The official music video for “Like A Rolling Stone” premiered today on Bob Dylan’s website, part of the campaign for the release of Dylan’s The Complete Album Collection Volume 1. Although the song is just a little under 50 years old, the music video manages to put the track under a modern light by incorporating interactive components.
Perhaps more interestingly, however, are the traditional folk songs the soundtrack recreates using Marcus Mumford and the film’s main cast, comprised of Issac, Justin Timberlake and Carey Mulligan.
The cast pays tribute to their former castmate and viewers are left grabbing for the Kleenex.
After four decades, his rendition of the 18th century English folk song will finally see the light of day.
Between onstage collaborations, surprise guests and even “The Weight,” Friday night’s (July 26) stop on Bob Dylan‘s Americanarama tour — featuring Wilco, My Morning Jacket and Ryan Bingham — bore at least a little resemblance [...]
Bob Dylan ditched his microphone for an easel last Thursday (June 13) when he was spotted in Central Park, seemingly painting portraits of topless models lounging in the grass.
The “High and Dry” singer was tricked by his wife into appearing on the show–and he blew the judges away with a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love.”
Bob Dylan is about to kick off his AmericanaramA Tour, but he’s about to receive France’s highest honor. It was announced today (June 3) that the Legion d’Honneur awards committee confirmed the 72-year-old singer will receive France’s highest award.
Beck will perform “special acoustic sets with minimal accompaniment” in Paris at the Days Off Festival (July 2), as part of the Americanarama Festival in Wantagh, NY (July 27) and again the following night at the Newport Folk Festival (July 28).
Steven Van Zandt has rocked many a stage as a member of Bruce Springsteen’s mighty E Street Band, and now he’s about to hit the classroom.
Bob Dylan, Wilco and My Morning Jacket will do shows together as part of the AmericanaramA Festival of Music tour. And yes, the last A is supposed to be capitalized.
Was has produced all of the Rolling Stones’ albums for two decades, and has helmed sessions for Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt and Elton John. But he said that the Love For Levon show was one of the highlights of his career.
As if 10 Grammy Awards, an Oscar, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the National Medal of Arts aren’t enough for good ol’ Bob.
When The Lumineers attended the GRAMMY Nominations concert last month in Nashville there were a few clues that led them to believe they might receive a nomination. “We were at the nominations ceremony and we [...]
Just in time for the holidays, we’re offering brief takes on some of 2012′s best books for music fans. THE BOOK: 101 Essential Rock Records AUTHOR: Jeff Gold, plus essays and “as-told-to” contributions from David [...]