When did Bob Dylan die?

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Bob Dylan is alive.
Bob Dylan is a towering figure of late 20th century pop music, known for such songs as "All Along The Watchtower" (made into a hit by Jimi Hendrix), "Like a Rolling Stone," "Tangled Up in Blue," "The Times They Are A-Cha... More>>
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He's still alive.
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Bob Dylan is still alive! In May 1997, he was stricken with histoplasmosis (a possibly fatal
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1. Understand that if Cher has covered his songs, they must be pretty darn good. 2. Try to imagine a world without Bob Dylan. The Beatles never would've gone through their drug phrase
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He isn't dead.
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After dropping out of college in 1960, Dylan began singing regularly at coffeehouses in New York City's Greenwich Village. His extensive recording career started in 1961 when Columbia Records gave him a record contract. He released three albums in the next two years. Songs included "Blowin' in the Wind" and "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall." Dylan continued to write, sing and record for decades. In 2000 he won an Academy Award for "Things Have Changed" from the movie "Wonder Boys." He released an album in 2012 called "Tempest."

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