Rolling Stone has called him the the uncontested poet laureate of the rock and roll era and the pre-eminent singer/songwriter of modern times. Liam Clancy and Tommy Makem called him their friend. Born May 24, 1941 in Duluth, MN, Bob Dylan looked to the Clancys and Makem for advice and to the rebel songs of Ireland for inspiration. Tonight on Windy City Irish Radio, we celebrate the birth, the career and the legacy of one Robert Allen Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan. Tune in to our EXTENDED podcast for an Irish tribute to Bob Dylan with interpretations of Dylan songs from Altan, Black 47, Danu, Flogging Molly, Luka Bloom, Glen Hansard with Markéta Irglová, The Chancey Brothers, Nanci Griffith, Christy Moore, Elvis Costello, Mary Black with Joan Baez, Finbar Furey, The Man in Black Johnny Cash and the man himself, Bob Dylan. Join Tim Taylor and Mike Shevlin each Wednesday night from 8pm to 9pm CST on WSBC 1240AM Chicago, WCFJ 1470AM or listen on our website at www.windycityirishradio.com.