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Bob Dylan, 1988 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee

Bob DylanBob Dylan (vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica; born May 24, 1941) is one of the greatest songwriters of all time, a gifted wordsmith with a political conscience, incisive storytelling abilities and a poet-like acumen for meter and language. As a musician, he's shaped popular music in innumerable ways—from inspiring the Beatles and bringing folk-rock into the mainstream to proving that electric guitars could be as revolutionary as acoustic ones. Read more...

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Several archival collections, listed below, are focused on Bob Dylan. Within those collections and others are a number of files and items of interest to the Dylan researcher. For a comprehensive list, see here.

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