Justin Vernon launched his career from a cabin in the Wisconsin woods, where he spent the winter of 2007 in isolation.
A vestige of 1960s Greenwich Village has been painted over by a Mexican restaurant, prompting an outcry from New York City preservation advocates.
In the June issue of Vanity Fair, Christopher Hitchens writes about the newest assault by his esophageal cancer: "Most despond-inducing and alarming of all, so far, was the moment when my voice suddenly rose to a childish (or perhaps piglet-like) piping squeak.
Country music used to be a niche genre, aimed at those who lived in the small Southern towns depicted in so many country songs.
Bob Dylan doesn't understand all the fuss about his tour last month in China.
A welcome sense of optimism pervaded the 10th annual Tribeca Film Festival.
"The Ballad of Bob Dylan: A Portrait" (Harper), by Daniel Mark Epstein: At one point in "The Ballad of Bob Dylan," the author is asked to pitch a plot for a musical featuring the folk-rock star's songs.
He danced, drink in hand, to the music of British rhythm and blues artist Jon Cleary, but there was no one act that drew Ray Ladonceur to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on Friday's opening day.
Emmylou Harris is looking out the window of her writing sanctuary, a small room in the upstairs of her house. Two friends are walking in the backyard.