Bob Dylan growls his way through a version of John Lee Hooker's 'Tupelo Blues,' as the latest advance track surfaces from the upcoming 'The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11.'
As Bob Dylan gets set to release the much-anticipated new volume in his ongoing Bootleg Series, a six-CD box set devoted to 'The Basement Tapes,' one of the songs from the sessions is now available for your ears.
Bob Dylan completists will have a chance to own copies of every single lyric to every single one of his songs later this year, but it comes with a couple of warnings -- the first one being "lift with your legs."
It may not rhyme with many particularly poetic-sounding words, but that hasn't kept the name Maggie from popping up in rock songs from time to time, and we're pitting two of the best against each other in this edition of Clash of the Titans.
Of all the low points Bob Dylan somehow steered into throughout his long career -- the early '70s, the late '70s, the early '80s, etc. -- none was as low as the one he reached by the mid- and late-'80s.
A long and diverse list of artists have turned out to pay tribute to Paul McCartney with 'The Art of McCartney,' an all-star assortment of covers due in stores Nov. 18.
The mid-to-late '60s saw the Beatles morphing from mop-topped pop stars into Nehru jacket-wearing mystics -- a transformation that may have started on Aug. 28, 1964, when Bob Dylan introduced the Fab Four to the joys of smoking marijuana.
Bob Dylan's Never Ending tour will be returning to America.
The 11th volume of Bob Dylan's 'Bootleg Series' will be released on Nov. 4 and, for Dylanologists, it doesn't get much better than this.
Woodstock '94, the “middle child” between the peaceful original 1969 concert and 1999’s disaster, began on Aug. 12, 1994.