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'Universal Love' playlist is a short collection of wedding classics reworked for same-sex couples. The album featured songs by The Beatles, Janis Joplin, and others performed by LGBTQ members and supporters like Kesha, St. Vincent, and Bob Dylan.
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He was given the award on Oct. 13 and the presentation is on Dec. 10.
The Nobel Prize, somebody most people would love to talk to, can't even get a call back from Bob Dylan, the man who just won its 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Bob Dylan has been recognized for his outstanding achievement as a songwriter by receiving the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Bob Dylan will hit the road this fall, launching a solo run from mid-October through November. The 27-date trek will span across North America making stops in cities such as El Paso, Tulsa, Baton Rouge and many more.
If you thought music festival tickets this summer were pricey, think again. While a pass to a festival like Coachella, Austin City Limits, or Bonnaroo isn't exactly the biggest bargain of the summer, the recently announced Desert Trip Festival in ...
Bob Dylan, one of the music icons who are still active in the music industry up to this day, turns 75. Dylan is preparing for his summer tour with Mavis Staples and he has just recently released his 37th LP, Fallen Angels and American Songbook ...
It's no secret that Kesha stole the show at the Billboard Music Awards over the weekend, as she triumphantly returned to the stage amid her legal battle with Dr. Luke to perform a cover of Bob Dylan's, "It Ain't Me Babe." However, before the dust ...
In celebration of Bob Dylan's 75th birthday today, experimental ravers Animal Collective have released a remix of Mr. Zimmerman's famed ballad "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" from his watershed 1963 sophomore album, 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.'
The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Who, Neil Young, Roger Waters and Paul McCartney at the "concert of the century."
What is being dubbed the "biggest concert in history" may be coming to Southern California this fall.
Kesha has been named as a performer at a special two-day Bob Dylan tribute event organized by The Best Fest. This Dylan Fest falls on the iconic musician's 75th birthday and could be Kesha's first perfromance since her legal troubles with Dr. Luke.