Author Clinton Heylin says the singer was in England and Los Angeles for much of the period in 1965 when the abuse allegedly took place in New York.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer stepped in after a fan said Rodrigo's track was a direct lift from "Pump It Up."
Howard Simon checked out Dylan’s “Self Portrait” album in 1973 from a University Heights library and recently returned it along with $175.
The former president surprised the 22-year-old YouTube stars while they were listening to Dylan’s 1964 anthem “The Times They Are A-Changin'.”
The Nobel Prize-winning songwriter also revealed that Barbra Streisand was the lady in his 1969 hit, "Lay Lady Lay."
The new tune, "Murder Most Foul," also references the Beatles, Stevie Nicks, Nat King Cole, Queen and so many more artists.
The "Little Women" star is reportedly learning guitar to better portray the rock legend.
A new Martin Scorsese movie debuts.
On "Universal Love," singers flip pronouns and traditional gender roles.
The Nobel Committee could hardly have selected a better winner to wash away the embarrassing awkwardness of last year’s prize.
The singer got goosebumps while recording Dylan's songs.
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Maybe -- but more importantly, he was intellectually lazy.
Two Americans “testified” this week: Bob Dylan and James Comey. Two very different men: a counter-culture Lefty icon and
"I hope what I say will be worthwhile and purposeful," Dylan started his lecture.