Four Hours Of Dylan Only On Your Radio, Friday, May 27 At 8:00 p.m.
Bob Dylan turned 75 on Tuesday. For six decades, he’s followed his own muse and carved a unique path through popular music in this country and the world. From folk singer to crooner, Dylan has mastered, defined, and dominated diverse musical genres and styles, telegraphing changes in the musical landscape before they occur, while constantly referring to the roots that underlie the American music canon.
On Friday night, "Pazz and Jop" will take a couple hours to explore Dylan’s catalog. In four hours, we’ll only scratch the surface, but we’ll explore as much as time allows.
Tune in on your radio only: Friday, May 27 starting at 8:00 p.m. on Montana Public Radio.
Due to restrictions imposed on streaming by the Digital Millennial Copyright Act (DMCA), MTPR cannot stream the Bob Show online. If you want to listen, you'll have to tune in on your radio, the way Dylan does.