Nobel lauds Dylan for literary influence
By: Jason Smith ~Staff Writer~ Everyone has a Bob Dylan story— the first time they heard him, the first time they heard someone cover his songs, the first time they imitated him. Bob Dylan’s words and music are deeply woven into the tapestry of America. Before he was a Nobel Laureate, he was just a kid from Minnesota who wanted to hang out with Woodie Guthrie. Then, young Robert Zimmerman crafted an image for himself, taking the name of one of his heroes, Dylan Thomas, and with that one of America’s greatest lyricists was born. It wasn’t overnight. He worked … Continue reading Nobel lauds Dylan for literary influence
You must be logged in to post a comment.