First the Christmas album, and now this?
We think we’ve figured out why Bob Dylan chose AARP for his first interview in three years.
If your new album includes songs originally recorded by a guy who would turn 100 this year if he was still alive, it makes total sense that you'd grant AARP an exclusive interview, right?
Bob Dylan has said that 'Blood on the Tracks,' his 15th album and one of the greatest of his long career, isn't personal.
'Stay with Me,' another song from Bob Dylan's upcoming standards album, has been made available.
Bob Dylan's his 14th studio album 'Planet Waves,' released on Jan. 17, 1974, found him working with the Band again.
We already knew 'Shadows in the Night,' Bob Dylan's upcoming album of Frank Sinatra covers, represented something different for him.
If Bob Dylan’s second album, ‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan,’ hadn’t done enough to earn him the tag of the voice of his generation, the follow-up solidified it.
In 1966, Bob Dylan -- with his backing band the Hawks in tow -- embarked on a world tour that left him beaten, cynical and exhausted.
When Bob Dylan's ‘John Wesley Harding’ album was released on Dec. 27, 1967, fans didn’t know what to make of it.