Cat Power brings her new live album "Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert" to Italy. Last November, the U.S. artist took the stage at London's Royal Albert Hall, giving the audience a masterful re-enactment of one of the most legendary live concerts of all time. Held at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966 - but commonly referred to as the "Royal Albert Hall Concert" due to a mislabeled bootleg - the original show saw Bob Dylan make his iconic switch from acoustic to electric mid-performance, incurring the wrath of folk purists and forever changing the trajectory of rock and roll. In her personal reinterpretation of that epochal concert, Cat Power infused each and every song with grace and a tangible sense of protective reverence, transposing the anarchic tension of Dylan's set with a warm, glowing joy. Now immortalized in the live album "Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert," the hypnotic performance by Charlyn Marie Marshall - this is his real name-not only does he pay homage to his hero's imprint on history, but he also brings a new and stunning vitality to many of his most revered songs.