Bob Dylan, George Harrison, and Bob Marley are good choices for a rabbi’s playlist. But even if the rabbi is Hasidic, = shouldn’t there be some Nina Simone and Carole King on there too?
“I was so much older then, I’m younger than that now,” Bob Dylan sang in 1964’s “My Back Pages.”
Louie Kemp, Bob Dylan’s pal since childhood and Camp Herzl, will write a memoir of their lifelong friendship and, perhaps, his own success story as a frozen fish entrepreneur.
In February, 2015, as the Jewish folk singing legend accepted the MusicCares lifetime achievement award, Dylan, 74, said something about the born again Haggard that many took as an epic diss
Bob Dylan has sold his personal archive of notes, draft lyrics, poems, artwork and photographs to the University of Tulsa where they will be made available to scholars and curated for public exhibitions.
The Grammy Awards are coming this Monday. Some Jewish nominees you know very well — but some you didn’t even know were nominated.
What do Bon Dylan, Bela Fleck, Joshua Redman, Julia Wolfe, Barry Manilow and a slow of others have in common? They all boast Jewish heritage and they’re all nominated for Grammy Awards this year.
The fact that Bob Dylan has shot another commercial is not exactly news. But this new one, as Seth Rogovoy explains, shows a different side of the enigmatic artist.
J.J. Goldberg is back with a Yom Kippur playlist. Among the guest artists are Leonard Cohen, Amy Winehouse, Eminem, Chava Alberstein and Bob Dylan. Listen, enjoy and repent!
J.J. Golderg’s Rosh Hashanah playlist was born five years ago as a sort of mood piece. This year he riffs on some of the elements of the New Year’s service itself.