Published May 20, 2015Dubbed "the greatest songwriter of modern times" by David Letterman, Bob Dylan served as the late-night television host's final musical guest last night (May 19) on The Late Show.
The legendary folk singer first appeared on the program in 1983, and last graced the studio stage in 1993 — until last night. Dylan performed "The Night We Called It a Day" from his latest record Shadows in the Night, which is out now on Columbia.
Hear his nasally, crooning salute to Letterman by hitting play below. Letterman's final show airs tonight (May 20) on CBS.