Bob Dylan is notoriously tight-lipped with the media, so when the Blowin' In The Wind singer breaks his silence, its usually a big deal.
That said, fans of the iconic crooner will get a rare treat Monday, when a brilliant new interview with the 68-year-old legend will be syndicated worldwide through the International Network of Street Papers.
In the interview, Dylan, born Robert Allen Zimmerman, opens up about his new recording, Christmas In The Heart, past seasonal memories, special presents, Pretty Boy Floyd and Babe Ruth.
All proceeds from the album, his 47th, will be dispersed to charities Feeding America domestically, and The World Food Program and Crisis At Christmas abroad. The album is in stores now; its first video, Must Be Christmas, can be viewed on www.bobdylan.com.