On satellite radio, promoters say you can hear anything, at any time.
Bob Dylan, not known to be the most coherently-speaking person in the world, will host his own show on XM Satellite Radio, which has been available in the U.S. for several months, and which was just launched in Canada.
The pay-to-listen radio service already has Snoop Dogg as one of its DJs, and is up against Sirius, which has Howard Stern on its roster starting in January.
Dylan, one of rock’s most gifted songwriters, will create a playlist and interview guests, the station says.
His show will debut in March.