A memoir by Bob Dylan's longtime road manager, who died in 2001, is being completed by his son. The book will detail Victor Maymudes's decades-long relationship with the singer-songwriter, whom he first met in 1961 when Dylan was still a struggling folksinger.
Bob Dylan was already the darling of the modern folk movement when he released his second album on May 27, 1963. 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan' is the LP that delivered on Dylan's early promise and provided his springboard to legendary status.
Bob Dylan has included a lot of locations in his lyrics, and to mark his 72nd birthday and the 50th anniversary of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, Slate has constructed a map of almost every street, town, and city he's ever sung about.
Bob Dylan has been a semi-permanent fixture on the road for so long that he really has to do something special to remind us that he's still on tour -- and that's exactly what he's done with his just-announced 'Americanarama Festival of Music.'
Bob Dylan will be the first rock musician to be elected to the Academy of Arts and Letters, which is "an honor society of 250 artists, architects, playwrights, authors, poets and composers," according to Vintage Vinyl News.
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