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Remembering Doc Watson, Who Moved Guitar Pickin' to Center Stage

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Published on May 30, 2012

Music legend Doc Watson died Tuesday at age 89. While he didn't record an album until his 40s, his guitar-playing and singing helped define and influence the sound of folk and bluegrass music for several generations. Jeffrey Brown and Katy Daley, host of WAMU's "Bluegrass Country" discuss the blind guitar legend's legacy.

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