Cutting-edge new video for the 1965 Bob Dylan song "Like a Rolling Stone" lets you flip through TV channels as a host of recognizable characters lip-synch their way through the iconic song.
The Audiophiliac thinks Dylan's alternate takes from his much maligned 1970 'Self Portrait' album are way better than the original album's cuts.
Glass artist Dylan Kehde Roelofs takes pages out of the books of Edison and Tesla to create stunning works of art that would be at home in a HG Wells novel.
Come gather 'round people, wherever you roam, and listen to a MIDI-controlled orchestra made of 97 gadget relics play a classic folk tune.
Sony Music is having a contest where you can remix a classic Dylan tune.
The mono versions of Dylan's early albums went out of print in the 1960s. The new ones sound singularly terrific!
In an era when Peter, Paul, and Mary aren't topping the charts with "Blowin' in the Wind," the protest song still seems to be finding a way to make itself heard.
Dylan's early demos were made in the hopes of getting other musicians to cover his songs. Now we can all hear Dylan's genius taking form.
On his radio show, Bob Dylan says he's in negotiations with two GPS companies to use his voice to give directions. Might this not depress drivers into taking some wrong turns in life?
Just received four remastered Bob Dylan albums, "New Morning," "Before the Flood," "The Basement Tapes," and "Dylan and the Dead" to explore. Nice!