Though he will not be attending the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony on Saturday, legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan’s words will still be heard. The recipient of the Nobel Prize In Literature has reportedly penned an acceptance speech that will be read during the December 10 event in Stockholm, Sweden.
Dylan is the first American to be awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize In Literature since Toni Morrison was given the honor in 1993. The Nobel Prize committee praised the 75-year-old iconic folk musician “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.”
Fellow musician and acclaimed writer Patti Smith will be at the Stockholm Concert Hall on Saturday to perform Dylan’s well-known composition “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall.”
Phish unveiled Fleet Foxes and Neil Young covers, busted out a Prince song after 19 years and fit four Type II jams into Thursday’s second set to continue Baker’s Dozen run.
Michigan-birthed jamgrass act Greensky Bluegrass reveals a hearty batch of September and October dates.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the release of the Grateful Dead album, this week JamBase presents the ‘Inspiration: Celebrating 40 Years Of Terrapin Station’ video series featuring covers of each of the songs originally issued on July 27, 1977.
Hope You Like Jamming Too: Night Four Of Phish Baker’s Dozen Residency – Recap, Setlist & The Skinny
Phish resumed their Baker’s Dozen Madison Square Garden residency with a truly “jam filled” performance.
On the eve of their national headlining tour, The Magpie Salute guitarist Marc Ford discusses the new band’s future, his The Black Crowes past and more.
The inaugural Playing In The Sand destination event will feature three full Dead & Company shows.