Bob Dylan new album released in September

After various rumors that have been published in recent months, the news is true. Bob Dylan new album released in September coinciding with the 50th anniversary in the music world.

According to a publication of the British music site NME and Columbia Records, musician, singer and poet Bob Dylan, published next September 11 the disk number 35 of his musical career that will be entitled "Tempest" and that will be produced by himself with the pseudonym Jack Frost, as happened with his earlier works. 

The tireless musician of 70 years, in addition, this year celebrates 50 years in the music world, musically debuting March 19, 1962 with an eponymous album. 

The release of this album will have 10 songs that have already been published on the website dedicated to news of Bob Dylan. These are the 10 original songs of the musician: Duquesne Whistle, Soon After Midnight, Narrow Way, Long and Wasted Years, Pay In Blood, Scarlet Town, Early Roman Kings, Tin Angel, Tempest and Roll On John. 

http://www.crazyminds.es/wp-content/uploads/bobdylan1.jpgThe album can be purchased in pre-order at Amazon and iTunes as published by the musician's website.

The artist, who just days ago appeared at the Bilbao BBK Festival and IFF and land currently in France continuing its European tour, is thinking of going back on tour in 2013. 

Dylan, besides to be a member of the Hall of Fame Rock and Roll, award-solid guarantee its long career, including numerous Grammy, an Oscar from the Academy of Hollywood, the Polar Music Prize and the Prince of Asturias Arts, which received in 2007. Earlier this year he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House. 

In the same way that the Rolling Stones celebrate their 50 years on the stages, Bob Dylan joins the celebration together. Seem that these artists are made from the same cloth. Artists in the rock world with their voices and their endless tireless energy still have much to give their fans around the world. The 2013 will be a year really special for these old rockers.

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