Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan hits back at revival of lawsuit from estate of ‘Desire’ co-writer Jacques Levy

Dylan's lawyers claim that Levy's estate is seeking "an unjustified windfall" from his 2020 back catalogue sale to Universal

Bob Dylan says lawsuit over alleged sexual abuse is a “brazen shakedown”

Dylan’s lawyers assert that “the allegation is false, malicious, reckless and defamatory”

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Woman suing Bob Dylan for alleged sexual abuse alters time frame of events

The anonymous claimant now says her alleged encounters with Dylan spanned “a period of several months in the spring of 1965”

Johnny Cash’s live cover of Bob Dylan’s ‘Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right’ has been released to streaming

It's the first time Cash's live cover from his 1968 Carousel Ballroom performance has ever been released

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Bob Dylan biographer claims alleged sexual abuse victim’s timeline is “not possible”

Last week, Dylan was sued for allegedly sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl in 1965. He has denied the accusations

Bob Dylan sued for allegedly sexually abusing 12-year-old girl in 1965

He's claimed to have plied the girl with drugs and alcohol before sexually abusing her on multiple occasions

Bob Dylan to release unheard version of ‘Blind Willie McTell’ on vinyl

The new release arrives later this month via Third Man Records

Bob Dylan wins royalty lawsuit against estate of ‘Desire’ co-writer Jacques Levy

Dylan's lawyer said the "lawsuit was a sad attempt to profit off the recent catalog sale"
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