From The Basement Tapes to the mythical New York sessions, Dylan’s work is central to bootleg culture.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
More Blood, More Tracks liner notes author clears up misconceptions about one of Bob Dylan’s most speculated about albums.
These movies just wouldn’t be the same without that guy from the lingerie ads.
D.A. Pennebaker’s classic documentary captured Dylan as we’ve never seen him before or since.
From the singer’s on-screen performances to how his stories have evolved by the medium.
Shooter Jennings, The Watson Twins and others break down Dylan’s most emotional album.
The event, taking place Friday, July 12th in London’s Hyde Park, is part of the UK music festival series British Summer Time.
Dylan’s first late-night TV appearance in over three years.
Host Paula Mejía digs deep into the stories of love and rupture that these songs tell.
Host Paula Mejia kicks off the series with the Lincoln Center’s Jill Sternheimer and NPR’s Ann Powers.
If Blood on the Tracks was any less painful, it would be dishonest. If it was any less hopeful, it would be pointless.
Introducing a new podcast dedicated to re-defining and evolving the legacy of masterpiece albums.