Jakob Dylan has certainly traveled an interesting path over the past decade and a half. The first hurdle to clear was the almost insurmountable impact of his famous surname and the inevitable comparisons that would be drawn between his work and that of his impossibly legendary father. But on his sophomore solo effort, 'Women and Country,' Dylan stacks the deck in his favor with producer T Bone Burnett and a band skilled at creating music dripping with atmosphere.
Jakob Dylan, fighting to regain the long-lost career momentum he had
with The Wallflowers' 1996 multimillion-selling, Grammy-winning
'Bringing Down the Horse,' is on tour to showcase a new Roots Rock album, 'Women and Country.' The new album prominently features Neko Case and Kelly Hogan on supporting vocals, and the two singers will be on stage with Dylan in Covington.