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February 24, 1990, Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, California.
Universal Amphitheatre was an indoor amphitheatre located in Los Angeles, Ca., within Universal City, then remodeled and converted into an indoor theatre in 1982 to improve acoustics. Its capacity was 6189 seats. It closed on September 6 2013, to be demolished for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles

    Roy Orbison died December 6, 1988, in Hendersonville, Tennessee. This concert was held in his honor and conceived by his wife, Barbara, knowing his commitment to the homeless. The concert consisted of narration, musical performances, film, poetry, and taped messages.

roy orbison tribute 24 february 1990 Bob Dylan Programme Original program (8.5 x 11 inches).

    The program booklet lists names of hosts, performers, and credits (concert production). There is a very nice 3 page synopsis of Roy's life and legendary career with pictures, including an awesome one with The Beatles (early: he was one of their heroes). There are several pages of written tributes from famous singer/songwriters: Bruce Springsteen, Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Bono (U2), Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones), Jeff Lynne (ELO, Traveling Wilburys), Tom Petty, George Harrison, and Chris Isaak.
     The program include photos: there is a full page photo of Cher. Roy's complete discography is listed on a full page. All photos are black/white.

    The program was printed before all acts were lined up, so an addendum page was included. It is a loose sheet of nice linen paper. Many of the hosts/performers are listed in the booklet; all are listed on the loose sheet. Not on the list of performers (they just showed up): George Harrison, and... Bob Dylan.

Bob Dylan performed three songs at the concert:
    Mr. Tambourine Man
    He Was A Friend Of Mine (trad., registered as Bob Dylan)
    Only The Lonely (Know The Way I Feel) (Roy Orbison/Joe Melson)