WHEN AN ACCIDENTAL FIRE IS FOUND TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY A BOMB, LILLY AND THE TEAM RE-OPEN THE 1981 CASE INVOLVING THE MURDER OF A YUPPIE COUPLE, ON "COLD CASE," SUNDAY, FEB. 18, 9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT
Original Songs By Multiple Grammy Award Winner and Living Legend Bob Dylan Will Be Featured Throughout The Episode
"Blood on the Tracks" -- When an accidental fire is found to have been caused by a bomb, Lilly and the team re-open the 1981 case involving the murder of a yuppie couple, on COLD CASE, Sunday, Feb. 18 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Kevin Bray directed the episode that was written by Gavin Harris.
Original songs by multiple Grammy Award winner and living legend Bob Dylan will be featured throughout the episode:
"The Times They Are A-Changin'"
"All Along The Watchtower"
"Ballad Of A Thin Man"
"Thunder On The Mountain"
"Positively Fourth Street"
"Knockin' On Heaven's Door"
"Simple Twist Of Fate"
"Like A Rolling Stone"
As the case takes shape, Lilly discovers that the yuppie couple, Jack and Johanna, was hosting a college reunion for their tight-knit group of friends the weekend they were killed. As Lilly digs deeper, she uncovers the friends' ties to a '70s radical activist group and a secret from their past that drove the circle of friends apart, a secret so devastating it led to the murder of two of their own.
Bob Dylan is one of the world's most popular and acclaimed songwriters, musicians and performers, having sold nearly 100 million albums and performed literally thousands of shows around the world in a career spanning five decades. His newest album, Modern Times, has already sold more than two million copies, reaching the Number One slot in 13 countries worldwide. He wrote and recorded "Things Have Changed" for the 2000 film "Wonder Boys," for which he received both the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award. The first volume of his memoirs, "Chronicles," was one of the most acclaimed and best-selling non-fiction works of 2004, and last year's "No Direction Home" film, directed by Martin Scorsese, captivated audiences worldwide as it documented Dylan's early career and rise to fame. The film won a Peabody Award in 2006.
Lilly Rush: Kathryn Morris
Scotty Valens: Danny Pino
LT. John Stillman: John Finn
Nick Vera: Jeremy Ratchford
Will Jeffries: Thom Barry
Kat Miller: Tracie Thoms
Janie Melinda: Page Hamilton
Sean: Raymond Ochoa
Louie: Doug Spinuzza
Jack Kimball: Jamie Bamber
Johanna Kimball (1981): Kelly Overton
Sara Lowell (1981): Bess Wohl
Sara Lowell/Johanna (2007): Cindy Pickett
Porter Rawley (1981): Sam Trammell
Porter Rawley (2007): Patrick St. Esprit
Tom "Z" Zimmerman: (1981) Scott Michael Campbell
Tom "Z" Zimmerman: (2007) Sam McMurray
Roger McBride: William B. Jackson