Below are some sample interviews that have appeared exclusively in On the Tracks magazine.

Sample Interviews:
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Bob Johnston

Bucky Baxter

David Mansfield

Jerry Schatzberg

LeRoy Hoikkala

Regina Havis

Spooner Oldham

What’s the single most important feature in a Bob Dylan magazine?

Interviews. Candid, unguarded, in-depth interviews are the most accurate way to obtain historical information about Bob Dylan and his music that would otherwise be lost forever...

Here’s a sampling of the exclusive interviews in On the Tracks, the world’s best Bob Dylan magazine:

Larry Myers

Bob Dylan’s pastor; musician on Knocked Out Loaded

Bob Johnston
producer of six Bob Dylan albums

Regina Havis
opened the majority of Dylan’s gospel shows single-handedly; toured with Dylan for four years; co-songwriter with Dylan

Eric Von Schmidt
songwriter; folk musician

Winston Watson
drummer for Dylan’s band in early to mid-'90s

Jerry Schatzberg
filmmaker, photographer, and close friend of Bob & Sara

Howard Sounes
author of Down The Highway: The Life Of Bob Dylan

Spider John Koerner
musician; songwriter

Elizabeth Blohm
friend of Dylan’s father

Shirley Caesar
performed for Dylan at Kennedy Center Honors

Bucky Baxter
toured with Dylan for over 700 concerts

Kris Kristofferson
singer; songwriter; actor (two separate OTT interviews)

James Hirsch
author of The Hurricane

LeRoy Hoikkala
member of Dylan’s Hibbing band

Kevin Odegard
Blood On The Tracks guitarist

Spooner Oldham
keyboard player for 80 gospel shows, Grammy Awards, Saved, and Slow Train Coming

David Mansfield
musical genius; toured with Rolling Thunder Revue and Street Legal tour

Rick Danko
member of The Band; co-songwriter with Dylan (two separate OTT interviews)

Dave Morton
musician and friend of Dylan from the '50s

Steve Matteo
author of Dylan

Nora Guthrie
daughter of Woody Guthrie; curator of the Woody Guthrie Archives

Billy Bragg
created music for Woody’s previously unpublished lyrics

Paul Zollo
interviewed Dylan in 1991

Ralph Stanley
bluegrass hero; Dylan recorded with him in 1998, stating it was the "highlight" of his career

Scott Spencer
author of Rich Man’s Table

Larry Keenan & Dale Smith
Dylan’s private session photographers in mid-'60s

Paul Silhan
famous for his parodies of Dylan songs which aired on the Rush Limbaugh radio show

Jim Dickenson
musician on Time Out of Mind

Dave Herman
interviewed Dylan in 1981 for Columbia promo LP

David Whitaker
encouraged Dylan to read Woody Guthrie’s Bound For Glory

Greil Marcus
author of Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes

Eric Andersen
Rolling Thunder Revue performer; Dylan recorded one of his songs for Self Portrait

Jackson Browne
songwriter; recording artist

Tom Paxton
songwriter; folk musician

John Hammond, Jr.
bluesman; his father signed Dylan to Columbia label

Aimee Mann
opened shows for Bob Dylan in 1996 at Dylan’s request

Bill Marinac
member of Dylan’s early teenage band, The Golden Chords

Charlie McCoy
musician on four Dylan albums

Patti Smith
songwriter; musician; close friend of Dylan

John Cohen
Woody Guthrie/Bob Dylan photographer; interviewed Dylan for Sing Out! Magazine

Daniel Kramer
photographer; friend of Dylan

Arlo Guthrie
son of Woody Guthrie; songwriter/musician; friend of Dylan

Al Kooper
musician; author; best known as organist on "Like A Rolling Stone"

Happy Traum
session musician for Dylan and long-time friend

Richie Havens
folk musician; covers lots of Dylan songs

Carolyn Hester
Dylan’s performance on her 3rd LP landed Dylan a recording contract with Columbia

Kinky Friedman
author; musician; friend of Dylan

Levon Helm
drummer/singer of The Band; actor

Judy Collins
talks about her album "Judy Collins Sings Dylan" and Dylan’s influence

Jacques Levy
co-songwriter with Dylan; Rolling Thunder Revue stage manager

Gordon Lightfoot
Rolling Thunder Revue performer

D.A. Pennebaker
filmmaker behind Dont Look Back; cameraman on Eat the Document

Larry "Ratso" Sloman
author of On The Road With Bob Dylan: Rolling With The Thunder

Tony Glover
musician and friend of Dylan

Eddie Murphy

Roger McGuinn
leader of The Byrds; Rolling Thunder Revue performer; toured with Dylan in the late-'80s; co-writer with Dylan

Jakob Dylan
Dylan’s son; leader of The Wallflowers



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