Are you a Bob Dylan fan? If yes, try this trivia quiz to see how well you know him. You are a true fan if you get all the questions correct.
Do you know who Bob Dylan is? Do you know his real name? Do you know his music signature? If you can’t answer these questions, you can’t consider yourself a true Bob Dylan connoisseur.
Get ready to scratch your head with these 40 Bob Dylan trivia questions and prove you are his number one fan. Gather your friends and prove to them that you can handle the heat.
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Bob Dylan Trivia
#1. What is Bob Dylan's birth name?
#2. In which year was Bob Dylan awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature?
#3. Which of these albums did Bob Dylan release first?
#4. Which of the following is NOT a Bob Dylan song?
#5. What was Bob Dylan's debut studio album released in 1962?
#6. Which Bob Dylan song famously features the line "The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind"?
#7. Who inspired Bob Dylan to pick up an electric guitar and explore rock music?
#8. Which Bob Dylan album features the song "Tangled Up in Blue"?
#9. What was the title of Bob Dylan's first book of lyrics and poetry, published in 1971?
#10. Which Bob Dylan song inspired Jimi Hendrix's iconic cover version at the 1969 Woodstock Festival?
#11. In which year was Bob Dylan born?
#12. What is the name of Bob Dylan's 2020 album that features his renditions of classic American standards?
#13. Which Bob Dylan song begins with the lyrics "Come gather 'round people, wherever you roam"?
#14. What was the title of the documentary film about Bob Dylan directed by Martin Scorsese?
#15. Which Bob Dylan song was covered by Adele and became a hit single for her?
#16. Which famous civil rights song did Bob Dylan write and perform in 1963?
#17. Which Bob Dylan album features the song "Just Like a Woman"?
#18. In 1975, Bob Dylan released an album that was a critical and commercial success. What is the title of that album?
#19. Which Bob Dylan song has the lyric "How does it feel to be on your own, with no direction home, like a complete unknown"?
#20. What was Bob Dylan's first Billboard Top 40 hit single?
#21. Which Bob Dylan album features the song "Shelter from the Storm"?
#22. Which musician collaborated with Bob Dylan on the album "Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1"?
#23. What was the name of Bob Dylan's first rock album released in 1965?
#24. Which Bob Dylan song begins with the lyrics "Johnny's in the basement mixing up the medicine"?
#25. What was the title of Bob Dylan's 1964 album that contained only cover songs?
#26. Which song did Bob Dylan perform at the historic "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom" in 1963?
#27. In which year did Bob Dylan release the album "Highway 61 Revisited"?
#28. Which Bob Dylan song became an anthem for the civil rights movement in the 1960s?
#29. What was the name of Bob Dylan's second book of memoirs, released in 2004?
#30. Which Bob Dylan album features the song "Like a Rolling Stone"?
#31. What was the title of Bob Dylan's first album of original songs after a period of releasing cover albums?
#32. Which Bob Dylan song was used in the opening credits of the 1969 film "Midnight Cowboy"?
#33. What was the name of Bob Dylan's backing band during his "Never Ending Tour" since 1988?
#34. Which Bob Dylan album features the song "Forever Young"?
#35. What was the title of Bob Dylan's first album released in the 1970s?
#36. Which musician did Bob Dylan pay tribute to in his song "Tangled Up in Blue"?
#37. In which city was Bob Dylan born?
#38. Which Bob Dylan song begins with the lyrics "You must leave now, take what you need, you think will last"?
#39. Which album marked Bob Dylan's return to secular music after a period of releasing gospel albums?
#40. What was the title of Bob Dylan's first album of original songs in eight years, released in 1997?
Bob is a renowned musician who has won numerous awards, including the Nobel Prize in Literature, and countless artists have covered his songs.
His famous songs include “Blowin’ in the Wind” and “The Times They Are a-Changin.”