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Robert Cray's Musical Influences

"Well, when I started playing the guitar, it was because of The Beatles. I wanted to be a Beatle when I saw them on Ed Sullivan’s show; everybody got excited about the guitar." Robert Cray went on to collaborate with some of the world’s most talented musicians; this five-time Grammy winner describes his earliest musical influences.

Decades talks to Greenwich Village legend Judy Collins

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Paul Dean Talks Loverboy

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Sounds of the Time: JD Souther

"My friends, Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey and Don Henley and eventually Warren Zevon, were all ... more
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