Monday, April 10, 2006

Dylan News - Album and XM Radio

via the LA Daily News:

In February, Dylan and his band spent four days at the Bardavon Opera House in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., rehearsing new songs for what would be Dylan's first album since 2001's "Love and Theft." Dylan then booked a Manhattan studio to record the material. No release date has been set, though one international Sony Music Web site had a Bob Dylan project listed for August.

The recording sessions pushed back the debut of Dylan's XM Satellite Radio show to May, though, again, as is the case with all things Dylan, there's a large degree of mystery surrounding the project. XM spokeswoman Anne Taylor-Griffith said Dylan has taped several episodes for the still-untitled program and that more details about the content and start date will be coming soon. Or not.

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