Dylan finally accepts Nobel Prize

Dylan finally accepts Nobel Prize
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Legendary folk-songwriter Bob Dylan has finally accepted his Nobel Prize at a private event in Stockholm


The times are changing for Bob Dylan as he has finally accepted his Nobel Prize for Literature at a “small and intimate” setting in Stockholm, Sweden. Details of the private event had been closely guarded.

Bob Dylan has his NobelPrize</a> diploma & medal. He received the award in a private gathering Saturday in Sweden. <a href="https://t.co/ELLvFkl12F">https://t.co/ELLvFkl12F</a> <a href="https://t.co/MEgocXkv5M">pic.twitter.com/MEgocXkv5M</a></p>&mdash; Chicago Sun-Times (Suntimes) April 1, 2017

Dylan was already in the Swedish Capital to perform two packed out concerts on April 1st and 2nd.

The iconic songwriter who prophesies with his pen, thought twice about accepting the prize, initially turning down an invitation to last year’s ceremony. But apparently that’s all over now and he’ll be bringing it all back home.

Bob Dylan and Patti Smith during the Rolling Thunder Revue tour, 1975 pic.twitter.com/Bk4derS0CP

— laura buckingham (@lauraxrockchick) April 1, 2017

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