Last updated 08/18/03
Dylan Film Biopic Due
Bob Dylan has given his permission for a film to be made about his life. But as might be expected with a musician who favors the unpredictable, it will not be an orthodox biopic. Dylan will be played by seven actors, including a woman and an eleven year old black boy.
Tickets On Ebay
the "Masked and Anonymous" soundtrack online:
VH1 Premieres 200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons
"The Greatest: 200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons." A whole week's worth of icon-mania!!!! It all starts on Monday, July 21 at 9/8c PM. Click below:
Bob Dylan Movie Site Launched
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Dylan Film Due
"Things Have Changed" Featured on Paramount Pictures Memorable Songs Album July 19, 2002
Bob Dylan's Oscar-winning song "Things Have Changed" is featured on the newly released album Paramount Pictures' 90th Anniversary Memorable Songs, available from retailers now.
Bob Dylan Contributes Waitin' For You to Ya-Ya Sisterhood Soundtrack June 6, 2002
Bob Dylan has written and recorded a new song, Waitin' For You for the new movie Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, opening nationwide on June 7. Waitin' For You is the first original song Bob Dylan has written for a motion picture since his Academy Award-winning Things Have Changed was featured in Wonder Boys.
Live Dead CD Of Dylan Covers Due
Arista Records will release "Postcards of the Hanging," an album's worth of the Grateful Dead's live interpretations of Bob Dylan songs, on March 19th. The eleven tracks span seventeen years with the earliest being a 1973 version of "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry," and the most recent a 1990 version of "Desolation Row." The first edition (roughly 25,000 copies) will also include a bonus disc featuring versions of "Queen Jane Approximately" and "Quinn the Eskimo." With Dylan's blessing, Dead archivist David Gans and former Dead singer/guitarist Bob Weir selected the tracks. "Bob Dylan's behind us all the way on this," Gans told Rolling Stone.
New Tour Dates
Waterhouse Centre Orlando, Florida
Bob Dylan and "Love and Theft" Nominated for Three Grammy Awards January 4th, 2002
"Love and Theft" was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Contemporary Folk Album. Bob Dylan was nominated for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for "Honest With Me". The Grammy Awards ceremony will be held on February 27 in Los Angeles.
Freewheelin' Released on Vinyl December 6th, 2001
Sundazed Records has released the fourth in its series of mono, vinyl releases of Bob Dylan's albums. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan features all-analog mastering from the original master tapes.
"Love and Theft" Goes Gold October 19th, 2001
Love and Theft has been awarded a gold record by the RIAA; Recording Industry Association of America.
New Dylan Album "Love And Theft" To Be Released September 11th
Columbia Records will release Bob Dylan's first new album in four years, "Love and Theft", on September 11. The album will have 12 brand-new Bob Dylan compositions recorded this spring with Bob Dylan's touring band, augmented with other musicians including legendary Texas keyboard player Augie Myers.
Dylan's Childhood Home Being Auctioned On Ebay
auction site Ebay.com currently has the three-bedroom "charming duplex" at 519
N. 3rd Ave. E. in Duluth, Minnesota, up for sale. The high bid (as of Monday
afternoon) was $86,100, from a buyer identified only as "limoladypurple."
Dylan Turns 60
turned 60 years old May 24th.
U.S. Tour Dates Announced
Fri 8/10 Des
Moines, Iowa IOWA STATE FAIR
Bringing It All Back Home Reissued in LP Format
March 27th, 2001
Sundazed Records has released Bringing It All Back Home in the 12" LP format still favored by some discerning listeners and old timers. Their release is of the original monaural mix, unavailable since the Sixties.
Sundazed, presided over by mastering master Bob Irwin, promises an ongoing program of Dylan vinyl releases.
Rolling Stone Features Article On Dylan Fans and Dylanology
March 25th, 2001
The April 12 issue of Rolling Stone magazine features a long article about Dylan fans and Dylanology by Mark Jacobson.
Bob Dylan Wins Academy Award For Song "Things Have Changed"
March 25th, 2001
Bob Dylan won an Oscar for the song Things Have Changed from the Wonder Boys movie. Although, Dylan was not present, he performed the song live from Australia.
Bob Dylan Plans U.S. Tour Dates
March 19th, 2001
Event Center University of Colorado Boulder,Co
Bob Dylan Records Dean Martin Song
Bob Dylan has recorded a cover of the Dean Martin classic "Return to Me," which is targeted for the second "Sopranos" soundtrack.
Bob Dylan To Sing On New Album
Mercury Records' new alt-country imprint Lonesome Highway Records is planning to release an album of reinterpreted Hank Williams songs. Among the guests confirmed are Bob Dylan ("I Can't Get You Off of My Mind").
Bob Dylan Earns Two Grammy Nominations January 4th, 2001
Bob Dylan has been nominated for Grammy awards for his song "Things Have Changed," featured in the soundtrack for the film Wonder Boys. The nominations are in the categories of Best Male Rock Vocal Performance and Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media.
Bob Dylan Schedules Concerts In Japan and Australia
Omiya, JPN Sonic City
Bob Dylan Wins the Polar Music Prize May 15th, 2000
was awarded one of the world's most prestigious music awards, The Polar Music
Prize, bestowed by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music. The Prize committee's
The Essential Bob Dylan Released October 31st, 2000
Columbia Records will release The Essential Bob Dylan, a two-disc collection of, well, essential Bob Dylan tracks, all remastered, on October 31, from "Blowin' in the Wind" to "Things Have Changed". The Essential Bob Dylan will be available only for a limited time.
Bob Dylan and Band On Tour
University of Wisconsin Kohl Center Madison, Wisc.
Last updated 08/18/03