Bob Dylan doesn’t perform much on late-night television. But when he does, it’s memorable. Watch his May 19 Letterman appearance.
Dylan hasn’t been on ‘Late Show’ in 22 years.
The album will feature 36 tracks by everyone from Kris Kristofferson and The Monkees to George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
Don Was on the Rolling Stones’ ‘Sticky Fingers,’ Brian Wilson & the Sinatra Album that Almost [Ahem] Was
Don Was says he and Bob Dylan had a great idea for a late-career Frank Sinatra project: “We wanted him to do an album of Hank Williams songs.”
The body count in the three and a half minute video: two.
Will it see the light of day? It’s not known.
He thought he was there to drop a face-melting guitar solo on a Dylan track. That’s not quite how it went down.
“I wasn’t dissing Merle, not the Merle I know.”
His tour kicks off April 10.
If you thought Kanye West’s E! interview was a bit harsh and uncomfortable to watch, you might want to check out Dylan’s speech from two nights earlier.
Dylan might be the most-covered songwriter of all time, but he also enjoys turning the tables. Here are some favorite instances of the Bard interpreting other peoples’ songs.
If you’re a member of AARP, that’s now a bragging right—especially if you’re a fan of Bob Dylan.
For some reason, the Bard didn’t want to see any microphones in the studio, other than the one he was singing into.
Dylan’s most obsessive fan gets the documentary treatment in this fascinating new film. Watch it here.
Previously honored by Musicares have been Tony Bennett, Bono, Natalie Cole, Phil Collins, Neil Diamond and Aretha Franklin.
Hank Williams, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Neville and Chic are also among the artists who will have their songs and albums inducted into the 2015 GRAMMY Hall of Fame.