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Bob Dylan interrupt concert and gets mad at fan for taking photos

Bob Dylan hates taking pictures

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Bob Dylan interrupt concert and gets mad at fan for taking photos

Bob Dylan has asked the public not to photograph his performances for a long time. The musician is one of those who believes that using the smartphone during a musical presentation is a disrespect to the artist.


On Wednesday night (17) he got mad with a fan during a concert at the Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna, Austria. When he noticed that he was being photographed, he immediately stopped the show and asked if it was to sing or pose on the stage. Upon being attended, he continued the show without further problems.

In the video he was spotted talking with the fan, you can see all the annoyance of Dylan with the issue of photography to the point of stumbling and almost fall on the stage.

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