Bob Dylan and the Band
The singer-songwriter talks about 'Renaldo and Clara,' filmmaking and why he could never give up the stage
Dylan's 'Basement Tapes' captures the reality of where he was at a particular moment
A new book compares Dylan's lyrics to some of the great writers of the American tradition
Times are changing and so is the songwriter
Reporting from the end of the line at the Los Angeles Forum
I had the idea that I was hallucinating, that it was William Blake's voice coming out of the walls and I stood up and put my hands on the walls and they were vibrating
"There's still a message. There's always a need for protest songs. You just gotta tap it"
Ruminations on the cultural impact of Bob Dylan
The Big D kicks off a new tour and brings his music's timeless power
Forms own record label, and lines at post offices across the country, as tour approaches
Graham Handling 25-City Tour, Elektra-Asylum Said to Have Inside Track on Album
After a turbulent year apart from Yoko, a mellower Lennon says he's better for the journey and insists there's no bad blood between him and his old bandmates
Part two of the Bob Dylan story, from his time on the road in the mid-60s to his relationship with Joan Baez to his re-invention with 'New Morning'
A surprise New Year's Eve appearance.