A man of many talents, Australian theatre and television actor, singer, guitarist, songwriter and musician John Waters will perform at the Dubbo RSL Club on November 1.
Waters will take his love for Bob Dylan on the road with his show 'Dylan Revisited' and will perform across an array of rural Australian communities.
Most commonly known for his star roles in popular television shows Offspring and All Saints and for his time on renowned children's show Playschool, Waters' first love has always been raw rock and roll.
Waters will be performing and interpreting some of the greatest songs from Bob Dylan, from 'Blowin' in the Wind', 'Like A Rolling Stone' and 'Hurricane', to 'Knocking on Heaven's Door' during a show he says allows him to be his self.
"A lot of people know me from my last show 'Lennon Through a Glass Onion'," Waters said.
"That one was a lot darker; I started the show off by being released from a straight jacket.
"This show is just me being myself.
"I don't have to get into a character, I'm just being me, and I find that really liberating."
Waters said he hopes to find the right balance between producing authenticity to how he performs Bob Dylan's songs and adding his own unique identity to them.
"Audiences want to hear the songs and be able to recognise them, but in saying that, I don't want to go out there trying to copy Bob Dylan," Waters said.
This won't be Waters first time visiting Dubbo, but according to him "it's been a while".
"It's [Dubbo] always a good place to visit," he said.
An exclusive interview with John Waters will feature in this Saturday's edition of the Daily Liberal, September 14.