Thursday, October 25, 2007
Each Wednesday at 5pm (through November 7th), KXCI presents a one-hour special on the career of the legendary Bob Dylan.
Join us on October 31st as we present "Bob Dylan: Shelter From The Storm," hosted by Patti Smith.
In the 1970s and 80s, Bob Dylan continued to expand his artistic world. His songs ran the gamut, from very personal stories to Homeric epics and everything in-between. By the late 70s, Dylan became a born-again Christian, and for several years he sang only religious material. By the late 80s, Dylan had supported Live Aid, Farm Aid, and joined the Traveling Wilburys. In this hour, we 'll hear highlights from this period of dizzying artistic and personal growth. Interviews include Bill Flanagan, Roger McGuinn, David Mansfield, Ray Benson and David Gans.
That's "Bob Dylan: Shelter From The Storm" this Wednesday, October 31st from 5-6pm, as part of The Home Stretch.