“Here’s pretty close to what I said last night in Madison. I said from the stage that we had to play better than good tonight, that the president was here today and he’s a hard act to follow. Also, that we’re not fooled by the media and we think it’s going to be a landslide. That’s pretty much all of it.” – Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan has already gotten some attention for his rather violent video for “Duquesne Whistle,” the first single from his Tempest album. Now, there’s a “lyric video” for the same song that takes a cue from his classic video for “Subterranean Homesick Blues.”
Johnny Depp may already be a superstar actor and guitarist, but now he’s adding publishing executive to his resume. Depp has just announced his literary imprint with top publisher HarperCollins,
Like fellow folkies Dawes, Mumford & Sons seems to be one of the most predominant new acts to be name-checked by rock’s royalty. Let’s take a look at which other musical icons have endorsed Marcus Mumford and his mates.
Following last week’s goldmine of new music from legacy artists, we’re finding a few familiar faces at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Bob Dylan’s latest, “Tempest,” debuts high – No. 3 – while ZZ Top scores its highest album debut ever, coming in at No. 6 with “La Futura.”
This week’s Rolling Stone finds Bob Dylan giving a rare interview – and boy is it a doozy.
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
On Tuesday, Bob Dylan will release his 35th album, “Tempest,” but fans don’t have to wait that long to hear it.
Bob Dylan’s new video for “Duquesne Whistle,” like many of his songs, tells a seedy story.
“Tempest,” Bob Dylan’s 35th studio album due out this fall, is said to show the darker side of Dylan. He originally set out to make a religious album, but in the end, he created something deeper and darker than he intended.