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Why does the news think Bob Dylan is dead?

Over the weekend, MSNBC mistakenly aired a report that rock legend Bob Dylan had passed away while discussing a recent auction in which old documents of the iconic songwriter’s were sold.
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Paul McCartney wishes he could be more like Bob Dylan: 'He doesn't give a s***'

Paul McCartney might be the envy of songwriters worldwide, but the former Beatle directs his admiration towards fellow legendary rocker, Bob Dylan.
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George Clooney to direct new baseball movie inspired by only MLB player killed in game

George Clooney is set to direct a new baseball movie, “Calico Joe,” adapted from the John Grisham book of the same name, about the life of a then-budding player whose career is derailed after getting hit by a near-fatal pitch.
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Jimmy Carter Reveals That Willie Nelson Smoked Weed With His Son at the White House

’Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President’ will arrive in theaters and virtual cinemas on Wednesday, September 9 with streaming options becoming available on October 9.
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Neil Young Digs Into the Archives To Reveal a Bob Dylan Cover

Neil Young’s latest cover of “The Times They Are a Changin” revives the generational Bob Dylan track that became a musical vanguard for change in 1960’s America.
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A Lost Album From Neil Young and a New Chapter for Bob Dylan Both Arrive for New Music Friday

The year is 2020 and both Bob Dylan and Neil Young have released new albums. A sentence that may have seemed unfathomable 40 years ago is a reality today as the legendary musicians both have new records.
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7 Easy Songs to Learn on Guitar Right Now

Whether you’re a beginner guitar player or have been playing for ways, there’s always a thrill that comes with learning a new song. Regardless of your skill level, here are seven easy songs you can learn to play right now.
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Bob Dylan Scores First-Ever #1 Song on a 'Billboard' Chart With 'Murder Most Foul'

Believe it or not, Bob Dylan has never hit number one on any of the ‘Billboard’ charts, until this week with his winding, 17-minute-long epic, “Murder Most Foul.”
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