Bob Dylan Sued For Allegedly Sexually Abusing Girl In 1965
Bob Dylan has been sued in a New York court by a woman who says the US rock and folk legend sexually abused her almost 60 years ago when she was 12. The lawsuit filed Friday alleges that Dylan abused the plaintiff, referred to in court documents as J.C., over a six-week period between April…
Universal Music Buys Bob Dylan's Entire Catalogue
Universal Music has bought the entire back catalogue of Bob Dylan's songs, the company announced Monday, describing the deal as "one of the most important" music publishing agreements of all time. The deal covers more than 600 song copyrights spanning 60 years including "Blowin' In The Wind," "The Times They Are a-Changin'," "Like A Rolling…
Bob Dylan Drops First Original Music "Murder Most Foul" In Nearly Ten Years
Bob Dylan is back and the fans are ecstatic as the singer has dropped his first original music in eight years. The song, a 17-minute ballad "Murder Most Foul" is about the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Dylan on the song retells the shooting of the US president while describing the evolution of 1960s counterculture. According to…
After Dylan's Nobel, Academy seen making conventional pick
The Swedish Academy stunned the world last year when it awarded the Nobel Literature Prize to US counter-culture icon and rock star Bob Dylan. This year, experts say, the laureate will be more conventional.
Bob Dylan's five main inspirations cited in Nobel lecture
In his long-awaited Nobel lecture, Bob Dylan reflects on the possible links between his lyrics and literature and mentions artists and books that have inspired his songwriting.
Dylan to headline Montreal Jazz Festival
The festival, one of the key events on the jazz calendar, will take place from June 28 to July 8 with Dylan playing June 30 in the 20,000-strong Bell Centre arena.
Dylan says Amy Winehouse was last 'individualist'
In a lengthy dialogue with writer Bill Flanagan posted on Dylan's website, the new winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature hailed the English soul singer who died in 2011 at age 27.
Sony deletes tweets on Britney Spears's death, blames hackers
"Sony Music Entertainment's Twitter account was compromised. This has been rectified," it said. "Sony Music apologizes to Britney Spears and her fans for any confusion."