Bob Dylan, born in Minnesota, May 24, 1941 is an American musician, songwriter, singer and poet who is considered one of the most prolific and influential figures in popular music of the 20th and early 21st centuries.
His most important successes date back to the 60’s, where he became known as an influential folk singer and highly committed to the social movements of the time.
With 39 studio albums published and another 10 live albums, Bob Dylan is the greatest exponent of Folk music worldwide.
In 2016, the Swedish Academy awarded him the Nobel Prize for Literature for having created a new poetic expression within the great tradition of American song.
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