Bob Dylan was turned away by his hero, Harry Smith, when he went to visit the American folk music archivist in the mid-'80s.
Man behind the desk on 'Blood On The Tracks' and 'Desire' dies of prostate cancer
The singer is fourth favourite to win the prestigious accolade
Folk legend had hoped to pick up award on Saturday (June 18)
Musicians wish the folk legend a happy birthday
Folk legend admits addiction in previously-unheard interview tape
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BOB - A 70th Birthday Gift To Bob Dylan
Long-lost document of the pre-fame Bob: even then, a mercurial live performer...
His setlist is amended for gig
Dylan plays after agreeing to perform pre-approved setlist
Festival cerebrates Irish and internation music
Songwriting inspiration passes away in New York
UK folk band will duet with legend on Sunday night
He'll write six books for Simon & Schuster
'The Times They Are A-Changin'' words go under the hammer
Notebook paper goes under the hammer on December 10
The first eight albums, in one channel and one box. You know the songs, of course. But hear him in mono and hear him anew...
Comprising The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964: four dozen publisher’s demos from Dylan’s breakout prime. ..
Two-disc release is out this October
Chinese government refuses Dylan entry to the country