Knowledge Identifier: +Bob_Dylan
Growing up in Hibbing, Minnesota, Dylan and his family were part of the area's small but close-knit Jewish community, and in May 1954 Dylan had his Bar Mitzvah
Tony Garnier (musician) - "'Tony Garnier"' is an American bassist , best known as an accompanist to Bob Dylan, with whom he has played since 1989
A. J. Weberman - He is best known for his controversial personal confrontations with the musician Bob Dylan and for his 30-year involvement with the Yippies, a counterculture movement of the 1960s
In March 1962, Dylan contributed harmonica and back-up vocals to the album "Three Kings and the Queen", accompanying Victoria Spivey and Big Joe Williams on a recording for Spivey Records
David Warner (actor) - Another early television role came when he starred alongside Bob Dylan in the 1963 play "Madhouse on Castle Street"
Francoise Hardy - Hardy is mentioned in a poem by Bob Dylan, "Some other kinds of songs", which he wrote on the cover of his album "Another Side of Bob Dylan", released in 1964
Newport Folk Festival - In the summer of 1965, as the headliner at the Newport Folk Festival, Dylan performed his first electric set since his high school days with a pickup group drawn mostly from the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, featuring Mike Bloomfield , Sam Lay and Jerome Arnold , plus Al Kooper and Barry Goldberg
Eddie Rabbitt - "Driving" recalled Rabbitt's truck-driving days, and was inspired by Bob Dylan's song "Subterranean Homesick Blues" from Dylan's 1965 album "Bringing It All Back Home"
Les Crane - Audio only of Bob Dylan talking to Crane in February 1965 has circulated and been transcribed
As part of this campaign, Mark Ronson produced a re-mix of Dylan's 1966 tune "Most Likely You Go Your Way ", which was released as a maxi-single
Mickey Jones - Jones's career as a drummer had him backing up such artists as Trini Lopez, Johnny Rivers and Bob Dylan on his world tour in 1966
Richie Havens - Verve released "Mixed Bag" in 1967, which featured tracks like "Handsome Johnny" , "Follow", and a cover of Bob Dylan's "Just Like a Woman"
Dillard Chandler - According to Cohen, in 1969 Bob Dylan knew Chandler's singing, despite the fact that "Old Love Songs & Ballads" had sold only fifty copies at the time
Woody Guthrie - Recordings of both concerts were eventually released as LPs and later combined into one CD. The legendary Irish folk singer, Christy Moore, was strongly influenced by Woody in his seminal 1970 album "Prosperous", giving renditions of "The Ludlow Massacre" and Bob Dylan's "Song to Woody"
Ricky Nelson - Yet Nelson himself did not reach the Top 40 again until 1970, when he recorded Bob Dylan's "She Belongs to Me" with the Stone Canyon Band, featuring steel guitarist Tom Brumley, and Randy Meisner before the Eagles formed
Katey Sagal - Sagal began her career in Hollywood , appearing in several made for TV movies between 1971 and 1975, including a small role as a receptionist in the Columbo installment Candidate for Crime and in 1973 working as a backing vocalist for various singers, including Bob Dylan and Tanya Tucker.
In 1972, Dylan signed onto Sam Peckinpah's film "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid", providing songs and backing music for the movie, and playing the role of "Alias", a member of Billy's gang with some historical basis
Bruce Springsteen - Springsteen signed a record deal with Columbia Records in 1972, with the help of John Hammond, who had signed Bob Dylan to the same label a decade earlier
Dylan began 1973 by signing with a new record label, David Geffen's Asylum Records, when his contract with Columbia Records expired
Jim Keltner - In 1973, Keltner was the session drummer on Bob Dylan's "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid", which includes the hit "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
Kinky Friedman - Friedman released "Kinky Friedman" in 1974 for ABC Records, toured with Bob Dylan in 1975-6
Buddy Cage - In 1974, Bob Dylan asked him to play on recording sessions for the album "Blood on the Tracks"
In 1976, Dylan wrote and duetted on the song "Sign Language" for Eric Clapton's "No Reason To Cry"
Martin Scorsese's acclaimed cinematic chronicle of this show, "The Last Waltz", was released in 1978 and included about half of Dylan's set
From January to April 1979, he participated in Bible study classes at the Vineyard School of Discipleship in Reseda, California
Jerry Wexler - In 1979, Wexler produced Bob Dylan's controversial first "born again" album, "Slow Train Coming" at Muscle Shoals; a single from that album, "Gotta Serve Somebody," won a Grammy *award in 1980
By 1981, Stephen Holden wrote in the "New York Times" that "neither age nor his much-publicized conversion to born-again Christianity has altered his essentially iconoclastic temperament
"Biograph", 1985, Liner notes & text by Cameron Crowe
Rupert Everett - Following on with 1985's "Dance With a Stranger", Everett began to develop a promising film career until he co-starred with Bob Dylan in the huge flop "Hearts of Fire"
Arthur Baker (musician) - In 1985, Baker helped Bob Dylan complete his "Empire Burlesque" album as mixer and arranger, and with Little Steven Van Zandt organized and produced the anti-apartheid anthem "Sun City" by Artists United Against Apartheid
Dylan toured with The Grateful Dead in 1987, resulting in a live album "Dylan & The Dead"
Jerry Garcia - After a long lapse from playing the pedal-steel, he played it once more during several of the Dead's concerts with Bob Dylan during the summer of 1987
John Mellencamp - During the 1987-88 Lonesome Jubilee Tour, Mellencamp was joined onstage by surprise guest Bruce Springsteen at the end of his May 26, 1988 gig in Irvine, California, for a duet of Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone", which Mellencamp performed as the penultimate song during each show on that tour
