Like It Is: Bob Dylan Explains What Really Killed Rock ’n’ Roll
Brent L. Smith

I love this article, and so ironic that a Dylan interview with AARP inspired it.

I anxiously await the next wave of garage bands that are unafraid to mix it up and change the world. Sadly, there is a substantial crowd of practitioners who are more concerned with getting a corporate sponsorship, than creating the next Blood On The Tracks.

Personally, I plan on having a reincarnation in about a hundred years, just so that I can return to see the stature that Bob Dylan’s work has achieved.