Bob Dylan apologises for book signature controversy
Bob Dylan has apologised for selling machine-signed art and books. Last week, the legendar singer-songwriter hit headlines when bosses at publisher Simon & Schuster confirmed that "hand-signed" copies of his book The Philosophy of Modern Song actually had signatures in "in penned replica form". The limited-edition tome was priced at $600 (£505). In addition, it emerged that some of his recent artwork prints also had machine-signed signatures. Following the news, Dylan issued a statement via Facebook on Saturday in which he apologised for his "error in judgment".