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Boy From the North Country

Buy a historic bar mitzvah site

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If you have $119,000 to kill, you could be the proud owner of the house at 2320 West Second Street, Hibbing, Minnesota, that, in a prior incarnation, was Agudath Achim Synagogue and the site of the young Robert Zimmerman’s bar mitzvah.

Below, Zimmerman, under a new name, sings a song he once heard in Utah, which may sound familiar.

House of the Rising Son: Site of Bob Dylan’s Bar Mitzvah for Sale [Arts Beat]

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Stu Shiffman says:

Oy vey, that was frightening…

Anything but frightening. From this clip you can hear how this 21-year-old could have gone on to become our Bob Dylan — or a dead-on musical comedian.

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Boy From the North Country

Buy a historic bar mitzvah site

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