Bob Dylan: Voice of a Generation
Born Bobby Zimmerman in Hibbing, Minnesota, Bob Dylan overcame many obstacles to become one of the most revered musicians of his time. Throughout his lifetime, he has achieved success in almost every genre of music from folk, to rock, to country, to ballads. Though he has written more than five hundred songs, he is best known for his folk-rock protest songs of the 1960s. His songs are filled with such insight and feeling that he became known as the poet prophet and was a role model to many young people of that generation.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A-Changin acoustic guitar album American artists audience beat became began biographer Blonde on Blonde Blowin Blues Bob Dylan Bobby Zimmerman Bootleg Series civil rights coffeehouses concert country music critics crowd Dylan Companion Dylan performs Dylan played Dylan released Dylan took Dylan's career Dylan's song early rock electric guitar fame famous fans film folksingers friends Gerde's Grammy Awards Greenwich Village Hard Rain Heylin Hibbing Highway 61 Revisited Ibid included Jakob Jesus Jewish Joan Baez kids listeners live movie musicians Nashville Skyline Newport night Odetta onstage popular prophet protest songs punk record company Renaldo and Clara rock and roll rock band rock-and-roll Rolling Stone Rolling Thunder sang Sara Seeger seemed Shelton sing singer Slow Train Coming song called songwriting sound star started story style Suze television things tour Tracks traditional wanted Wilbury Woodstock Woody Guthrie words writing written York City young