Bob Dylan, 'Chimes of Freedom'
Three months after the assassination, Dylan suggested the band take a detour on their touring route from Jackson, Mississippi, to Denver, so they could visit Dallas, according to Robert Shelton's definitive biography, No Direction Home: The Life and Music of Bob Dylan. Once there, they drove their station wagon along the president's fateful route, trying to surmise how it could have gone down.
That same year, he released "Chimes of Freedom." While Dylan insisted it wasn't about Kennedy, the song closely follows the lines of poems he wrote in the aftermath of the assassination that clearly were about JFK.