This is what he says:

"I've seen it all completely fall apart, and I've seen our greatest leaders break the people's heart. I've seen most of what was begotten have a whole lot better days. I've seen it, kids, and I've seen it go away."

Got anything to say to that, Mr. Dylan? How about you, Ms. Baez?

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Ed
Ed

I saw Merle on Mother's Day and he was fantastic but I've got a really good question for you all......who were the two rockabilly country boys who sang between the opening act and Merle? Please...I'm ready to purchase a CD!

Amalpass001
Amalpass001

The two rockabilly boys were Chris and Taylor Malpass. You can check out their website...www.malpassbrothers.com.

Ted
Ted

Your barbs against Bob Dylan show that you have no idea of who Dylan is. He is not a hippie protest singer--he wrote a couple protest songs 45 years ago and moved beyond that quickly. Anyway, Haggard's giving up shows that he's no fighter at all, just a grumpy old man. Dylan and Baez have aged with more grace.

Joe Hanlon
Joe Hanlon

As a matter of fact youngster, you'd be a much better journalist if you did your research. Many of us have embraced both Merle and Dylan for years. I saw Merle and Bob play when they toured together in 2006. Additionally, on his number one platnium album, Dylan wrote a song called Workingman's Blues #2 which was a direct nod to Haggard. It was also as poignant and heart wrenching as any song written about our plight in America. Don't open your mouth if you can't walk the walk Boy. Go smoke some dope and listen to some good music. Then come back and try again to get it right.

Rick Hicks
Rick Hicks

"Palin-esque far right"?

screw you

 
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