Bill Wyman

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Independent music critic and journalist

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The Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Bob Dylan today. His music defined the folk movement of the 1960s, but Dylan hasn’t stopped innovating since then.

Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize in Literature

The Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Bob Dylan today. His music defined the folk movement of the 1960s, but Dylan hasn’t stopped innovating since then.

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