Today's music is from Bob Dylan singing "Full Moon and Empty Arms," a song made popular by Frank Sinatra in 1945. Dylan posted the song earlier this week on his website. It's believed to be from a new album that will be released later this year. Tomorrow night in Duluth, there will be "A Salute to the Music of Bob Dylan." Some of the musicians performing Dylan songs include Paul Metsa, Arne Fogel and former Rolling Thunder violinist Scarlett Rivera. The show is a benefit to raise money for the restoration of the Duluth Armory. The Armory is the place where Dylan says he locked eyes with Buddy Holly, just three days before the singer's death.