Minnesota Historical Society

Koch, Kathy
April 2005
MAC Newsletter;Apr2005, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p19
The article reports that Cleve Pettersen, a resident in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has donated the original recording of one of the historic impromptu performance of Bob Dylan, a notable singer and songwriter, to the Minnesota Historical Society. Accordingly, the tape, known as "Minnesota Party Tape," is available to the public at the Minnesota Historical Society Library in the Minnesota History Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota.


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