It was announced Friday that Minnesota's own Bob Dylan will perform Tuesday, May 19, on the next-to-last episode of "The Late Show With David Letterman." It's his first appearance on the show since 1993. He did the "Late Night" program twice, including a prime-time special where he did "Like a Rolling Stone."

So what will he perform during this historical appearance? Dylan has been sticking by a fairly steady set this past year, barely digging into his classics, but he may mix it up for the occasion. We asked staff members their predictions:

Rohan Preston, theatre critic: ""Mr. Tambourine Man" (I like the' play one more for me' line)

Chris Riemenschneider, music critic: He's been ending his shows of late with 'Stay With Me' which is actually perfect for the occassion. (Excellent choice, although perhaps a bit of a let down)

Tim Campbell, A&E editor: agress it will be a Sinatra tune.

Jon Bream, music critic: Thinks 'Forever Young' is too obvious and sentimental. He's betting on "Blowin' in the Wind' because it works on so many levels.

Neal Justin, TV critic: Color me sentimental.I'm going with Forever Young.

You can find out for yourself what he chooses on Tuesday with special guest Bill Murray.

Older Post

Remembering B.B. King in concert and in conversation in the Twin Cities

Newer Post

How did Kevin Hart become a star? By getting in shape