For years, Ric Kangas spoke to writers only to tell them to go away, he did not want to be bothered. He knew what they wanted to talk about--his famous friend, the one he knew almost 50 years ago before they went their separate ways. Kangas says he just didn't want to live in the worn-out yesterday, nor did he have any interest in living his life in the long black shadow of a towering giant named Bob Dylan. So when they came, those writers and critics prophesying with their pens, Kangas hid to keep from being seen. Only once did he allow himself to be interviewed, a decade ago... More >>>