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'Hello Goodbye' by the Cure and Macca's son James McCartney has been released as the first offering from the star-studded album that's coming out on November 18.
At the auction in New York, lyric sheets of another Dylan song titled 'A Hard Rain' are also sold for $485,000.
The service, which was held on Friday, May 2 in New York, also included words of tribute from Scott's family members as well as celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker and Ellen Barkin.
The lyrics, which were written in pencil on four sheets of paper belonging to the Roger Smith hotel in Washington D.C., will be sold at an auction set to take place in New York on June 24.
Carter, a boxer whose life story was also adapted into a movie starring Denzel Washington in 1999, died from prostate cancer at the age of 76.
In the commercial for Chrysler 200 sedan, Dylan narrates, 'Let Asia assemble your phone. We will build your car.'
According to Billboard, Dylan will appear in a Super Bowl commercial for Chrysler and a yet-unidentified track from the musician will serve as the soundtrack.
The instrument, which was sold with its original black leather strap and case, was at first expected to sell between $300,000 and $500,000.
A group of Croatian in France reportedly is suing Dylan and Rolling Stone over a statement he made on the magazine last year.
In the Interlude-produced interactive clip, viewers can flip through 16 television channels in which some TV personalities lip-sync to the song.
The 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door' hitmaker will showcase his new creations starting from August 24 this year to January next year.
France's council finally decides that the anti-Vietnam War hero has all it takes to be awarded the country's highest honor which was given to Paul McCartney last year.
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.