Bob Dylan is an American singer-songwriter and musician from Duluth, Minnesota. Starting his music career in 1959, he came up through the American folk music revival scene and released tracks such as Blowin' in the Wind and The Times They Are a-Changin, which became anthems for the American civil rights and antiwar movements.
He caused controversy in the folk scene in 1965, when he released his fifth album, ‘Bringing It All Back Home’, which featured electric instruments. The single Like a Rolling Stone, hit #2 in the Billboard Hot 200, with his critically acclaimed album, ‘Highway 61 Revisited’ being released in 1965, followed by ‘Blonde on Blonde’, in 1966.
He has released over 37 albums across his career, the latest being ‘Fallen Angels’ in May 2016, and has won 11 Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and an Academy Award, he has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Dylan has toured all over the world: in the UK, US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and further. The remainder of 2018 sees him with a residency at New York's Beacon Theatre.
Over in the UK, Bob Dylan and Neil Young have been announced for 2019's British Summer Time series at London’s Hyde Park, as well as another co-headline show at Kilkenny's Nowlan Park. But not before a lengthy European tour. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Wed 5th Apr 2017
We live in the post-truth age. Europe is lurching dangerously to the right, while democracy appears to be under attack in Russia, Turkey and the US. It's a fractious, volatile environment, and it seems natural to look to artists, poets and intellectuals for guidance. Bob - you just won a Nobel Prize - speak to us. Tell us what to think.