Kesha Performs Bob Dylan Classic For His 75th Birthday


(Radio.com) Just one day after Kesha's cover of "It Ain't Me, Babe" mesmerized audiences at the Billboard Music Awards, the pop star flew to Nashville to perform another Dylan tune. She sang "I Shall Be Released" at Dylan Fest, a two-day concert dedicated to the folk-rock icon on his 75th birthday.

This time, her song choice seemed to make a bolder statement in light of the ongoing legal action she's taken against Kemosabe Records and her producer, Dr. Luke-whom she's accused of sexual, physical and emotional abuse.

"Down here next to me in this lonely crowd / Is a man who swears he's not to blame," the song goes. "All day long I hear him cry so loud / Calling out that he was framed."

"I see my light come shining / From the west unto the east," the lyrics continue. "Any day now, any day now I shall be released." Read more and watch Kesha's performance here.

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