Bob Dylan hasn’t been on “Late Show” in 22 years.
Rich explained his opposition to President Obama being interviewed on YouTube, the latest in the takeover of Atlantic City, and McDonald’s continued financial struggles. He also talked with foreign policy analyst Paul Bonicelli about the death of the King of Saudi Arabia.
Bob Dylan Honored as MusiCares Person of the Year, to Receive Tribute from Jack White, Neil Young, More
Fifty-some years into his career, Bob Dylan is still racking up awards.
Hank Williams, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Neville and Chic are also among the artists who will have their songs and albums inducted into the 2015 GRAMMY Hall of Fame.
Previously honored by Musicares have been Tony Bennett, Bono, Natalie Cole, Phil Collins, Neil Diamond and Aretha Franklin.
The theme of this year’s nominations could be taken in a number of ways, but when you look at the contenders up for all-powerful Album of the Year category, one thing is certain: it’s the year of the underdogs and the newcomers.
The CBS Radio stations in Philadelphia and concert promoter Live Nation are joining forces to raise money for the American Red Cross fund for “Superstorm Sandy” victims.
Chris discusses Mitt Romney’s relationship with Donald Trump and how it is being portrayed in the media. He talks to Ed Conard, a partner of Romney’s at Bain Capital, about is new book Unintended Consequences, to Phillies Television Play-by-Play Announcer Tom McCarthy about where the Phillies stand heading into June, and to Tom McGrath from the Philly Post about an article Chris wrote about President Obama’s college transcripts.
Music lovers have a new book to peruse by the first chief photographer of Rolling Stone magazine.
Bob Dylan hits that 70 year milestone today.
The documentary “Bob Dylan Revealed” offers an intimate biography of the man and his music.