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The two-floor, 29,000-square-foot facility will provide fans with an insight into how the famous singer penned his songs. The museum also houses interesting memorabilia from his life
Bob Dylan's deal with Sony is separate from his blockbuster publishing sale to Universal
A lawsuit, filed Friday, alleges that Bob Dylan plied a girl with drugs and alcohol and abused her over six weeks in 1965
Universal, with its massive portfolio of artists, has benefited from the adaptation of music streaming across numerous platforms.
Bob Dylan, the grim-faced protest singer turned Nobel-winning poet, has been an unlikely comedian throughout his career
Bob Dylan, who has just turned 80, spent six decades singing about heartache, apocalypse and betrayal. But a cockeyed, wry humour has always informed his bleak worldview.
Alongside the journey through Dylan’s artistic landscape, the new exhibition will include curated immersive and interactive displays of his music and literary works adding context of this multi-faceted talent and his impact on popular culture spanning over half a century.
Al Schmitt, 20-time Grammy-winning recording engineer and producer of albums by Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, dies at 91
Al Schmitt, who has won the highest number of Grammys for recording engineering ever, had most famously worked on Steely Dan’s Aja, Ray Charles’ Genius Loves Company and Natalie Cole’s blockbuster album Unforgettable.
As Bob Dylan inks Universal Music deal, a look at why Nobel Laureate's catalog is revered more than any other popular musician's
Dylan’s deal includes 100 percent of his rights for all the songs of his catalog, including both the income he receives as a songwriter and his control of each song’s copyright.
Bob Dylan's collection includes modern standards like Blowin’ in the Wind, Tangled Up in Blue, and Like a Rolling Stone through to this year’s 17-minute opus on the Kennedy assassination, Murder Most Foul
Milton Glaser's pictorial sense was so profound, and his designs so influential, that his works in later years were preserved by collectors and studied as fine art.
In late March, Bob Dylan surprised fans by releasing a 17-minute song, 'Murder Most Foul,' inspired by the assassination more than five decades ago of US President John F Kennedy
The single sheet of paper shows the Bob Dylan’s creative musings as he drafted Most Likely You Go Your Way, one of the album’s most memorable songs
For a woman stuck at home in Brooklyn, coronavirus lockdown brings back memories of a decades-old LSD trip
Amid the coronavirus lockdown, all it took was a Bob Dylan song to bring back memories of a summer in Alaska.
Bob Dylan's lyrics to The Times They Are A-Changin' were sold to an anonymous private collector.
Bob Dylan releases Murder Most Foul, his first song in eight years, with allusions to John F Kennedy's assassination
In 2016, Bob Dylan became the first songwriter ever to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. 'Murder Most Foul' is his first original release since he received the award.
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During "Mann ki Baat", Modi talked about the Emergency, but he laid emphasis on the common people and not those who were responsible for it.
Rolling Thunder Revue: Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan anti-documentary chronicles famous 1970s concert tour
Rolling Thunder Revue feels more like an anti-documentary of sorts, as Martin Scorsese blends the real with the fake, leaving viewers to be as discerning as possible (or not).
Stockholm stars Ethan Hawke, Naomi Rapace, Mark Strong and Thorbjorn Harr.
Suspiria director Luca Guadagnino to helm film adaptation of Bob Dylan's 1975 album Blood on the Tracks
Luca Guadagnino has directed films like Call Me by Your Name and Suspiria.