Book Nook: The Moment In 1965 When Rock and Roll Becomes Art, by Steve Earle

I am an unabashed Steve Earle fan. One of the first things I do just about every Sunday morning is fire up my Sirius XM app and listen to the replay of Earle’s Hardcore Troubadour show, an hour of him telling stories and playing songs. See, Steve Earle is a really, really good song writer. And yet he is an even better story teller and self-made music historian. The Moment in 1965… is built around a premise Earle has, that I have heard from him before, that Bob Dylan wanted to be John Lennon, and John Lennon wanted to be … Continue reading Book Nook: The Moment In 1965 When Rock and Roll Becomes Art, by Steve Earle