Just in time for Bob Dylan’s 70th birthday, Red House Records has released its second tribute to the Minnesota-born folk-rock icon.
NY Times Op-Ed columnist Maureen Dowd had some harsh words about Bob Dylan’s recent concert in Beijing, saying that letting the Chinese government pre-approve his set list “may have done the impossible: broken creative new ground in selling out.” Take a look at the rest of the column.
Plans are brewing in Duluth for the Minnesota city’s first DylanFest, a celebration of folk-rock icon Bob Dylan during his 70th birthday.
Ask coast-dwellers and they’ll probably tell you it just doesn’t get more flyover than Minnesota. But America’s history books tell a different tale, and that’s across the entire spectrum of entertainment, arts, politics and science.
Bob Dylan has decided to play a gig at the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Some might scratch their heads at this mix, but Mischke wonders if this is just right. He takes a gander at […]