For the last day of our video series covering New York City’s Bob Dylan landmarks (which has already covered places like the Gaslight, Jones Street, and Cafe Wha?), we step away from places where he lived and posed and played, instead curling back to Washington Square to find the place he met Allen Ginsberg, along with the second most famous rock ‘n’ roll hotel the city has to offer.
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Let’s Play “Name Your Favorite Bob Dylan Song,” Starring No Age, Robyn Hitchcock, DJ Rekha, Greg Dulli, And More
Dylan’s Voice Archive: Nobody Likes Him In His Hometown
Bob Dylan In NYC, Day 3: Revisiting The Gaslight, The Village Gate, And More
A Word From Todd Snider: What Would You Say If You Met Bob Dylan?
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Bob Dylan In NYC, Day 2: Revisiting Jones Street And 161 West 4th
Bob Dylan’s New York City: Why It Never Got Better Than 1961
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Bob Dylan In NYC: Revisiting Cafe Wha? And 94 MacDougal
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