Bill Murray and Steve Buscemi joined a star-studded bunch of well-known faces in celebration of Bob Dylan’s 77th birthday live from New York City’s town hall.

The concert, which also coincided with the 55th anniversary of Dylan’s iconic gig at the same venue in 1963, was titled ‘Tomorrow Is A Long Time’ and produced by Hal Willner. The event welcomed a host of actors, comedians and musicians to put together a song for song recreation of the past event.

The likes of Laurie Anderson, Emily Haines, Mark Kozelek, Nels Cline, Peter Wolf, and Natalie Cressman all appeared before Steve Buscemi joined in for ‘Talkin’ and Bill Murray put together a rendition of ‘Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right’.

[MORE] – Amazingly, Dylan is still touring and you can find his tour dates here. 

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