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  • Category: Features

    Remembering When Bob Dylan Shocked The World By Going Electric, On This Day In 1965

    An annoyed Bob Dylan took the stage on a Sunday night at the Newport Folk Festival, fifty-one years ago today, and did something that would forever change the way the world viewed him: he plugged in his guitar. What followed was a set of music that would offend his fans and friends alike, and fundamentally […]

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  • Category: News

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Brings Debuts, Unexpected Jams For Two-Night Capitol Theater Run [Pro-Shot]

    This past weekend, Joe Russ0’s Almost Dead made their highly awaited return to The Capitol Theater, NY for a two-night run at the historic venue, and their first shows in Port Chester since their 2016-2017 New Year’s run. As is usual in the New York market (and in most other markets, to boot), the performances sold out […]

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  • Category: Features

    Listen To The Grateful Dead & Bob Dylan Perform Three Sets Together, On This Day In 1987

    Back in 1987, Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead teamed up for an unforgettable summer tour. Dylan had been coming off a series of unsuccessful releases, and first teamed up with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers for a tour. Dylan and the Dead would perform in both 1986 and 1987, though the July 1987 series would ultimately make its way onto […]

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  • Category: News

    Firefly Music Festival Returned To The Woodlands Over The Weekend [Photos]

    Over the weekend, Firefly Music Festival returned to The Woodlands, bringing over 140 bands to its nine stages. Firefly sported a diverse range of acts over its four days, tapping The Weeknd, Muse, Twenty One Pilots, Chance the Rapper, Bob Dylan, Flume, Weezer, The Shins, and more to top its massive lineup. Luckily, photographer Sean DiSerio was on site to capture some of the action […]

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  • Category: Features

    Did Bob Dylan Accidentally Plagiarize SparkNotes For His Nobel Speech, Or Was That Part Of The Plan?

    Since winning the Nobel Prize in Literature last year, Bob Dylan has been notably unenthused about the honor. After the award was announced last year he spent weeks more or less carrying on as usual, refusing to acknowledge his prize. Eventually, he did go on to accept the award during a very intimate proceeding in Stockholm […]

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  • Category: News

    Listen To Bob Dylan’s Long-Awaited 30-Minute Nobel Lecture In Literature

    In April, folk hero Bob Dylan accepted the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature in April while in Sweden during a small ceremony restricted to a dozen or so people. His acceptance of the prize has been nontraditional to say the least, with the singer-songwriter skipping the celebration gala earlier in the year and taking months to even acknowledge […]

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  • Category: News

    The Capitol Theatre To Celebrate 500th Show With Bob Dylan

    Legendary singer, songwriter and, as of last year, Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan announced a string of North American tour dates recently, kicking off with three shows at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre on June 13th, 14th, and 15th. After an extensive European tour, the folk artist will spend three nights in the intimate, historic theater, promising an unforgettable experience […]

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  • Category: Features

    Celebrate Bob Dylan’s Birthday With His Best Moments & Tributes

    Happy 76th Birthday Bob Dylan! Possibly the greatest poet to come out of the 60s, Dylan is our most revered contemporary songwriter. His incredible catalog represents some of the most important work in the history of Folk, Americana, and Rock music. Classics tunes such as “All Along The Watchtower,” “Like A Rolling Stone,” “Maggie’s Farm,” […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Welcomes Sax And Covers Springsteen, Dylan, And MMW To Start CO Run

    The storm was already rolling in by the time that Joe Russo’s Almost Dead took the stage at the sold-out Ogden Theatre in Denver last night—a storm that was the source of much trouble this week, forcing the Thursday announcement that the group’s headlining performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, supported by Medeski, Martin, & Wood, would […]

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  • Category: News

    “World’s Largest Music Festival” Summerfest Announces 100 Diverse New Headlining Acts

    Today, Summerfest (presented by American Family Insurance) announced over 100 headlining acts that will perform at the “Grounds Stage” during the event’s 50th edition this summer, including The Shins, the Moody Blues, Atmosphere, Steve Miller Band, The Revivalists, Ziggy Marley, Peter Frampton, Toto, Blackberry Smoke, Blues Traveler, Allen Stone, The Marcus King Band, and many more. The full lineup for the festival can be viewed online here, as well as on the Summerfest […]

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