Staff at Tower Records in Dublin got a nice surprise from Bob Dylan when they received a signed album from the singer to mark Record Store Day, which is taking place across the world today.
The music legend, who is nearly 60 years in the music industry, sent the signed copy of his 1997 album Time Out of Mind to the Dawson Street branch of the shop, saying he is a big fan of Tower Records.
Staff put the framed album on the wall behind the main cashiers' desk.
Unreal to receive a signed album from @bobdylan the day before @recordstoreday— Tower Records Dublin (@TowerDublin) April 12, 2019
It is now hanging pride of place behind our counter in Dawson St.
Thanks a million @bobdylan #legend pic.twitter.com/Y8EDiR79Hq
There has been a mutual appreciation club going on between the music shop staff and the artist, as this picture illustrates
Bob Dylan & Neil Young will be playing in Nowlan Park, Kilkenny on Sunday July 14.