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A Tell Tale Sigh

The legend has edged out the music. Maybe only just, but it’s happened. Bob Dylan, the legend, is what audiences want to see today, and talk about, loudly, especially while the show is underway. 926 more words

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My freshman year of college I took a road trip and heard Joni Mitchell’s “California” for the first time and immediately became a huge Joni fan. 560 more words

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Who Covers 'Wagon Wheel' Better: Mumford And Sons Or Darius Rucker

In 2004, Old Crow Medicine Show released their version of ‘Wagon Wheel,’ a song originally written by Bob Dylan and sung by Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid in 1973. 102 more words


Another Side of Bob Dylan - Clash Magazine

This is an article I wrote for Clash on Another Side of Bob Dylan.  The link is here.  The text’s below.

Folk fans like sincerity, the truthfulness of roots.  538 more words


Beatles Day! Sunday 19th October.. lots of pictures

Well… We had a great day at the Beatles Days event yesterday. The dipslay looked good…. Very colorful! As was my psychedelic dress. I think people may have needed sunglasses before approaching the display. 284 more words


And on we go...

The times, they are a-changing, gravelled Bob Dylan all those years ago, and it remains true as the times they go a-rolling by.  I spent a rather large proportion of the time on Friday stuck in traffic on various of our nation’s choked motorways as I drove up to Yorkshire (beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!) to play for a concert given by Cantores Salicium and conducted by my colleague and friend Lindy Williams.  423 more words


"Hey, look a-yonder comin'": Johnny Cash - Orange Blossom Special (1965)

So, it’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Johnny Cash.  I dare say that I could talk about the merits of even the under-appreciated 70s and 80s work.   594 more words