Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers rode into town Sunday night November 7th for a high-energy rock show before a sold-out house at the Greenwich Odeum. Dylan and the band were certainly pumped for the show, which saw the crowd on their feet singing along all night long.

The band tore through classics including “6th Avenue Heartache,” “One Headlight,” and closing encore “The Difference.” They also shined on the popular Tom Petty cover “The Waiting,” among others.

The Odeum is back in full swing (with, like most large venues, a vax and mask mandate), and has concerts scheduled from John Waite, David Bromberg and Forever Young over the next couple of weeks. Click here for the full schedule.

What’s Up Newp’s Rick Farrell was at the show and shares some great pics below.

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Rick Farrell

​Rick Farrell of Mojo Photography has been drawn to music his entire life. Maybe it was growing up in Newport, RI, host to the venerable Newport Jazz and Folk festivals. Or maybe it was the countless...