The most memorable Tom Petty moment that I saw live was with Cornel Bogden of "Tangled Up In Blues" on October 16, 1992 during Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Celebration at Madison Square Garden in New York City. After doing "License to Kill" and "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" with the Heartbreakers and "Mr. Tambourine Man" with Roger McGuinn, Tom joined Eric Clapton, Dylan, George Harrison, Neil Young and McGuinn for "My Back Pages". The list of everybody that played that night was unreal. Johnny Cash, Willie, Eddie Vedder, Lou Reed, Stevie Wonder, John Mellencamp, Chrissy Hynde and more..
Neil Young: ""Rest In Peace Tom - Tom, I'm sure you heard how great your last show was. Everyone was talking about your happiness and the band's happiness to be with you on that stage. Those chords are still ringing around the world. You have been such a great force...a tremendous contribution to music and the feelings people will hold in their hearts forever when the hear you everywhere. Peace Brother."
November 13, 1977