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The eldest son of legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie, Arlo Guthrie launched his own recording career in 1967 with his cult classic, talking-blues epic about draft dodging, "Alice’s Restaurant." Nearly four decades later, his music is attracting a whole new generation. He talks with Diane about his musical legacy and what it’s like to now perform onstage with his son and daughter.
- Arlo Guthrie folk singer and composer. He's the founder of Rising Son Records, the Guthrie Center, and the Guthrie Foundation.
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