Bob Dylan News
Rolling Stone browses 50 years of hidden history in Tulsa – from an unknown love song to Mavis Staples to video of Dylan recording "The Man in Me"
Slate writer Andrea Pitzer uncovers striking similarities between musician's thoughts on 'Moby-Dick,' entry on CliffsNotes-like site
"Specific books that have stuck with me ever since I read them way back in grammar school – I want to tell you about three of them," songwriter says
Nashville string band's Ketch Secor and Critter Fuqua explain why they chose to re-create Dylan's 1966 opus for a new live album
Second annual Dylan Fest also features Duane Eddy, Shooter Jennings, Butch Walker, John Paul White and more
Inside the development of our Records section – a launchpad for both key critics and artists they championed
Producer Arthur Baker joins us for an in-depth chat about the making of Dylan's most ultra-Eighties album
Guitarist played critical role on Dylan's 1965 LP 'Bringing It All Back Home'
Master improvisers Jack DeJohnette, Larry Grenadier, John Medeski and John Scofield reflect on the deep roots of their rock-inspired collective
Nelson will headline all shows, with Dylan, Isbell, Sheryl Crow, My Morning Jacket, the Avett Brothers and other artists on various dates
Also, expanded Doors and Fleetwood Mac, Aimee Mann, Nelly Furtado's 'The Ride,' Pharmakon's 'Contact' and more
Our take on the icon's third collection of standards
"I'll tune my banjo than the hills / And feast on milk and cream," singer wrote in 1961 in ode to Badger State ode
Swedish Academy will give Nobel medal and diploma to singer, who won't deliver required lecture yet
Tulsa collection available to researchers, with planned public center in the works