Collection: Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan’s eclectic and multi-dimensional songwriting has been widely celebrated and revered by all genres in American Popular Music. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine named Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone” as the #1 greatest Rock n’ Roll song of all time. His lyrics and music have been influenced by practically every genre including folk, country, the blues, RnB, Tin Pan Alley standards and jazz.

He was born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941 in Duluth, MN and learned to play the guitar and harmonica at a young age. After graduating from high school, Dylan studied art at the University of Minnesota and began performing at coffeehouses under the name Bob Dylan (his last name was inspired by poet Dylan Thomas).

Bob Dylan uses the best pseudonyms — Robert Milkwood Thomas, Tedham Porterhouse, Elston Gunn(n), and Blind Boy Grunt. These days, he produces his own records as Jack Frost.