Montclair-based Outpost in the Burbs will present “May Your Song Always Be Sung,” a tribute to the music of Bob Dylan on Thursday, May 20 at 8 p.m.

This virtual benefit concert will feature a multitude of musicians performing songs by the legendary artist, who will turn 80 on May 24. All proceeds from this concert will benefit The Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair, as part of the Outpost’s ongoing “Music For Meals” outreach program.

The line-up for the virtual live-stream presentation will feature performances by: Richard Barone, Bill Frisell, Jeffrey Gaines, Amy Helm, Robyn Hitchcock, Lucy Kaplansky, The Kennedys, Mary Lee Kortes, Bettye LaVette, Nils Lofgren, Low Cut Connie, James Maddock, Willie Nile, Zara Phillips. Emma Swift, Richard Thompson, Dan Wilson and WFUV’s Paul Cavalconte.

“May Your Song Always Be Sung” premieres on the Outpost in the Burbs Facebook and
Youtube channels  on May 20, and will be available for a limited time for free on-demand streaming.

Outpost is inviting all viewers to make donations to Human Needs Food Pantry via the
link at, in addition
to supporting the participating artists via their respective websites.