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.
In his best-selling book “Imagine,” Jonah Lehrer presents a look into the mind and creative process of Bob Dylan. It’s just one small part of the writer’s third work of nonfiction, but now Lehrer is fessing up to fabricating multiple quotes from Dylan.
Hot off the announcement that his 35th studio album, “Tempest,” will be released September 11th comes the news that Bob Dylan will tour arenas this fall in support of the record.
At the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, Bob Dylan “went electric,” as his three-song set has since been famously dubbed. It was a turning point – the moment where he publicly shifted from acoustic folk activist […]
If the American public had its way, Bruce Springsteen would write a new National Anthem that would be heard before every ball game and at the start of every school day across the country.