Bob Dylan has said the person he would most love to collaborate with is fellow songwriting icon Paul McCartney.
The Blowing In The Wind star, who's just wrapped up a UK tour, recently confessed it would be "exciting to do something with Paul". If it came off, such a collaboration would be considered a landmark in the music world.
And a partnership between the talented duo is not out of the question. The former Beatle, 66, recently hailed Bob as a "genius" and has named him as his favourite living songwriter.
"It's quite likely that Paul will be interested," a source close to the musician told the Express. "Bob would be the closest thing Paul has had to working with John Lennon. Like John he has the acid wit and great lyrics, while Paul still has the ear for a melody."
"They could really bring out the best in one another."
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