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Topic - Bob Dylan
Everyone (well, nearly everyone) has been wondering whatever happened to Al Gore, and whether he's still in the global-warming business. We can reliably report that yes, he is. A reporter ran into him the other night in Kansas City, where everything, even Al, is up to date and Al is peddling a new and improved line of snake oil.
The Seattle Seahawks had a blowout victory Sunday night, but there was no big winner in the Super Bowl ad contest.
The Seahawks pretty much ruined everyone's fun but their own.
As Super Bowl ads go, so goes America.
Music is taking center stage at the Super Bowl - and not just during the halftime show.
Bobby Vee still has the infectious smile, bright eyes and boyish good looks of his 1960s pop idol days, when he scored such hits as "Take Good Care of My Baby," ''Rubber Ball" and "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes."
Pete Seeger was a complicated man with a simple message: Make the world better, and be kind while doing it. To accomplish these goals, he harnessed hundreds of years of musical tradition into a single banjo and a single, unyielding human voice.
When Martina McBride started looking for material for her next album, she turned to the great soul singers Aretha Franklin and Etta James for inspiration.
The Grammy Awards are a family affair for the Mortons.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — There is no more beautiful sound than the voices of siblings swirled together in high harmony, and when Phil and Don Everly combined their voices with songs about yearning, angst and loss, it changed the world.
In "Inside Llewyn Davis," the Coen brothers let their natural pessimism run rampant against the backdrop of the Greenwich Village folk music scene of the early 1960s. The movie is set just before a novice Bob Dylan took that world by storm, and helped propel the niche genre to widespread public acclaim, but Mr. Dylan's surrealistic lyricism, allegorical style, and dark humor inform this wonderfully strange and idiosyncratic movie.
French authorities have filed preliminary charges against singer-songwriter Bob Dylan over a 2012 interview in which he is quoted comparing Croatians to Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan.
Some Minnesota lawmakers aren't too pleased with a decision to pour millions of taxpayer dollars into a campaign to promote Obamacare — using Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.
The attorney for San Diego Mayor Bob Filner argued in a letter Monday, one day before the City Council voted against paying for the mayor's legal bills, that the city should pick up the tab because it failed to provide adequate sexual harassment training.
Five major retailers, including CVS and Walgreens, have said they won't allow the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine — with its cover feature on Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev — near its store shelves.
"Let Germany brew your beer. Let Asia assemble your phone. We will build your car," Dylan says in the ad.
"Let Germany brew your beer. Let Asia assemble your phone. We will build your car," Dylan said in the ad.