"I thought this vision would make a dream of a book, and I asked for Bob Dylan's permission to make this dream come true. Happily, he said yes," Arnosky added. Meanwhile, Dylan is set to perform at the White House on February 10 as part of a civil rights celebration. The 'Hurricane" hitmaker will join John Mellencamp, Smokey Robinson and Jennifer Hudson, at the 'In Performance At The White House: A Celebration Of Music From The Civil Rights Movement show."
Story first published: Friday, February 5, 2010, 15:39 [IST]