Back in 1988, The Traveling Wilburys supergroup (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, and Jeff Lynne) actually thought about touring to support their first album. Production/lighting designer Jim Lenahan (Petty's longtime designer) was enlisted for the job. For inspiration, he turned to the album's art. "It had all these weird, Monty Python-esque pictures on the back, and Eric Idle did the liner notes," he says. "So I envisioned some kind of Terry Gilliamesque vehicle as the ...

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