Bob Dylan in the Big Apple: Troubadour Tales (Paperback)
This unique insight into the fascinating world of Bob Dylan and New York focuses on the enduring interrelationship of City and Artist. Bob Dylan in the Big Apple will take you on a journey that Dylan took through the streets of New York, looking at the locations, including the less trodden Dylan trails, the characters he befriended as well as revealing stories that formed the backdrop to his life and work. We follow in his early footsteps into the Cafe Wha? as well as, more recently, the Beacon Theatre. Along the way we take in fighting on Elizabeth Street, the 'crummy' hotel, the tavern 'on the corner of Armageddon Street' and the Tuscarora Indian Reservation and more. We also take the Rolling Tyre Walk as well as the Talkin' Washington Park Square picnic. Definitely one for your list of walks This colorful book with maps and illustrations and wonderful stories will be a must for any Dylan enthusiast.
K G Miles. From an awestruck child at the Isle of Wight Festival in 1969 to the honour of addressing the inaugural conference at the Tulsa Archive in 2019, Bob Dylan has taken Londoner K G Miles on an emotional musical journey lasting over 50 years. Now, as co-curator of the Dylan Room at London's Troubadour Club, through writing, podcasts and Dylan tours, K G Miles is able to share his knowledge and experience with music lovers throughout the world.