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The 50 Most Stylish Musicians of the Last 50 Years

Musicians may get famous for their, well, music, but their senses of style are another iconic part of their personas and performances. Here, a look back at some of the most stylish music men of the past 50 years. They do not disappoint.

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Bob Dylan Finally Gave His Required Nobel Prize Lecture. Here It Is. | HuffPost

“I hope what I say will be worthwhile and purposeful,” Dylan started his lecture.

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Why Bob Dylan Deserves His Nobel Prize - Rolling Stone

According to the Swedish Academy, Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition."

Music | Music News

Watch Bob Dylan Finally Cover Free Bird at a California Concert!

Bob Dylan cover's Lynyrd Skynyrd's 'Free Bird' for the first time during a California show.

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Bob Dylan’s forgotten pro-Israel song, revisited | Jewish Telegraphic Agency

The Jewish folk rocker released the surprisingly strong defense of Israel in the '80s.

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Bob Dylan's Massive, Overlooked 1965 Live Archive: 10 Essential Moments

Unpacking the revelatory digital-only companion to 2015's Bootleg Series landmark

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Inside the Incredible Restoration of Dylan Doc 'Don't Look Back' | Rolling Stone

D.A. Pennebaker and producers of Criterion's DVD release weigh in on their incredible restoration of the classic Bob Dylan doc 'Don't Look Back.'

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Flashback: Beatles Cover Bob Dylan During 'Let It Be' Sessions

The 1966 classic is one of many covers the Fab Four messed around with during the 'Let It Be' sessions

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Bob Dylan Has Recorded Another Album of Frank Sinatra Songs

Occasional Bob Dylan collaborator Daniel Lanois has revealed that the singer-songwriter's venture into standards might not be limited to last month's Shadows in the Night.

News | In The News

Bob Dylan: The Government's Not Going to Create Jobs. Billionaires Can | Rolling Stone

Bob Dylan said that the government doesn't need to create jobs, that billionaires should, in a new interview, partially about 'Shadows in the Night.'

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Bob Dylan Plays Concert for One Insanely Lucky Superfan | Rolling Stone

Bob Dylan played a four-song set to an audience of one in Philadelphia as part of a Swedish short film series

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Bob Dylan Releasing New Album 'Shadows in the Night' In 2015 | Rolling Stone

A flyer inserted into Bob Dylan's new 'Basement Tapes Complete' box set revealed a new cover disc is coming in 2015

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Hear Bob Dylan's The Basement Tapes: The Bootleg Series Vol 11

Bob Dylan’s 1967 recordings that came to be known as the Basement Tapes have never made available in their entirety, even in bootleg form – until now. Before their official release as a six CD boxset, listen to these selected highlights and let us kno

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Watch Bill Murray Sing Along to Bob Dylan - Esquire

Get the latest in pop culture as Stephen Marche and the writers of Esquire recap what's new in movies, TV, music, books and more.

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Scientists Compete to Hide Bob Dylan Lyrics In Their Research Papers

A group of Swedish scientists with a lot of time on their hands have spent the last 17 years competing to see who can sneak the most Bob Dylan lyrics into their research papers.

Books | Books

The Dylanologists

Detectives on the trail of a musical enigma, Bob Dylan’s most tenacious fans prove nearly as intriguing as the elusive artist they revere. A study ...

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Dylan Sings Sinatra

Earlier this week, Bob Dylan surprised fans by posting the first track from a previously unannounced new album on his website. The song,

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Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' Lyrics Going Up for Auction

Sotheby's announced Thursday that it will make available "the only known surviving draft of the final lyrics for this transformative rock anthem" on June 24th as part of the auction house's rock and pop music sale. The lyrics, written in pencil on four sheets of hotel stationery, are expected to fetch between $1 million and $2 million.