Jakob Dylan's cure for backaches is "Ice Ice Baby."
Jakob is amused when reporters ask him when he changed his last name to Dylan.
Jakob is from Minnesota.
Jakob's favorite songwriter is Paul Westerberg of The Replacements.
Jakob refers to his father, Bob Dylan, as "he".
Jakob never presents a song to his dad before recording it.
Jakob says that in order to be a songwriter you have to have instincts.
Jakob refuses to discuss what his songs mean, saying that it ruins them.
Jakob spent 2 and half years promoting Bringing Down The Horse.
Jakob founded the Wallflowers in 1989.
Jakob has recorded four albums with The Wallflowers.
Jakob has a wife named Paige. They have four sons and one adopted daughter.
Jakob retreated for five months after promoting "Bringin Down the Horse".
Jakob is one of the two original members that stuck with The Wallflowers for all four albums.
Jakob has worked with the band, Trash Matinee.
Jakob's parents, Bob and Sara Dylan, divorced when he was seven.
Jakob wrote his first real song "6th Avenue Heartache", while studying for college.
Jakob is the lead singer and guitar player for The Wallflowers.
Jakob is one of the main songwriters for The Wallflowers.
Jakob thinks that public praise is flattering to some extent but irreleveant if you fail to put good music on your records.
Jakob has a droll sense of humor, this is partially used as protection from the press.
Jakob is well-known for his deep blue eyes.
Jakob plays piano and guitar.
Jakob studied art at Parsons School of Design.
Jakob is the son of singer Bob Dylan.
Jakob: The world's as big as the block you live on, and I like to keep it small. I have had the same friends since I was eleven years old.