Scorsese’s Bob Dylan Documentary Coming to Netflix June 12th

It’s the summer of 1975. By this time, Bob Dylan is already one of the most popular musicians in rock music history, having just started his career in 1959. During this time, Dylan embarks on a spontaneous, passionate tour, gathering folk singers and poets along to further pursue the realms of adventure and art. The tour wasn’t a financial success, as Dylan points out in the film, but it took place for the purpose of music as a deeper form of art.   Titled Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story, this documentary includes raw footage from the tour and …

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It’s the summer of 1975. By this time, Bob Dylan is already one of the most popular musicians in rock music history, having just started his career in 1959. During this time, Dylan embarks on a spontaneous, passionate tour, gathering folk singers and poets along to further pursue the realms of adventure and art. The tour wasn’t a financial success, as Dylan points out in the film, but it took place for the purpose of music as a deeper form of art.

 

Titled Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story, this documentary includes raw footage from the tour and in depth interviews with the legendary musician himself, having been absent from interviews for years. He had even skipped out on his Nobel Prize ceremony in 2016. It also includes interviews with other singers and actors such as Patti Smith and Sharon Stone. It is directed by renowned filmmaker Martin Scorsese, who also directed a Bob Dylan documentary in 2005 titled No Direction Home: Bob Dylan.

 

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Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story starts streaming on Netflix starting June 12th. As one of the most influential musicians and authors of all time, this documentary is a must-see for everyone. 

 

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