Coming to Netflix on June 12th is the eagerly anticipated documentary, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese. In addition to the doc being streamed, Rolling Thunder Revue is being shown for one night only across 20 cities the night before its Netflix premiere. Variety reported, "The June 11th 'road show' screenings will take place in London, Paris, Washington, D.C., Nashville, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Portland, Tulsa, Tempe, Chicago, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Bologna, and Sydney -- as well as in L.A. and New York, the two cities where the film will continue to play the following day and beyond."

Of particular interest to fans is a 14-disc 148-track box set coming on June 7th featuring material from the legendary 1975 tour and rehearsals. The set will feature "the five complete Dylan sets that were 'professionally recorded' during the 1975 outing, along with, additionally, tour rehearsals captured at S.I.R. Studios in New York, said to be 'recently unearthed' and to 'provide the listener with an intimate insider’s seat' for the tour prep."

The fall 1975 "Rolling Thunder" tour ran from October 30th to December 8th. Among the performers who were mainstays of the tour were Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn, Bob Neuwirth, T Bone Burnett, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Ronee Blakley, Mick Ronson, Scarlet Rivera, Allen Ginsberg, and Sam Shepard. Along the way, special guests appearing on stage, in the studio or behind the scenes were Joni Mitchell, Ringo Starr, Patti Smith, Bette Midler, Kinky Friedman, Dennis Hopper, and Phil Ochs, among others.

Roger McGuinn recalled the Rolling Thunder shows as being a definite highlight of his performing career: "It was one of my favorite tours ever. It was just a great tour. Y'know, we barnstormed around the country on these tour buses, and it was a wonderful four-hour concert of Dylan, and Joan Baez, and Ramblin' Jack Elliott, and I got to do a coupla tunes. Everybody just had a ball. I mean, it was the most fun anybody'd ever had, I think. (Laughs) It was great."

In 2002, Bob Dylan spotlighted the 1975 dates on his double-disc archival release The Bootleg Series Vol. 5: Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue.