Not one to let an increasingly coarse voice stop a good thing, Bob Dylan will hit the road for a summer tour that will include a stop at Lewiston's Artpark (450 South Fourth St.) on June 30.
The legendary singer-songwriter will be on the road in support of his just-announced new record "Fallen Angels," the 37th studio album in his long running career. While not a stranger to the area over the years, his June appearance will mark his first show at the Lewiston amphitheater since 2012.
Joining Dylan on his first North American tour in two years will be longtime soul musician Mavis Staples. The singer recently released a new album of her own, the M Ward-produced "Living on a High Note" earlier this year. The record features contributions from Justin Vernon, Neko Case and more.
Tickets go on sale March 18; more information is coming later today.