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  • Now the name Bob Dylan comes to mind without a problem whenever I need it.

    How to improve long-term memory

  • That Hibbing, Minn., native who was born Robert Allen Zimmerman but has been known as Bob Dylan since he first started performing in New York's Greenwich Village some 50 years ago -- and who has lived in Los Angeles probably longer than anywhere else -- turns 70 on May 24.

    Tom Teicholz: Happy Birthday, Bob Dylan!

  • Sunday's concert follows the 10th anniversary of the death of anti-war Vietnamese folk singer Trinh Cong Son, who was known as the "Bob Dylan of Vietnam."

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • For now it's time to wish the unique phenomenon we know as Bob Dylan a revelling birthday and, God willing, a truly fulfilled old age.

    Expecting Rain

  • Robert Allen Zimmerman in Duluth, Minn., it wasn't until he arrived in the East Village that the man we know as Bob Dylan was born.

    Expecting Rain

  • Quick, someone call Bob Dylan so he can write a song …

    Finger Food

  • Last week was the 70th birthday of Bob Dylan, a.k.a.

    Clarence B. Jones: The Answer May Be Blowin' in the Wind

  • He's not as well known as Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones or Van Morrison, but he's been a rock star for more than four decades and has crossed paths with all of them many times.

    A Rock and Roll Dinosaur Rolls On

  • INSKEEP: The Indiana singer has been touring with Bob Dylan, which is the sort of thing that would get a musician thinking about tradition.

    John Mellencamp: Looking Back While Staying Timeless

  • (Soundbite of song, "Sea Senora") Mr. SILVIO RODRIGUEZ (Musician): (Singing in foreign language) RAZ: So Betto, here's a weird thing: Silvio Rodriguez has been called the Bob Dylan of Cuba, and yet he's like the furthest thing from anti-establishment, anti-government.

    Setting The Stage For The Latin Grammys

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