The grizzled old rocker wins an award for his track 'Things Have Changed'...

BOB DYLAN won a GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD in Hollywood last night (January 21) for his track ‘THINGS HAVE CHANGED’ from the ‘WONDER BOYS’ soundtrack.

On accepting the award at the 58th Annual ceremony at the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, a delighted Dylan said, “This is quite something really? Thanks, Hollywood Foreign Press, thanks to my band, record company, and everyone in my family. That’s about it.” He received a standing ovation for the win.

Meanwhile, Bjork lost out on the two awards for which she was nominated for her work in ‘Dancer In The Dark’. Aside from Dylan getting the nod ahead of her, Julia Roberts (for ‘Erin Brockovich’) also pipped the Icelandic singer for the Best Performance By An Actress in A Motion Picture award.

In other music-related wins, Hans Zimmer and former Dead Can Dance member Lisa Gerrard picked up an award for Best Original Score for the soundtrack to the Ridley Scott-directed ‘Gladiator’, while Kate Hudson was a winner of the Best Supporting Actress In A Motion Picture category for her role in Cameron Crowe’s ‘Almost Famous’. During her acceptance speech, she thanked new husband Chris Robinson, saying the Black Crowes frontman “inspires me every day”.

Other stars in attendance included Jennifer Lopez, Sting and Bon Jovi’s Richie Sambora, according to Allstar.