Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan, the first American song lyricist to win the Nobel prize in 2016, was born as Robert Allen Zimmerman in a Jewish family on May 24th, 1941in Minnesota. He is popular as a rock singer, song writer, musician author and painter. He has been an influential figure in American popular music and culture for more than five decades.

He started his career by performing folk and country songs, taking the name “Bob Dylan”. Together Through Life(2009), ‘Tempest'(2012), ‘Shadows in the Night(2015), Fallen Angels are some of his famous studio albums. He has also received Grammy, Academy and Golden Globe
awards. Bob Dylan’s is the new voice in contemporary literature, where redefining boundaries of sub genres in literature are blurred away. Song, lyrics and poetry merge together in Bob Dylan’s works.

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