Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Young Bob Dylan


Taking a quick gander of today's musicians and you think about what these artists stand for, what sort of message do they bring to their audience, there's only a small minority of them that actually represent something bold and thought provoking. Born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941, Bob Dylan did not come from a music background. It was listening to rock and blues stations that would influence Dylan to become on of the most influential musicians in the 20th century.

Take a listen below to a young Bob Dylan fielding press questions. It was apparent that Dylan's role in pop culture transcended music, he became a figure in politics of the then anti-war youth movement that was sweeping across America.

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