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Thursday, 7 May 2009

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Bob Dylan's new CD release, Together Through Life" having hit #1 as a just-released CD for the second time in three years has set tongues wagging that maybe the 67-year-old should do a CD collaboration with exciting new artist sensation, Susan Boyle.

"That might be very interesting", stated Dylan who wasn't immediately opposed to the idea.

"Maybe we could do some songs like Joan Baez and I used to do. One thing for sure, there'd be a harmony no one would forget."

Dylan also stated that Susan had an open invitation to his talk show on syndication, which seems to be on and off.

"She'd be a great guest. She's a quick wit as everyone saw in that original interview."

"About the talk show, it's fun to do a few at a time but I can't take it day to day. I've got to get out and sing. Maybe Susan could join Willie Nelson and me on tour. We love going to minor league baseball fields and jamming. Lots of other artists in the area show up so every show is different. We're in Louisville this month and John Mellencamp, from just north in Indiana, will be there."

"Tell Susan Boyle to call me once she's won that contest. Or she should, cause that's quite a voice she has there. Almost better than mine and Willie's", Dylan joked.

"Wouldn't you love to hear her sing, Subterranean Homesick Blues?"

"Bet she could really get into Girl From The North Country though, because she is one."

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