Dylan-Hunter return to studio

LONDON: Rock legend Bob Dylan will write a musical for the New York stage.

The Blowin in the Wind hitmaker reunited with long-time songwriting partner and Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter to put together tracks for his new album Together Through Life, reports contactmusic.com.

The pair is now heading back into the studio once more to create music for an upcoming off-Broadway production. “Hunter is an old buddy. We could probably write a hundred songs together if we thought it was important or the right reasons were there,” said Dylan.

Dylan, 67, first collaborated with Hunter for his 1988 album Down In The Groove.