Is Bob Dylan's satellite radio show up in the air?
Back in December, XM Satellite Radio announced with much fanfare that the enigmatic bard of rock would launch a weekly show in March for which he would handpick music, interview peers and share his insights into what he played.
But the calendar shows that March is over today and there's still no Dylan to be found on XM's dial.
"It's definitely going to happen, but it's taking a little longer than originally planned," said XM spokeswoman Anne-Taylor Griffith. "Bob is super involved in the show, and, like with everything he does, he wants it be just a certain way, and it's taking some time.... We've already received several episodes of the show, and they're absolutely fantastic."
With Dylan moving at his own chosen speed, the show is now expected to premiere in early May.
In April, XM will announce the show's title and schedule and also release some sample playlists, which Griffith described as "amazing" surveys of music both new and vintage.