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Bob Dylan's Like a Rolling Stone is getting its first official music video, nearly 50 years after the song was released.

The interactive video will premiere on Dylan's website Tuesday and marks the release of the new 47-disc box set, The Complete Album Collection Volume 1.

Like a Rolling Stone came out in 1965 and remains one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer-songwriter's most influential songs.

The video will allow viewers to switch between 16 different story lines that mimic television channels. The actors and hosts on each of these channels lip-sync the lyrics to the song and viewers can move from one to another during the song seamlessly. There is a Dylan channel as well that features vintage footage.

Words and Music

It is a triple billing for the ages, one night only: Paul Simon, Stephen Sondheim and Michael Chabon.

The subject will be words and music.

Chabon, the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, will host a discussion among himself and the two celebrated composers. Announced Monday by the MacDowell Colony for artists, the event will be held Dec. 3 at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City.

Chabon is chairman of MacDowell, based in New Hampshire and one of the country's oldest and most prestigious artist colonies. Last summer, Sondheim was awarded the 54th annual Edward MacDowell Medal for lifetime achievement.

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