Bob Dylan to sing at White House
Published 28/01/2010 | 10:49
Bob Dylan is set to perform at the White House, in celebration of Black History Month.
The US legend will join a lineup of entertainers including Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Seal, Smokey Robinson and Natalie Cole, as they sing songs from the Civil Rights Movement.
Hosted by US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, In Performance At The White House: A Celebration Of Music From The Civil Rights Movement will be hosted by Morgan Freeman and Queen Latifah.
The star-studded event takes place on February 10 and will be streamed live online at www.whitehouse.gov.
Previous concerts have featured Aretha Franklin and Obama's "musical hero" Stevie Wonder, who was the first to be honoured by an In Performance in Obama's presidency.