Vevo Launch Rocky But Promising

With much anticipation, I visited Vevo last night only to find total frustration as the page would not even load. As users were diverted to the Vevo blog, we were treated to a tweet feed from the launch party (I wasn’t invited and had sour grapes). One user contributed the piercing inquiry “Are there ice […]

RIP Liam Clancy

This is a tough one. Liam Clancy, surviving member of The Clancy Brothers, has died. The Clancy Brothers were part of the folk revival of the early 60s and had a great friendship with Bob Dylan. These were also some of the first records I ever heard (my mom was a big fan). In a […]

Bob Dylan at United Palace

When someone has toured as much as Bob Dylan, and has such a long relationship with a particular city, the venue can really inspire both the audience and the performer to new excitement. Such was the case with Bob Dylan at United Palace last week. As always, it was the place to be (Rita […]

Dylan Early Favorite for Classic Rock Artist of the Decade

Columbia Records 2009

I’m not looking forward to hearing Dylan croak his way through Christmas songs, but like everyone else, I was surprised to hear of Christmas in the Heart’s imminent release.

Bob Dylan is on a bullet train to being named Earbender’s Classic Rock Artist of the Decade. In the next few months, […]

Bob Dylan's New Music on IFC and HBO

I agree the video for “Beyond Here Lies Nothing” is disturbing, but the HBO promo is very cool. Who is this video intended to impress? (Probably bloggers, so I’m going along with it)

The home page, aside from featuring a blow up of one of David Gahr‘s final Dylan portraits (from the last album btw), […]