Bob Dylan

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Noun1.Bob Dylan - United States songwriter noted for his protest songs (born in 1941)
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ROBERT ALLEN ZIMMERMAN The answer, of course, is blowing in the wind.
Aucun chanteur n'a deja suscite autant de polemique et de controverse qu'un certain Robert Allen Zimmerman, plus connu sous le pseudonyme de Bob Dylan, car apres plus d'un demi-siecle d'une carriere musicale exceptionnelle, il a ete le premier chanteur a recevoir le Prix Nobel de Litterature a l'instar de ces grands hommes et femmes de Lettres que l'Academie Suedoise a canonises depuis 1901 et qui eurent pour noms Thomas Mann, Albert Camus, Samuel Beckett, Gabriel Garcia Marquez ou encore Doris Lessing.
Born Robert Allen Zimmerman in Minnesota in 1941, aged 20 he signed his first recording contract and emerged as one of the most original and influential voices in the history of American popular music.
Robert Allen Zimmerman, who recently won a Nobel prize, is better known as what?
Born Robert Allen Zimmerman in Minnesota, America, in 1941, he then renamed himself after Welsh poet Dylan Thomas - and has never looked back since.
Others, however, were not happy with the idea that Dylan, born Robert Allen Zimmerman, won the prestigious Nobel prize for literature.
It's true that the name Bob Dylan rolls right off the tongue, but Dylan was actually born Robert Allen Zimmerman.
THE REAL BOB DYLAN (COLOMBIA) Robert Allen Zimmerman was born on May 24, 1941 in Deluth, Minnesota.