After news of Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize win, Maná's Fher Olvera and Sergio Vallín took to social media to congratulate and celebrate the music icon for winning this year's Nobel Prize in Literature.
While playing Dylan's music in the background, Olvera says "We're here remembering Bob Dylan, who won the Nobel. We're here having some drinks. Salud for Bob Dylan!"
The video post was accompanied with a message that read: "Celebrating the well-deserved award for the generation of rock & roll... Dylan opened the doors to a rebellious and unique way of living and seeing the world."
Celebrando por el bien merecido premio para la generación del rock & roll... Dylan abrió las puertas a una forma rebelde y única de ver y vivir el mundo.... Salud! #bobdylan #Mana
A video posted by Maná (@manaoficial) on Oct 13, 2016 at 6:52pm PDT
Organizers of the Nobel award recognized the 75-year-old rock icon for "having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition." Dylan's wide catalog of anti-war and civil-rights anthems include classics like "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'."