The New York Times reports that Bob Dylan's legendary private archive is real and has been purchased for $15-20 million by the Kaiser Family Foundation. The vast collection (6,000 pieces!) includes lyrics, notes, recordings, contracts, correspondence and other items (i.e. a business card from Otis Redding!). It will be housed at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, OK, right down the street from the new Woody Guthrie Center.
Sounds like Bob could have used Songspace to organize his files! Read the full story on the Times' website.