Conor McPherson’s ‘Girl From the North Country,’ with music by Bob Dylan, has been beautifully remounted on Broadway—a dark and witty tale of lost souls in Depression-era America.
Jerry Schatzberg shot everybody who was anybody in the ’60s, from Hendrix to Castro, and went on to make great movies. But his photographs of Dylan are in a class by themselves.
Alec Byrne captured the heart of London's Rock and Roll musical explosion through the mid-1960s through the mid 1970s.
It’s great to hear his music, but 20 beautifully crafted Bob Dylan songs also feel slightly in the way in Conor McPherson’s dark, Depression-era play ‘Girl From the North Country.’
The game-changing album, released in 1968, marks its 50th anniversary with a wondrous deluxe box set. The Band’s lead guitarist and songwriter opens up about its creation.
Broadcasting live from Minneapolis following the Super Bowl, the ‘Tonight Show’ host performed an updated version of Bob Dylan’s “The Times They Are a-Changin’”—direct at Trump.
François Villon liked to run with Parisian crooks and low-lifes—but his poetry influenced everyone from Bob Dylan to Bertold Brecht.