No artist has had a career like Bob Dylan’s. It spans more than 50 years and includes more classic albums than almost any other artist. It also includes its fair share of duds, but who else has released a classic LP like ‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan’ way back in 1963 and is still making modern-day masterpieces like ‘Modern Times’ 43 years later? From his acoustic singer-songwriter beginnings to his plugged-in revolutionary records of the mid ‘60s to the country music that followed to the late-career rebirth on pre- and post-new-millennium albums like ‘Time Out of Mind’ and ‘Love and Theft,’ Dylan has crafted a body of songs that is as timeless as it is contemporary. He’s made one of rock’s best double albums (‘Blonde on Blonde’), breakup records (‘Blood on the Tracks’) and all-time greats (‘Highway 61 Revisited’). Nobody else has that kind of track record.
Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson Announce Star-Packed 2024 Outlaw Tour
John Mellencamp or Robert Plant & Alison Krauss will also perform at each stop.
Cat Power Channels Dylan at Carnegie Hall: Concert Review
Singer-songwriter performed the entirety of Dylan's 1966 Royal Albert Hall set.
60 Years Ago: Dylan Elevates With 'The Times They Are A-Changin"
If his second album hadn’t done enough to earn the tag of the voice of his generation, the follow-up solidified it.
Bob Dylan's 'Profound' Words Following Jerry Garcia's Funeral
Grateful Dead promoter John Scher recalls the Bard's poignant thought.
Bob Dylan's Unreleased 1973 Studio Outtakes Surface in Europe
The 28-track collection was finally put out thanks to a copyright law.
Bob Dylan Sells His Scottish Mansion for $5.35 Million
The rock legend got $1.4 million over asking price for his gorgeous estate.