Tag Archive for Bob Dylan

‘Desire’ Producer Don DeVito Has Died

The Bob Dylan Examiner reports that Columbia Records A&R executive and record producer Don DeVito has died. “DeVito is most known to Bob Dylan fans for his production of the 1976 album, Desire. He co-produced the live albums Hard Rain and At Budokan, was “Captain In Charge” (and behind the remix of the 1999 reissue)…

Berkshire Weekend Cultural Preview Sept 23-26, 2011

Bob Dylan and Joan Baez at Dream Away Lodge in Becket, Mass., 1975 (photo by Ken Regan)

BOB DYLAN CELEBRATION with AUTHOR/SINGER SETH ROGOVOY and PHOTOGRAPHER KEN REGAN (NEW MARLBOROUGH, Mass.) – Bob Dylan’s 70th birthday will be celebrated in words, music, and pictures with a talk and performance by Dylan author Seth Rogovoy and an exhibition of rarely seen photographs by Ken Regan, one of very few photographers given behind-the-scenes access…

Concert, Talk, Rare Photos Mark Bob Dylan’s 70th Birthday

(NEW MARLBOROUGH, Mass.) – Bob Dylan’s 70th birthday will be celebrated in words, music, and pictures with a talk and performance by Dylan author Seth Rogovoy and an exhibition of rarely seen photographs by Ken Regan, one of very few photographers given behind-the-scenes access to Dylan since 1966, as part of the Music & More…

Bob Dylan at 70

So much has already been written about the significance of Bob Dylan turning 70 years old. As the author of a fairly recent book on Bob Dylan, I’ve been asked to comment about Dylan’s milestone birthday in several places. I’m even interviewed in a program airing on the BBC tomorrow — Tuesday, May 24 —…

Unfaithful Servant: The Legacy of The Band

by Seth Rogovoy (WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., August 1995) — The last few years have seen a flurry of activity surrounding The Band, the most since the group seemingly broke up for good in 1976. Two major books providing the first in-depth look at the legendary Canadian-American rock group were published in 1994. A long-promised retrospective, 3-CD…