The Daily Cut: Bob Dylan "Highway 61 Revisited"Not released as a single, but was the B-side of Dylan's first post-Highway 61 Revisited release, "Can You Please Crawl Out My Window?"
Bob Dylan Once Pitched a Slapstick Comedy Show to HBOThe show was reportedly inspired by the slapstick of Jerry Lewis.
Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize Speech Turned Into New BookThe book will be available in standard hardcover and a very limited (and expensive) signed edition.
Bob Dylan Honors Tom Petty With 'Learning to Fly' CoverOn the day after what would have been Tom Petty's 67th birthday, Bob Dylan paid a beautiful tribute to his late friend.
Classic Rock Almanac October 23, 2017In 1963 Bob Dylan records "The Times They Are A Changin'" at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City.
Bob Dylan Announces 'Gospel Years' Bootleg Box SetThe set include Trouble No More: A Musical Film, a new feature-length film incorporating never-before-seen footage from Dylan’s 1980 tours.
The Daily Cut: The Byrds "Mr. Tambourine Man"Five days after Bob Dylan cut "Mr. Tambourine Man" for his Bringing It All Back Home album at Columbia Studios in New York, a new L.A. group called The Byrds recorded a much shorter version.
Classic Rock Almanac June 15, 2017Night Ranger guitarist Brad Gillis celebrates his 60th birthday today. Besides being a member of Night Ranger for the past 35 years, Gillis holds all of these distinction except one. Which of these did he never do?
Did Bob Dylan Plagiarize His Nobel Prize Speech?The similarities between the words Dylan used and some phrasing the SparkNotes entry for Moby Dick are uncanny.
Classic Rock Almanac June 10, 2017in 1968, The Jimi Hendrix Experience begin recording what will become the Electric Ladyland album at New York's Record Plant.
Bizarre Bob Dylan Merch In ChinaRaise your hand when this starts making sense. In China you can buy potato chip bags with Bob Dylans' image on the outside and lyrics on the inside, but no chips! Hands still down?
Bob Dylan Finally Releases 2016 Nobel Prize LectureIn order to receive the award worth $894,000, Dylan had to give a lecture within six months of receiving his Nobel Prize.