Bob Dylan. Few men in music stand for so much.
Groundbreaking songwriter. Misunderstood artist. Polarizing live performer. Legend.
At 71, Dylan keeps moving, like a rolling stone. His never-ending tour includes a stop Thursday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. His latest work, "Tempest," is his 35th studio album, released 50 years after his first.
In commemoration of these events, the Journal Sentinel interviewed four of the most passionate Dylan fans in Milwaukee to discuss four significant facets of Dylan.
Bob Reitman, host of the Thursday night radio show "It's Alright, Ma, It's Only Music," on WUWM-FM (89.7), has seen Dylan live more than 50 times.
Jim Linneman owns Linneman's Riverwest Inn, which hosts Dylan-inspired musicians and Dylan tributes.
Martin Jack Rosenblum is a singer-songwriter who teaches a course on rock 'n' roll history at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dylan is central to his teachings.
Read the full article and see the video at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.