Woodstock was a quiet small-town hub for artists - then Bob Dylan arrived
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Her cover of Bob Dylan’s "Forever Young" scraped just 39,000 combined sales and streams since its release
Dylan will play at the Teatro Auditorium Manzoni in Bologna again tonight
The 10cc musician said it was 'ridiculous' that Uptown Funk the Mark Ronson hit assembled from a variety of sources, now has 11 different writers attached to its credits
One of the 18 CDs that makes up the upcoming 'The Cutting Edge 1965-1966' will be devoted to the epic
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Rudimental, The 1975, Passenger and The Waterboys will also play in June
For Bob Dylan fans, the moment he plugged in his electric guitar at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, signalling a departure from his folk roots, has gone down in history. Yesterday, the Fender Stratocaster on which he plucked and strummed his first electrified notes to a live audience sold for $965,000 (£590,000) — the highest price ever paid for a guitar at auction.
The musician likened Croatians to Nazis and slave owners
The success of Jake Bugg and Ben Howard has given rise to a new wave of male singer-songwriters who are queueing up to show off their sensitive sides
Bob Dylan's new iron sculpture exhibition is lacking dynamism, but the musician proves himself to be a talented polymath rather than a hobbyist
Given the banalities and blandishments expressed by many of the current crop of so-called singer-songwriters who rely on a coterie of collaborators, it's refreshing to listen to Justin Currie, currently touring Lower Reaches, his third solo album since Del Amitri went on a hiatus that will end in January.
As Johnny Flynn a releases a new track, After Eliot, Chris Mugan traces the Modernist's longstanding influence on popular music