Dark and foreboding, it’s the humor and lyricism of Dylan’s latest album “Rough and Rowdy Ways” that shines a light on our times.
The famed singer-songwriter opens up to David Yaffe about her excellent new album “Good Souls, Better Angels,” her Trump tune (“Man Without a Soul”), and much more.
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.