G. E. Smith - During his "SNL" years Smith was the musical director for special events such as the 1988 Emmy *awards, the 1993 Rhythm and Blues Foundation *awards, Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Concert at Madison Square Garden as well as acting as the musical director at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert in Cleveland
Barry Manilow - In 1988, Bob Dylan stopped Manilow at a party, hugged him and said, "Don't stop what you're doing, man
G. E. Smith - In the midst of his "SNL" tenure Smith toured for almost two and a half years with Bob Dylan during the "Neverending Tour" from 1988 until October 1990
G. E. Smith - Smith was lead guitarist of Bob Dylan's touring band from June 7, 1988, to October 19, 1990
Tim Curry - In 1989, A&M released "The Best of Tim Curry" on CD and cassette, featuring songs from his albums and a previously unreleased song, a live cover version of Bob Dylan's "Simple Twist of Fate"
In 1991, Dylan was honored by the recording industry with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement award from American actor Jack Nicholson
Steve Cropper - In 1992, Booker T. & the M.G.'s were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Cropper appeared with a new line-up of the group for the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary concert, on October 1992 at Madison Square Garden, performing songs by and backing Dylan, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, Chrissie Hynde, Sinéad O'Connor, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young
Eric Clapton - In October 1992 Clapton was among the dozens of artists performing at Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration
Patti Smith - She toured briefly with Bob Dylan in December 1995
Since 1996, academics have lobbied the Swedish Academy to award Dylan the Nobel Prize in Literature
G. E. Smith - Between live dates, he has been the musical director and band leader honoring Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson at the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. He led bands for The Muddy Waters Tribute, and the 1998 and 1999 Mark Twain *awards honoring Richard Pryor and Jonathan Winters which aired on PBS, and Comedy Central
John Mellencamp - In 1999, Mellencamp covered his own songs as well as those by Bob Dylan and the Drifters for his album "Rough Harvest" , one of two albums he owed Mercury Records to fulfill his contract
Paul Simon - In 1999, Simon embarked on a North American tour with Bob Dylan where each alternated as headline act with a "middle" section where they performed together, starting on the first of June and ending September 18.
Jim Keltner - In 2002, he briefly joined Bob Dylan's band during the European gigs while its main drummer, George Receli, recuperated from a hand injury
Gillian Welch - The album was nominated for the 2002 Grammy *award for Best Contemporary Folk Album, but lost to Bob Dylan's "Love and Theft"
Tony Garnier (musician) - He appeared in Bob Dylan's 2003 film "Masked and Anonymous"
Olivia Harrison - Harrison was first convinced to try collaborating with Scorsese after, in 2005, she saw his "No Direction Home" documentary about Bob Dylan
Amos Lee - The friendship between Lee's manager and the manager for Bob Dylan resulted in Lee touring with Dylan as his opening act in early 2005
John Medeski - Also in 2006, Medeski performed with The Million Dollar Bashers for the recording of the soundtrack to the Bob Dylan biopic, "I'm Not There"
Albert Grossman - He was briefly portrayed as the manager of the fictional Bob Dylan in the 2007 film "Factory Girl"
Karen O - In 2007, she contributed vocals to a version of Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" for the "I'm Not There" movie soundtrack
Ben Whishaw - Whishaw appeared as one of the Bob Dylan reincarnations in "I'm Not There" in 2007, in the BBC's "Criminal Justice" in 2008, in a new adaptation of "Brideshead Revisited", and in a stage adaptation of "The Idiot" at the National Theatre called "
Mark Ronson - Ronson remixed the Bob Dylan song "Most Likely You'll Go Your Way " in promotion for the three disc Bob Dylan set titled "Dylan" released October 2007
The Pulitzer Prize jury in 2008 awarded him a special citation for "his profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power
John Mellencamp - On September 3, 2008, Mellencamp made available on his website a home-video recording of his solo acoustic cover of Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'" as a sign that the 2008 Presidential Election is going to bring about change in America
Angela Aki - Angela Aki was chosen to sing Bob Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" with her original Japanese lyrics for the movie Heaven's Door, and was chosen to write and perform the theme song titled Ai no Kisetsu for the NHK morning drama Tsubasa broadcast from March 30, 2009
Joni Mitchell described Dylan as a "plagiarist" and his voice as "fake" in a 2010 interview in the "Los Angeles Times", in response to a suggestion that she and Dylan were similar since they had both changed their birthnames
Mark Knopfler - In July 2011, it was announced that Knopfler would take time out from recording his new album in order to take part in a European tour with Bob Dylan during October and November
In February 2013, Dylan exhibited the "New Orleans Series" of paintings at the Palazzo Reale in Milan
At the beginning of 2014, Dylan's website announced that Dylan would tour Japan in March and April
The exhibition, "The Beaten Path", depicted American landscapes and urban scenes, inspired by Dylan's travels across the USA. The show was well reviewed by "Vanity Fair", the "Telegraph", and "Asia Times Online", and is scheduled to tour in 2017
In February 2019, Dylan's touring company announced that he would undertake two tours in Europe