George Harrison Says Bob Dylan Often Plans to Find ‘Find Job’

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George Harrison is a close friend and bandmate of Bob Dylan, so he can provide insight into the relatively secretive singer. Although Dylan is dedicated to his work as a songwriter and performer—his many albums and Nobel Prizes are proof of that—he is also bored with life on the road. Harrison explained that Dylan often tried to think of a different career path to get him off touring.

Black and white image of George Harrison and Bob Dylan playing guitar and standing in front of a microphone.

George Harrison and Bob Dylan | Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

The ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ singer started his music career in the early 1960s

Dylan has been working as a musician since 1961, meaning that his career has spanned more than 60 years. After moving to New York City and performing at the Greenwich Village club, Dylan released his first album in 1962. He did not find great success until the release of his second album, Bob Dylan Freewheelinin 1963. With its release, he established himself as a leading singer-songwriter.

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