Bob Dylan Censors Himself

(Rock News Desk) The Communist government of Vietnam didn't have to impose changes to Bob Dylan's setlist when he played in Ho Chi Minh City last night because the singer left them out himself.

It was Dylan's first appearance in a country where he's still seen by some as an icon of the anti-war movement through politically-charged peace songs including The Times They Are A Changing and Blowin' in the Wind.

Government officials usually demand to vet western artist's setlists to delete political content. But event promoter Rod Quinton says: "No restrictions were imposed." more on this story is an official news provider for the Day in Rock.

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