Bob Dylan's son Jakob Dylan gets down to the nitty gritty on the Wallflowers' rider, demanding that there be "absolutely no reference to 'Bob Dylan's son' in any and all advertising and billing (including print and radio)," and such detailed items as carrot juice that must be fresh squeezed and tuna that isn't Chicken of the Sea. Do you think he really notices if these stipulations are not met? Regardless, he certainly is about aesthetics: "PLEASE PUT SOME THOUGHT INTO PRESENTATION," politely requests the rider.