SALT LAKE CITY — Bob Dylan's "Never Ending Tour" came to an end in July, but the singer-songwriter is preparing for back-to-back performances in Salt Lake City as part of his newly announced fall 2017 tour.
Staples is a prominent American civil rights activist, actress and singer of gospel and soul, well-known for her years performing with her family band The Staple Singers. Her upcoming album "If All I Was Was Black" will be released on Nov. 17, 2017.
Dylan, a multiple Grammy winner and one of the most prolific American songwriters of the past 50 years, released his most recent album "Triplicate" in March 2017 to favorable reviews. "Triplicate" was a triple-disc cover album of classic American music.
In October 2016, Dylan was awarded a Nobel Prize in Literature, but declined attendance to the ceremony.