Bob Dylan’s Life and Career
He has a younger brother. In 1902 his grandparents arrived in the United States in. Dylan’s father was a shop owner of an electric-appliance, and his mother was part of a Jewish community. They lived in Duluth, and his father was a patient of polio and Dylan’s spent childhood to his mother’s hometown.
He moved to Minneapolis and took admission at the University of Minnesota in September 1959. He aimed to introduce a new voice for American folk music. Dylan abandon of college at the end of his first year in May 1960. In August 1962, Dylan had made two crucial career decision.
1st he signed a management contract with Albert Grossman.
2nd he legally changed his name to Bob Dylan. Grossman paid Silver 10,000 US Dollar to become sole manager until 1970 against his personality and loyalty.
In December 1962, he made his first trip to the United Kingdom and spent two months there. He appeared in a drama, “Madhouse on Castle Street” 1st time which was directing for BBC Television. While in London, Dylan also performed at London folk clubs, including Les Cousins, the Troubadour, and Bunjies.
Joan Baez and Bob Dylan sing-song a lot of time together and their best performance concert were “Rolling Thunder Revue” in 1975.
In 2016, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in Stockholm, Sweden. This award is awarded on his poetic expressions within the American song tradition.
Bob Dylan Family
Full Name: Robert Allen Zimmerman (Bob Dylan)
Father Name: Abram Zimmermann
Mother Name: Beatrice Stone
Wives: Sara Dylan(also known as Sara lownds), Carolyn Dennis
Children: Jakob Dylan, Jesse Dylan, Anna Dylan, Desiree Gabrielle Dennis-Dylan, Sam Dylan, Maria Dylan
List of Bob Dylan Albums
- Dylan’s first album “Bob Dylan” released March 19, 1962, it is a combination of gospel, folk, and blues. Only 5,000 copies had been sold in its first year.
- The second album “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan” was released in May 1963. After that, he was also known as a singer-songwriter. The first song on this album was “Blowing in the Wind,” another song, “A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall” based on the folk ballad.
- The third album “The Times They Are A-Changin'” was released in 1964.
- The fourth album “Another Side of Bob Dylan” was also released in 1964.
- The fifth album “Bringing It All Back Home” was released in 1965.
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Bob Dylan’s Net Worth Year Wise