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.
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.
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.
Willie Nelson Announces Outlaw Music Festival Tour with Bob Dylan, Many MoreThe Avett Brothers, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, My Morning Jacket, and Nathaniel Rateliff will appear on select dates.
Phew, Bob Dylan Finally Got His Nobel PrizeDylan agreed to accept the award in a closed-door setting. He declined to give a "Nobel Lecture" and no media were invited to the event.
Bob Dylan Archives Center Opens in Tulsa, OklahomaThe items include hours of studio sessions, film reels, and stacks of unpublished lyrics.
Bob Dylan Will Finally Accept His Nobel Prize for Literature"For Dylan to receive the cash prize of roughly $900,000, he must actually deliver a lecture by June."
Listen to Bob Dylan Take on SinatraDylan has taken on the late Frank Sinatra in “I Could Have Told You,” and now he reimagines Sinatra’s “v.”
Bob Dylan Announces Triple Album of American Standards'Triplicate' will contain three albums of American standards
This Week In History: The Beatles, 'We Are the World,' 24-Hrs of Zeppelin, Billy Joel, and MoreThis week we take a look back at one PowerHouse Entertainment manager; the fastest number one song ever recorded; one very loooooooong playing song, and a whole lot more! ~Joe Causi
Watch Joseph Fiennes Play Michael Jackson in New TV ShowFiennes and Stockard Channing play Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor on a cross-country road trip in the immediate aftermath of 9/11. Brian Cox plays Marlon Brando, who also joined the alleged ride.
David Bowie’s ‘Lazarus’ Originally Involved Fake Bob Dylan SongsDavid Bowie originally had a much different idea for his musical Lazarus than what ended up being produced.