Popular Music is defined as the music that is accessible to the general public and is disseminated by one or more mass media including but not limited to LP, CD, mp3, Radio, Television, and Film. It is contrast to classical Music and traditional Music. It is known that American popular music industry was created in the late 1800s when the publishers and Alley began to supply vaudeville and Broadway shows with popular music. Bob Dylan is an American musician, singer-songwriter, artist, and writer. He is one of the most successful artist in popular music.
Bob Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman, May 24, 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota, and raised in Hibbing, Minnesota, on the Mesabi Iron Range west of Lake Superior. His paternal grandparents, Zigman and Anna Zimmerman, emigrated from Odessa in the Russian Empire (now Ukraine) to the United States following the anti-Semitic pogroms of 1905.
His maternal grandparents, Benjamin and Lybba Edelstein, were Lithuanian Jews who arrived in the United States in 1902. In his autobiography Chronicles: Volume One, Dylan writes that his paternal grandmother's maiden name was Kirghiz and her family originated from KaÃÂÃÂ±zman in north eastern Turkey. He has been an influential figure in popular music and culture for more than five decades. Much of his most celebrated work dates from the 1960s. Zimmerman moved to Minneapolis in September 1959, where he enrolled at the University of Minnesota. His early focus on rock and roll gave way to an interest in American folk music; in 1985, Dylan explained the attraction that folk music had exerted on him. He soon began to perform at the Ten O'Clock Scholar, a coffeehouse a few blocks from campus, and became actively involved in the local Dinkytown folk music circuit.
During his Dinkytown...