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When I was in eighth grade I first heard Bob Dylan on the radio While randomly switching stations I came across Like A Rolling Stone playing loud and clear Instantly I was a fan I began to collect everything I could My father seeing my new found interest decided it would be the fatherly thing to do to support me So for my fifteenth birthday he bought me two tickets to see Bob Dylan in concert when he came through Austin I couldnt believe it I was so excited to go I had forgotten the general audience Dylan attracts Due to Rainy Day Women 12 35 many Dylan fans have associated his entire career with some kind of drug use Luckily my sister Sarah was thinking clearly at the time She politely pointed out that my father hated Dylans music and told him how painful it would be for him to see it After a short time my father conceded that it would be better if I went with my sisterIt was the most awesome experience up to that point in my life We got there relatively early so I got to see the variety of the audience People brought their families bikers old men with young women hippies cowboys stoners and just plain average folks like me The Ian Moore Band some local Red Hot Chili Peppers take-off opened for him but they would not get off the stage They played for over an hour People were starting to harass them They threw paper cigarette butts and almost anything else they could get their hands on just to get these people off the stage They were horribleAfter a while it hit me that I was about to be in the same room with a man whose fame has spread worldwide I was so much in shock I was able to block out the rest of the opening act Finally Ian Moore leftThe audience
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