David Pearce “If You Gotta Go, Go Now” “Lay Lady Lay” Mitch introducing The Nils Carlos Soria ready to rumble “Everything Is Broken” Peter Wark, Mark Donato, Emelien (Drums), Carlos & Phil Psarakos Peter Wark, Mark Donato, Emelien (Drums), Carlos & Phil Psarakos Carlos with a nod to Alex “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright” Shane Murphy as MC Bud Rice Bud Rice Bud Rice w/Tony Lombardi (drums) & David Pearce (bass) Dave Gossage solo on “Ballad of a Thin Man” Dave Gossage solo on “Ballad of a Thin Man” “Positively 4th Street” Surprise guest Dawn Tyler-Watson Dawn’s new album is called “Jawbreaker!” Dave Gossage on lead guitar Dawn brings the house down with “Forever Young” “New Orleans is sinking” Shane as band leader “He’ll Have To Go” “Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat” Is Shane enjoying himself? Julie Lamontagne (keys), Tony Albino (drums), JB Carbou (bass) On Screen: Lloyd Fischler, Mitch & Gary Silverman with Odetta “Baby, Let Me Follow You Down” Kevin Parent with Jim Zeller “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” Zeller Parent Parent/Zeller “Quinn The Eskimo” w/ Terry Joe Banjo Like A Rolling Stone w/ Jesse Stone “How Does It Feel?” “Do you want to make a deal?” “You shouldn’t let other people get your kicks for you” “LIKE A ROLLING STONE!” Tony Albino brings it home. Bob approves “All Along The Watchtower” “The Wind began to howl!” Everyone at sold out Club Soda on their feet – except Kevin Shane thanking the crowd Caption contest? Jim Zeller begins finale Lee-la Baum & Leesa Mackey (L) on vocals “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” Almost everybody on stage It’s almost over A lot of joy “It won’t end” Leesa, Mitch, Shane, Johnny Griffin, Annakin, Kesh Shane saying final goodnight That’s guitarist Dennis Peikos down in front Did somebody say After Party? Jim Zeller not ready to quit – w/Pat Loiselle, Bilal Butt & Kevin Parent Was this fun or what? Shane and the gang Thank you Montreal Until the next one Billy Bob Productions. We love you Andrew. Post Views: 1,712 8 Responses Jade June 15, 2016 Dear Mitch, Where are photos of the amazing and talented Johnny Griffin and Mackenzie Myatt of JOHN JACOB MAGISTERY??? They rocked the house with their beautiful performance!!!! Mitch Melnick June 16, 2016 Should be there now. It’s taken awhile to get the photos uploaded and captioned properly. Johnny & Mackenzie were a real highlight of the night. Eddy June 16, 2016 Mitch, I finish working at 3 every day. I’m 66 years young, and have lived in Vancouver and Calgary. I can’t wait to get into my vehicle after work to listen to the music that you start your show with. It reminds me so much of the blues Saturdays at the OlD Yale hotel in Vancouver where Jim Byrnes would often be found playing. I can relate to your thoughts about music and sports heroes. For instance I was quarterback for the team that won the Quebec Football championship when I was 12 years old. The team was coached by Al Phaneuf and on the team were Wally Buono and Mike Belincko both later to become Alouettes. Anyway I love your show, keep up the good work Would love to meet you one day. Cheers ! Mitch Melnick June 22, 2016 Thanks Eddy. Much appreciated. I’m not that hard to find – especially around St. Patrick’s Day 🙂 Karen June 17, 2016 Amazing!! These photos helped me to relive that special, magical night. Thank you so much for sharing them. Mitch Melnick July 23, 2016 Thanks for coming out and supporting the cause. Daniel Miller August 5, 2016 It was a Great night. Enjoyed it immensely. Thanks for the recap and photos. Patrick M. Gouin October 13, 2016 Simply a great show as was the one for his 70th at the Campus in 2011. Can’t wait for the 80th… Thanks to all who made this happen! PS Dylan won the Nobel prize today What good news … Well deserved in my opinion … Robert Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan composed some of the most impactful poems set to music of the 20th century .. Finally, his genius is recognized with the most prestigious award….