America 1964, the year American culture fractured and split along ideological lines of old vs. young; hip vs. square; poor vs. rich; liberal vs. conservative. With all these lost voices blowin’ in the wind, America was heading downwards like a rolling stone.
Bob Dylan was a voice for the people. He had a way of expressing what everyone was thinking. Dylan's lyrics have incorporated various political, social, philosophical, and literary influences.
This museum will be a visual representation of the political impact Bob Dylan had on not only his generation but anthems of every civil rights movement that followed.