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Bob Dylan’s ‘Theme Time Radio Hour’ returning to SiriusXM

One of the few great things to have come out of 2020 is the re-emergence of Bob Dylan and things are about to get even better with the announcement that his Theme Time Radio Hour is making a comeback to Sirius XM for the first time since 2009.

The radio programme sees Dylan discuss a different topic in each episode in immense detail and sees him talk about hard-hitting subjects such as money, politics, and more. Now the series is returning albeit for a limited run.

The brand new episode which airs on September 21st at 12 pm EST, and will see Dylan discuss how whiskey has shaped the world. The episode will be two hours and Dylan will also be playing some songs to break up the whiskey chat. It also coincides with September being Bourbon Heritage Month and also a celebration of his own whiskey company, Heaven’s Door Spirits.

The year just gets better for Dylan fans after his first album of new material Rough & Rowdy Ways debuted at number two and by once again delivered yet more records as he broke into the charts and became one of the first artists in history to have a charting album across six different decades.

On top of that in April, Dylan secured his very first number-one single on any US Billboard chart with the surprise release of ‘Murder Most Foul’. The 17-minute epic track rode high at the top of the Rock Digital Song Sales chart and finally saw him achieve one of the few achievements that he hadn’t previously conquered.

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