Bob Dylan is one of the best and most important musicians in the history of modern music. He began with folk songs in the early 60s steeped in Americana only to set the world on fire when he performed at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965 with a Fender Stratocaster. Dylan ended the 70s with a conversion to to Christianity and spent the next few years dabbling in different genres. In the 80s, Bob Dylan toured extensively per usual. He hit the road with the Grateful Dead in 1987, and in 1988 he embarked on the "Never Ending Tour." The tour ran from June to October and ended with three nights at Radio City Music Hall. Dylan ended the decade with Oh Mercy, an album that was seen as a return to form. This vintage two-sided Bob Dylan tie dye shirt, in excellent condition, is from the 1988 tour.