Oscars-Things have changed

While Bob Dylan's recent Nobel Prize as well as his winning of a Presidential Metal of Freedom are absolutely accomplishments, none of them came hand in hand with an amazing performance like his Oscar did. It was a major moment in Bobby's career, and he was able to show the world that he was still kickin' and rockin' more than ever.

Watch below as a well dressed, mysterious yet composed Bob Dylan delivers a stunning version of his song "Things Have Changed".

It's quintessential Dylan, all presence, no fooling around, straight out of the airwaves and into your gut.

He's well dressed, too.

Something about this song seems perfect for a Hollywood audience. There's nothing like showing you care by nailing a master track, live, about how you "don't" care. Or does he? (for more on this song check this out).

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