Rock Talk With Carter: The Day Bob Dylan Signed With Columbia Records

by Alisha Jackson

On October 21, 1961, Bob Dylan signed with Columbia Records. It was his first recording contract. Two years later in 1963 he performed a sold out show at Carnegie Hall.

Aside from a brief stint with Asylum Records, Dylan stuck with Columbia for his entire career. Learn all about Dylan’s relationship with the label, and hear Carter’s horrible impression of him in his Rock Talk video above!

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