Bob Dylan has been igniting the interest of rock fans everywhere when in his latest Rolling Stone interview he said that he'd be up for collaborating with Paul McCartney, saying, "That'd be exciting to do something with Paul! But, ya know, your paths have to cross for something like that to make sense."
Examiner.com reported that while performing in Liverpool, England, Dylan paid a visit to John Lennon's boyhood home called "Mendips." According to one of the guides in the National Trust house, Dylan visited the residence in the late afternoon and allegedly commented that the unheated bathroom reminded him of his own childhood home in Minnesota.
While performing at the Liverpool Echo Arena on May 1st, Dylan paid tribute to good friend George Harrison by performing late Beatle's signature song "Something."