The Daily Cut: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "Jammin' Me"Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' guitarist Mike Campbell shares songwriting credit with Petty and Bob Dylan on "Jammin' Me."
Willie Nelson Announces Outlaw Music Festival Tour with Bob Dylan, Many MoreThe Avett Brothers, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, My Morning Jacket, and Nathaniel Rateliff will appear on select dates.
Classic Rock Almanac April 9, 2017In 1969 Bob Dylan released Nashville Skyline.
Phew, Bob Dylan Finally Got His Nobel PrizeDylan agreed to accept the award in a closed-door setting. He declined to give a "Nobel Lecture" and no media were invited to the event.
Bob Dylan Archives Center Opens in Tulsa, OklahomaThe items include hours of studio sessions, film reels, and stacks of unpublished lyrics.
Bob Dylan will Finally Accept His Nobel Prize for Literature"For Dylan to receive the cash prize of roughly $900,000, he must actually deliver a lecture by June."
Classic Rock Almanac March 22, 2017The Beatles released their debut album, Please Please Me, in Britain on March 22nd, 1963. Six songs on Please Please Me are cover versions, which one of those is sung by Ringo Starr?
Bob Dylan Announces North American Tour DatesDylan will make his way across the U.S. and Canada this summer.
Classic Rock Almanac March 19, 2017In 1982, Ozzy Osbourne Band guitarist Randy Rhoads, 25, dies after the pilot of a small airplane he's in flies low to buzz Osbourne's tour bus, then fails to regain height and crashes in a nearby woods.
Classic Rock Almanac February 25, 2017Harrison, born shortly after midnight, between 1992 and his death he celebrated his birthday on the 24th, though the 25th is now generally recognized as the correct date.
Listen to Bob Dylan Take on SinatraThe album will be out March 31.
Classic Rock Almanac February 10, 201745 years ago today, the late David Bowie played his first show using his "Ziggy Stardust" alter ego at a pub in suburban London. Who was the first artist to cover the Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars song "Life on Mars"? Bowie called that version "bloody awful" and "atrocious."

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