October 12th, 2006

Seeing Stars

By Louise Story
The New York Times

Bob Dylan has always been famously anti-establishment, but there he was in late August, strumming his guitar in a commercial for iTunes and iPod, both owned by Apple Computer.  Mr. Dylan does not suffer from a lack of name recognition and he probably does not need the extra money. But like an increasing number of A-list celebrities, he has come to see doing television spots as a good move.

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