Dylan also sent a thankyou speech to be read on his behalf.
He’ll “absolutely” do his best to attend the awards ceremony.
There’s been no indication whether he’ll actually attend the ceremony
The times, they are a-changing.
A veritable who’s who of rock n’ roll, already being dubbed ‘Oldchella’.
“Not for the first time in my life, my hunger overpowered my respect for other people’s property,” says Lupi.
Neil Young, Sir Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones and more have all reportedly been lined up.
‘Just Like A Woman’ features on an upcoming album of never-before-heard Buckley tracks.
Meanwhile, security is being ramped up at music venues across the UK.
It seems Bob Dylan is finally getting the hint that no one really cares about his new music and to mark this moment of clarity, the legendary songwriter is releasing 20 different versions of his famous tune Like A Rolling Stone. First released back in 1965 on the seminal album Highway 61 Revisted, the 20
Playing at the recent Newport Folk Festival, Courtney Barnett, Hozier, Dawes‘ Taylor Goldsmith and J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jnr have all been lined up and offered a chance to play the guitar which Bob Dylan played when he appeared at the festival in 1965. A pivotal performance in his career, and a seminal moment in
Folk legend Bob Dylan is one of music’s most celebrated wordsmiths, renowned as “The Bard” and “The Voice Of A Generation” with his poetic lyrics that framed the cultural zeitgeist of the 1960s and ’70s. But it turns out smile-phobic rapper Kanye West actually writes songs with more lyrical diversity than old Bobby D. According
David Letterman hasn’t been on TV quite as long as Bob Dylan has been making music, but there’s still something incredibly poetic about one of the music industry’s most revered veterans stopping by to pay tribute to the King of Late Night in his penultimate episode. The Bard returned to the Late Show for the
Bob Dylan superfan Fredrik Wikingsson has described his experience of being the sole audience member for Dylan’s special set at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music as a “flood of emotions” that had the 41-year-old Swedish TV personality on the verge of tears. Wikingsson found himself alone before Dylan and his band as part of Swedish film
Bob Dylan has announced the details of Shadows in the Night, a new studio album that will feature re-interpretations of Frank Sinatra tracks. The collection of ten songs will be released in February 2015 and marks the first new music from Dylan in three years. “It was a real privilege to make this album,” Dylan
This past weekend Bob Dylan and his band walked onto the stage at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music and began a very special concert performance, playing to an enamoured audience of just one. Yes, one very lucky Bob Dylan superfan Fredrik Wikingsson. “At this point I still thought I was about to get Punk’d,” 41-year-old Wikingsson
1969 was a pretty incredible year for music. The Beatles delivered both Yellow Submarine and Abbey Road in the space of a few months, The Rolling Stones dropped Let It Bleed and Bob Dylan immersed himself in country music with his Nashville Skyline. However, according to reports in a new book, that golden period of
How many notes must a man write down before you can publish a book? The answer, my friends, is no longer blowin’ in the wind, but instead can be found in the upcoming Bob Dylan publication The Lyrics: Since 1962, which will contain every single lyric Dylan has ever recorded since his very first album.
Yes, you can now watch American actor Bill Murray sing along to Bob Dylan‘s 1975 song Shelter From The Storm, thanks to a newly-released clip from Murray’s forthcoming appearance in the film St. Vincent (no relation to that other St. Vincent). In the heartwarming clip below, Murray portrays the grumpy war veteran Vincent as he
Bob Dylan has confirmed he will play a historic and intimate club show in Brisbane later this month, as he makes the rounds of his long-awaited Australian and New Zealand tour. The announcement follows an incredible spate of sold-out shows, as fans rush to see the rock icon in the flesh. What began as rumours