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  • Tribute band The Weight comes to ECC March 13

     Tribute band The Weight comes to ECC March 13
    At one point of rock 'n' roll history, The Band was iconic. With songs like "The Weight" and "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," The Band was a powerhouse in the musical world. The group started as Bob Dylan's backup band and became its own entity in...
  • Greil Marcus' words get a little help from some friends

    Greil Marcus' words get a little help from some friends
    Writer's block has never been an issue for the prolific Greil Marcus. "I love to write," says the acclaimed rock critic. "If I am lucky enough to find a subject, I'll dive after it. It's as simple as that." The author of such classic treatises as...
  • Bob Dylan's 'Shadows' to fall on Sunshine State

    Bob Dylan's 'Shadows' to fall on Sunshine State
    Bob Dylan versus Frank Sinatra? Back in his early years, Dylan's folkie fans might have predicted more than a few sparks — and possibly fisticuffs — at that meeting. But on "Shadows in the Night," his latest album, the 73-year old Dylan...
  • William Hauver: Rollins student juggled artistry, athleticism

    William Hauver: Rollins student juggled artistry, athleticism
    Rollins College associate professor of art Dana Hargrove was going to cancel her painting class on Wednesday. Instead, she brought cupcakes, and, turning on a Bob Dylan recording, announced: "[We are going to] paint our hearts out today." Then, as...
  • Dylan takes Sinatra to the prairie

    Dylan takes Sinatra to the prairie
    Bob Dylan is as much subversive trickster as renowned songwriter, but he plays neither role on his latest album, "Shadows in the Night" (Columbia). On the surface, it's his version of one of those "Great American Songbook" albums that has been glutting...
  • REVIEW: Jason Isbell reminds Keswick Theater crowd great music, lyrics can co-exist

    REVIEW: Jason Isbell reminds Keswick Theater crowd great music, lyrics can co-exist
    In the generations since Bob Dylan melded the lyrical prowess of folk with rock sensibilities, music fans seem to have forgotten, or at least largely ignored, the fact that songs can be both rich literature and great tunes. And that bare and bitter...
  • Blues Legend Joe Louis Walker Believes In Playing 'From The Heart And The Gut'

    Blues Legend Joe Louis Walker Believes In Playing 'From The Heart And The Gut'
    Joe Louis Walker, the 65-year-old Blues Hall of Fame ferocious electric guitarist and fervent vocalist, cites one prime ingredient in his formula for longtime success and his undiminished capacity for delivering knockout performances both on the road...
  • Bob Dylan coming to Broward Center

    Bob Dylan coming to Broward Center
    Bob Dylan on Thursday announced the first shows on his 2015 U.S. tour, including an April 21 performance at Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets for the 8 p.m. Tuesday show in the Au-Rene Theater go on sale 10 a.m....
  • For the record

    Health food companies: In the Jan. 17 Saturday section, an article about health food entrepreneurs described Ken Maeda as founder of the vegetarian Japanese food purveyor Souzai-ya. He is a co-founder. Bob Dylan: In the Feb. 9 Calendar section, a...
  • Stephen Carter: The sweet unknowns in Don McLean's 'American Pie'

    We always got the easy parts, we clever teenagers. We knew that the Jester was Bob Dylan, and that "Jack Flash sat on a candlestick" referred to the Rolling Stones playing Candlestick Park. "Eight miles high and falling fast" was trivial. There were...
  • Diana Krall turns to pop on new CD 'Wallflower'

    Diana Krall turns to pop on new CD 'Wallflower'
    Singer-pianist Diana Krall wants to make one thing clear about "Wallflower," her new CD: It's a pop album, not a jazz album. For her 12th album, Krall enlisted fellow British Columbian David Foster, a 16-time Grammy winner. Foster did the arrangements...