The Avett Brothers plays Bob Dylan


The Avett Brothers from Concord, North Carolina is made up of two brothers, Scott Avett (banjo) and Seth Avett (guitar), as well as Bob Crawford (double bass) and Joe Kwon (cello). Mike Marsh (drums) and Paul Delfigia (keyboard) are touring members of the band, with Kwon featured on recordings from 2007’s Emotionalism and later.

I saw them at Oya Festival in Oslo a few years ago, a great concert.

The Avett Brothers have spent much of the past decade nurturing their skill as songwriters, along with their skills as vocalists and musicians. That said, most of their shows include very fine cover songs. I have dug up some fine interpretations of Bob Dylan songs.

The Avett Brothers talk about their favorite album: Bob Dylan’s “Blood on the Tracks”:


The Avett Brothers pull out a Bob Dylan cover in Columbus, OH @ Lifestyles Communities Pavilion 5/19/2012.

The Avett Brothers – The Man in Me:

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Scott Avett – One more night:

The Avett Brothers perform Bob Dylan’s “Just Like A Woman” with help from Simone Felice at Mountain Jam VII on Saturday, 6/4/11

The Avett Brothers – Just like a woman:

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The Avett Brothers with John Oates at the  Champlain Valley Expo, Essex Junction, VT, 6.3.11

The Avett Brothers – It Ain’t Me Babe:

Johnny Cash & The Avett Brothers – One Too Many Mornings (audio only):

…I did find a very poor clip of The Avett Brothers on Jimmy Fallon doing One too many mornings. I have to include it, but hopefully we will get a high quality upload in the future…Oh, by the way the fine people over at Paste magazine has a good video.

The Avett Brothers – One Too Many Mornings (crank up the sound!):

…and a little interview/clip about the Amnesty album, Chimes of freedom:

– Hallgeir (I took all the pictures as well)

2 thoughts on “The Avett Brothers plays Bob Dylan”

  1. Thank you! I love The Avett Brothers, and Dylan was obviously a huge influence on them. Natch.

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