Singer and longtime Ginsberg admirer deftly tackles beat poet's tongue-twisting, Gulf War era anti-war poem
"Do The Meditation Rock" previews 'The Last Word on First Blues,' upcoming anthology of poet's singer-songwriter recordings
Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue plays tribute to Carter in Clinton, NJ.
The pilgrims have landed on Kerouac's grave
Imprisoned boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter gets a star-studded benefit
Dylan's famous folkie show hits the road
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
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 I of the interview Dylan gave in 1965 at KQED