Bob Dylan News
Review: Sam Baker makes art with a style all his own
Music Review: Sam Baker once again blurs the line between music and poetry with a style that conveys both sadness and hope
Review: Willie Nile's 'Positively Bob' is rollicking Dylan
Music Review: Willie Nile delivers 10 rollicking Dylan covers on 'Positively Bob,' a fitting tribute from a New Yorker who deserves wider recognition
These brothers help Rudy Mancuso, Lele Pons, others cash in on viral stardom
Shots Studios' John and Sam Shahidi represent social celebrities and help them turn their content into sharable videos.
Otis Redding and the 50th anniversary of the Monterey Pop Festival
Jonathan Gould, author of a new biography about Otis Redding, shares details about Redding's performance at Monterey.
Remembering the legacy of Otis Redding
Author Jonathan Gould discusses his new biography on the short life of Otis Redding.
Bob Dylan's Harlem brownstone hits market for $3.6 million
The times are indeed a-changin' because Bob Dylan is selling his Harlem brownstone. The singer lived inside the four-story home, located in the New York City neighborhood's famed Striver's Row, for 14 years from the 1980s until 2000. The asking price? $3.6 million. The 3,952-square-foot home
Review: Katy Perry's 'Witness' is 'bumpy,' Phoenix, Chuck Berry and more
intro: This week Katy Perry comes back with a new record, the late Chuck Berry releases his final album, punk icons Rancid return, French band Phoenix release their first album in four years, Fleetwood Mac ’s Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie join forces on a new album and country legend Glen
Glen Campbell's last record "was therapeutic," says daughter
Recorded before Alzheimer's disease took his singing voice, Glen Campbell's last album "Adios" was therapeutic" for the legendary performer, said his daughter Ashley Campbell
10 Things to Know for Thursday
Among 10 Things to Know: Rifle-wielding gunman opens fire on Republican lawmakers at ballfield; questions about alarms follow deadly London high-rise fire; why Bob Dylan's words are being parsed.
Dylan Nobel lecture used phrasing similar to SparkNotes
The whiff of plagiarism is blowin' in the wind for Bob Dylan. Phrases sprinkled throughout his Nobel Prize are very similar to phrases from the summation of "Moby Dick" on SparkNotes, a free online version of Cliff's Notes