Bob Dylan Covers
The singer-songwriter opens up about the 1966 motorcycle crash and strikes back at his critics in one of his most rattling interviews ever
West is a 'stone-cold genius,' says John
It's a land of Walt Whitman and Chuck Berry, of border towns and murder ballads — and America's greatest songwriter may be the last man living there
"Did I ever want to acquire the Sixties? No. But I own the Sixties – who's going to argue with me?"
With 'Love and Theft,' the influential artist moves surely into a new century
As they prepare for their American tour, Dylan and Petty and the Heartbreakers travel an old road to a new rock & roll sound
He was the voice of youth in the Sixties and the voice of aging youth in the Seventies. But what did he become in the Eighties?
"You've got to go on. Turn around, and you're on a different stage with a new set of characters"
Dylan interviewed in 1978, as his audacious four-hour movie 'Renaldo and Clara' is released
The singer-songwriter talks about 'Renaldo and Clara,' filmmaking and why he could never give up the stage
The pilgrims have landed on Kerouac's grave
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"
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'
Part one of a look at the rise of an icon, from his beginnings in Minnesota to his heights in Greenwich Village