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American Folk Music Revival 1950-1970;
Transcript and recording of the KUER News program, Radio West, from January 23, 2007, second segment. Host Doug Fabrizio interviews Polly Stewart, Hal Cannon and Rosalie Sorrels, about the revival of folk music from 1950 to 1970 and Utah's role in the movement from 1958 to 1968. Transcript provided by Laura R. Marcus;
KUER News in Salt Lake City, from Radio West, an interview with Polly Stewart, Hal Cannon and Rosalie Sorrels, about the revival of folk music from 1950 to 1970. Musicians were influencing the movement for social and political change. Utah had its own heyday of
folk music, and a distinctive culture that influenced a distinctive sound.
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