A Bob Dylan Interview From 1962 Turned Into Cartoon

An early Bob Dylan interview he conducted when he was 20 years old has been turned into a cartoon by PBS. The interview, conducted in 1962 with Dylan by New York radio station WBAI for its Folksingers Choice series, is the latest part of PBS’ animated series Blank On Blank. In the interview, Dylan is asked about his beatnik hat he wore at the beginning of his career.More »

By on June 30, 2016

An early Bob Dylan interview he conducted when he was 20 years old has been turned into a cartoon by PBS. The interview, conducted in 1962 with Dylan by New York radio station WBAI for its Folksingers Choice series, is the latest part of PBS’ animated series Blank On Blank. In the interview, Dylan is asked about his beatnik hat he wore at the beginning of his career, says that he thinks he will never become rich and famous, talks about growing up and working at a carnival, which became the inspiration for his song “Won’t Buy You A Postcard,” and admitted that very early on in his career he would play for a dollar and a cheeseburger. Dylan released his latest album, a covers album, Fallen Angels last month. Copyright(c) 2016 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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