Make of it what you will. Did Dylan sell his soul to the devil for name and fame? As a Dylan aficionado since the early '60s, I can tell you that Dylan is never quite straight in an interview. He...
FROM SEN. MARCO RUBIO to Stormy Daniels, vocal figures in President Trump’s orbit haven’t been shy about attempting to expose the commander in chief. Now, New Yorker artist Barry Blitt gets a shot at fleshing out his perception of Trump and his “stormy relationship” with the press, as he described it to the magazine. For the […]
A set of cool pics that capture vintage rock stars with their pets in the past. Axl Rose Bob Dylan Bon Jovi David Bowie David Jones See more »
The Avener is a French deep house DJ/producer who, for some reason, has decided to rework "Masters Of War" from Bob Dylan's early career highlight The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan -- I guess because 55 years later war masters keep on warrin'? One thing I can say about this remix is that it definitely exists. Hear…
Let's say you're a Bob Dylan fan because sometime in his storied career he spoke to your soul. Spoke, not sang, because the man sings only a little better than Fergie sang at the NBA all-star game. But that's just one critic's opinion. The point is, we choose our......
YouTuber Polyphonic, who does incredibly informative video essays about music, took a long deep look at the iconic Bob Dylan song “Tangled Up in Blue” from the equally iconic album Blood on the Tracks and went through it verse by verse to unravel what was going on. What he discovered was a deliberately ambiguous time...
He toured with Chuck Berry and Bob Dylan but eventually quit music to become a lawyer.
"He's just a guy with a guitar with a little mischief underneath." The post Bob Dylan at 20 on Skipping School, Playing Music, and Freak Shows appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Don’t let the costume and Fallon’s history fool you — this one hits hard.
An actor known for roles on the TV series “Justified” and “Home Improvement,” who also played drums behind Bob Dylan, Kenny Rogers and Johnny Rivers, has died. Deadline reports that Mickey Jones died today following a lengthy illness. He was...
Debuts on February 26 on Cinemax The post Cinemax’s New Film Trouble No More Spotlights Bob Dylan’s ‘Gospel’ Period appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Jimmy Fallon recreated Bob Dylan's 1964 classic "Times They Are a-Changin'" to criticize Trump on a live broadcast of "The Tonight Show" Sunday night. Fallon's rendition of the song also touched on the #MeToo movement and the NFL players'...Show More Summary
NBC Jimmy Fallon, the incredibly talented comedian whose Tonight Show plummeted in the ratings after he played with candidate Trump’s hair on-air, has been taking a few more shots of late at our embattled, incompetent president. Whether...Show More Summary
Bob Dylan updates "The Times They Are A-Changin'" for 2018 Fallon Tonight (@FallonTonight) February 5, 2018 ... More »
Jimmy Fallon performed Bob Dylan‘s “The Times They Are A-Changin’” – with some 2018 tweaks! The 43-year-old late night TV host performed a special updated version of the song during his show on Sunday night (February 4). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jimmy Fallon “Come women and men who hashtag Me Too, and [...]
The 'Tonight Show' tweaked the lyrics to Dylan's 1964 song "The Times, They Are a Changin'" to criticize the president's frequent accusations of "fake news" and his comments about NFL players who take a knee during the National Anthem. read more
Jimmy Fallon rose to the task of putting on a live edition of his late-night show after the Super Bowl, palling around with longtime mate Justin Timberlake, the cast of NBC’s This is Us and Dwayne Johnson. As agreeable as the showw was...Show More Summary
Approaching the Classic Rock cover, from a thoroughly Shulman-y angle; these are some of my favorites. In Part 3, covers of Led Zeppelin (x2), and The Who; as well as Fleetwood Mac, Bob Dylan and The Band, Pink Floyd, The Doors, and The Nerves [Part 3 of 3]
A line from Bob Dylan's "Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues."Which is what I thought of when I read (at CNN)...A typo on some of the tickets issued for President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address to Congress Tuesday provided invitees...Show More Summary
Gary U. S. Bonds, From a Buick 6. Wow! Undoubtedly the best cover of the Dylan number. And better than the original. Sorry, Bob. Bonds had a number of hits in the early '60s such as Twist, Twist, Senora. Cute...