Bob Dylan

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Guinness heir Tara Browne who died in December 1966 with his wife Nikki photographed by Michael Cooper Copyright the Michael Cooper Collection

Like many young Irish couples, my parents moved to England in the mid-1960s when its capital city just happened to be the coolest point on the planet.(...)

A billboard for Bob Dylan with congratulations on his being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature outside the Cosmopolitan  Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the singer played a concert on Thursday. Photograph: Paul Buck/EPA

Newly minted Nobel laureate Bob Dylan kept cool as a cucumber on stage in Las Vegas, barely speaking a word to the audience in his first public perfor(...)

There are few enough happy surprises in modern life but the awarding of the Nobel Prize for Literature to Bob Dylan represents a popular and worthy ch(...)

For his acceptance, Bob Dylan is giving a concert, not a reading – which says it all. Photograph: Istvan Bajzat/AFP/Getty Images

For the times they are a-changing . . . No doubt they are, and few artists know more about flux than Bob Dylan, this year’s surprise choice of Nobel L(...)

Bob Dylan in New York in 1963. Photograph: William C Eckenberg/The New York Times

In one of the most controversial decisions in its 115-year history, the Swedish Academy has awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature to Bob Dylan,(...)

Bob Dylan: worthy of the Noble laureate

The gloomy English poet Philip Larkin hated most things about the modern world – even Miles Davis – so the fact that he was even half-tolerant of Bob (...)

Lance Armstrong will appear at the RDS in October. Photograph: Elizabeth Kreutz/Reuters/Lance Armstrong Foundation/

I know someone heading to Desert Trip next weekend, in Indio, California, a new three-day music festival which features a grand total of six artists: (...)

Delicate, interesting, vibey: Bridgit Mendler

TRACK OF THE WEEK Bridgit Mendler - Atlantis For those not in the know, Bridgit Mendler is a Disney alumnus whose debut never really managed to take (...)

In tune with his times: Richard Fariña plays harmonica with Eric von Schmidt in 1963. Photograph: Redferns/Getty

He is almost forgotten now, but 50 years ago Richard Fariña seemed poised for fame. The only issue was whether he would follow a literary or a musical(...)

Loudon Wainwright III: Essentially both memoir-as-theatre and realignment of parental issues, Wainwright describes the show as a “posthumous collaboration”. Loudon Wainwright III: “Family is still a fascinating subject for me”

We mean this in a good way, but if there is a more self-centred songwriter than Loudon Wainwright III, we have yet to encounter them. You know his of(...)

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