Bob Dylan's Born Again Christian period of 1979 to 1981 - an intense, wildly controversial time that produced three albums and some of the most compelling and confrontational concerts of his long career - will be chronicled on the next chapter of Dylan's ongoing Bootleg Series.
Trouble No More -
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Tim Heidecker combines two frequent targets of his song parodies on the comedian's new track "Bob Dylan's Trump Campaign Song."Bob Dylan's Trump Campaign Song (Demo) by Tim Heidecker
"Here's the song Bob Dylan
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'I'd always liked the stage and even more so, the theater," Bob Dylan wrote in his memoir, Chronicles. "It seemed like the most supreme craft of all craft." But for nearly five decades, the idea of a Dylan musical has been as elusive as the songwriter himself. In the late Sixties, poet and playwright Archibald MacLeish
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