The guest-packed 'Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes' will feature never-before-heard lyrics from Bob Dylan.
Bob Dylan attended Hibbing High's Class of '59 10-year reunion on Aug. 2, 1969.
A record collector has come into possession of 149 previously unknown acetates believed to be recorded by Bob Dylan from 1969-70.
A handwritten draft of the rock classic has been sold for an astonishing amount.
Dylan was making his first public appearance since a Woody Guthrie tribute in 1968.
Dylan's more personal songs are often overlooked in favor of his protest music - but they resonate just as profoundly.
We chronicle the missteps Bob Dylan made in the '80s, which led many to question if he had lost his touch.
He's also posted what appears to be the cover image from this previously unannounced studio effort.
Mick Jagger sang the Bob Dylan classic at a memorial service for his girlfriend, who died on March 17.
The lyric sheets are part of a Sotheby's auction called 'A Rock & Roll History: Presley to Punk.' They could sell for between $1 million and $2 million.