There are literally thousands of Bob Dylan related sites on the web. Below are our favourites.
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Sony Music's official Bob Dylan page.
by Bill Pagel, dedicated to providing Bob Dylan concert information, links to other sites, and much more.
Information sent in by other Bob fans, including newspaper reviews, concert information, links, and much more.
New site, with Events, News, Work, Biography, Photos, Blogs and lots more.
Maintained by John Howells, this is another interesting and varied page. Includes good discography and an extensive listing of links to other sites.
Bob Dylan's Officially Released Rarities and Obscurities. The intention of this page is to document all Bob Dylan's officially released songs or alternate versions, including guest appearances, not yet available on a current Columbia Bob Dylan CD. Interesting page maintained by Alan Fraser.
The first issue of The Bridge was published in July 1998, after the British tour. The subscriptions are annual commencing on 1st June each year and there will be three issues: July, November and March.
Come Writers & Critics has all the information and cover pictures of all Dylan books published all over the world including songbooks, magazines and much more. Site maintained by Michel Pomarede. Excellent site.
An information packed site by Olof Björner, which includes Olof's Yearly Chronologies. An extremely detailed listing of Dylan's touring - concert dates, songs performed. In fact all you could ever wish to know about Bob on the road.
Thousands of pictures, ticket stubs, posters etc.
Site of original Dylan paintings by artist Brian West
Site exploring Bob's gospel roots and expressions of his faith right up to today.
Leona Oppenheimer's page, with wonderful paintings inspired by Dylan lyrics.
Lovely range of T-shirts
Lyrics, biography and articles in French, fantastic looking site.
Learn to play Bob Dylan songs on guitar with tabs, chords and video lessons.
Excellent site celebrating the film and television recordings of Bob Dylan.