Bob Dylan, Chronicles, Volume One (Simon and Shuster, 2004), p. 13: He was different from the rest of the teen idols, had a great guitarist who played like a cross between a honky-tonk hero and a barn-dance fiddler. Nelson had...
Bob Dylan, David Bowie, and Justin Timberlake are just a few of the artists over the past year to offer full-length, high quality streams of their newest albums on iTunes in the days before release. The latest to follow in the trend is award winning electronic music duo Daft Punk with a full length stream […]
“How many hours I had devoted to [the idea] that midnight had toes, and that one of them, the big one, had been broken.” – Michael Chabon musing over his years-long misunderstanding that Bob Dylan was singing “far between sundown’s … Continue reading ?
The album was the warm yellow window of someone else’s house as you walk by on a cold night. Listening to it was the feeling you get when you look into this stranger’s window and wish you lived there.
Richard Harmon is a lover of laser tag, Bob Dylan and wolves. With those interests in mind, it's no wonder Richard can play such diverse characters.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Singer Bob Dylan was made an honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, joining the ranks of leading writers, composers and artists in the prestigious 115-year-old group.
When Greil Marcus coined the phrase “Old Weird America” in his book Invisible Republic, he wasn’t describing The Handsome Family. The line that Marcus drew from Harry Smith’s Anthology of American pre-World Folk Music to Bob Dylan and his work with The Band could easily continue it’s sonic trajectory to the husband and wife songwriting [...]Show More Summary
It's another side of Bob Dylan. Listen to Bobby McFerrin cover a Dylan classic in an exclusive track from the new album “Spirityouall."
A few days ago, I went to see Bob Dylan play in Charleston, South Carolina. As I was leaving the show, I walked by a trio of hippie-ish young guys who were enthusiastically passing out newsletters to people as they left the venue. One...Show More Summary
When Bob Dylan hits the road this summer, he won't be playing any dates in New York City proper, which means if you want to see the iconic folk hero, you'll have to go to Jones Beach or New Jersey. And the latter option just got wayShow More Summary
I’m not the kind of cat that’s going to cut off an ear if I can’t do something. Bob Dylan (musician and poet) What do I care about the purring of one who cannot love, like the cat? Friedrich Nietzsche (philosopher) My house is run, essentially, by an adopted, fully clawed cat with a mean [...]
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour has won a share of Sweden's $150,000 Polar music prize - awarded in the past to Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan and violinist Yo-Yo Ma - for promoting understanding between faiths as well as for his musi...
The latest look at Brian K. Vaughan's TV adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome uses Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower" to set the tone and then shows us the utter devastation a giant invisible dome will cause a small New England Town when it comes slamming down onto the earth. Show More Summary
Before the Beatles or the Rolling Stones, Jim Hendrix, Bob Dylan and others, there was Pete Seeger. With his five-string banjo in hand, Seeger helped to lay the foundation for American protest music.
An anti-war song of Bob Dylan’s, typed by the man and written around the time of his debut record, is expected to bring in about $39,000 $54,400 at auction in June. The song was intended for a book of anti-atom bomb songs, which was given to New York record store owner Izzy Young. Show More Summary
It's the ridiculous idea that won't die: every year as the announcement of the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature approaches some folks convince themselves that Bob Dylan is in the running for the prize -- his closing odds at Ladbrokes...Show More Summary
Christie?s announces the sale of important, unreleased lyrics by Bob Dylan which will be offered in the Pop Culture sale on 26 June 2013. The ?Bomb? song, Go Away you Bomb, was written for an unpublished book of anti-nuclear protest songs in 1963 when Dylan was working on his seminal album The Freewheelin Bob Dylan. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - The unpublished lyrics of an anti-nuclear protest song written by Bob Dylan 50 years ago are to be sold in London next month after being found in a drawer in Sweden.
Two previously unreleased Bob Dylan song lyrics will be auctioned by Christie's on June 26th. "Go Away You Bomb" and "I Want That Bomb" were written by Dylan in 1963 for Izzy Young of the Greenwich Village Folklore Center. "I asked everyone I knew to write a song about the nuclear bomb," Young tells Rolling Stone. Show More Summary
Press release: Christie’s announces the sale of important, unreleased lyrics by Bob Dylan which will be offered in the Pop Culture sale on 26 June 2013. The ‘Bomb’ song, Go Away you Bomb, was written for an unpublished book of anti-nuclear protest songs in 1963 when Dylan was working on his seminal album The Freewheelin Bob Dylan. The lyrics were never [...]