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The legendary rock singer/songwriter gets voted into the elite academy for music, literature and visual arts.
The folk rock veteran slams the critics in a new magazine interview as saying, 'Wussies and pussies complain about that stuff.'
Being opened in three international big cities, the shops give a chance for fans to grab Dylan's 35th album a day earlier before it hits the record stores everywhere.
'Imagine: How Creativity Works' is removed from all bookstores and online retailers at the same time its author Jonah Lehrer admits his fabricated materials.
The release will celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the release of his very first album, 1962's 'Bob Dylan'.
In response to the PBS finding, Dylan's lawyer insists the musician still 'has possession of the electric guitar he played at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965.'
Dylan gets the country's highest civilian honor along with other influential figures such as renowned writer Toni Morrison and union pathbreaker Dolores Huerta.
Listen to Ke$ha's stripped-off version of the music icon's 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' which brought her to tears when recording.
Among the many stars tapped for the project, the 'Tik Tok' hitmaker is the emotional one as she broke down into tears during the recording session.
Bob Dylan has hit back at reports suggesting Chinese and Vietnamese governments vetted the sets of his recent concerts in the Far East, insisting he wasn't told what he could and couldn't play.
The 'Blowin' in the Wind' legend, whose songs became anti-war anthems in the country, is preparing to play his first gig in the county as part of his Asian tour.
His concerts in Beijing on April 6 and in Shanghai on April 8 have been approved by government officials.
Suze Rotolo, who dated the musician during the time he wrote his iconic tracks, died at 67 following a long battle with ill health.
Also newly-announced performers of the awards show are Yolanda Adams, Martina McBride, and Florence Welch of the Florence and the Machine.
Obama admits that he is impressed by Dylan because unlike all the talent who are dying to take a picture with him, the folk-rock icon Dylan had little interest in meeting him.