Spanning over half a century of music making, Bob Dylan is a living legend. He emerged in the 60s as an American folk singer-songwriter, born to unnerve the establishment. His raw and uncompromising vocal delivery, acoustic guitar playing and hard-hitting lyrics in protest songs like The Times They are a Changin’, Blowin’ in the Wind, Masters of War and Maggie’s Farm, made him a leader of the counter culture – a new generation more interested in getting along peacefully with everyone than in bombing countries like Vietnam halfway across the world.