It was an epic day and an epic recording by our pals in the newly formed supergroup, The Weary Tunesmiths, as they lay down their rendition of Bob Dylan’s song, “Lay Down Your Weary Tune”. Led by North Country singer and songwriter Rich Mattson on guitar and joined by Marc Gartman (Two Many Banjos), […]
April 12, 2006 City Pages Peter Scholtes Duluth rumor holds that Bob Dylan himself bought out all the old T-shirts of the first Duluth Does Dylan compilation, still available on Spinout. The north country label’s second compilation of locals covering Dylan is just as great. So with Toasty sick at home, I ventured out on […]
Big news! We’re in the planning stages hopefully soon to be in the recording phase of the fourth in the series of Duluth Does Dylan! Stay tuned for updates on our progress, recording, video and news about who we are planning to have on it in celebration of Bob Dylan’s upcoming 75th birthday! Stay tuned.
Duluth Does Dylan…Again by Chris Godsey The morals of this story: owning a recording studio can be more comfortable than renting time in one; even underground rockers and their scenes grow up; a good song is always a good song. The story behind the morals: In 2001, multi-disciplinary Duluth entrepreneurs Tim Nelson and Tom Fabjance […]
Good local music compilations always say something about the scene. Last year’s The Best of Smoke-Free Saturday Nights Volume 3 said there were a bunch of good, unreleased female-fronted punk bands around here. DUNation.com—Volume Won said local rappers, even well-known ones, had started writing about how broke they were. Last year’s Duluth Does Dylan Revisited […]