Tonight, the legendary musician Bob Dylan will play the IU Auditorium, and we have everything from album reviews to a playlist of favorite songs from the IU community.
Music columnist Hannah Reed writes a brief background of Dylan, tells you what to expect at a show and asks students why Dylan is still relevant today.
"He has been true to himself and a great observer of humanity, writing songs about life and what he sees as important,” First-year optometry student Alex Meyer said. Read more here.
Columnist Jesse Pasternack rates double-album "Blonde on Blonde" an A for Dylan's musicality and genre-mixing through the album. He says the album shows his two greatest strengths: harmonica and songwriting. Read more here.
Big figures at IU shared their favorite Dylan songs and memories. It was the unanimous opinion Dylan was a legend, but arguable if he was a "good" performer. See what everyone says here.
IU's favorite Bob Dylan songs
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