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Sarah Lee Guthrie (US)

Sarah Lee Guthrie (b. February 17, 1979 in Massachusetts) She is the youngest daughter of world renowned folksinger Arlo Guthrie (Alice's Resturant, City of New Orleans) and granddaughter of legendary Woody Guthrie (This Land is your Land). Sarah Lee was two years old when she made her singing debut as part of a children’s chorus on Arlo’s 1981 album, Power of Love, but she had little subsequent interest in making music herself, although she was surrounded by it. “I think it was in me,” she says, “but I wasn’t ready for it.” After graduating from high school in 1997, Sarah Lee agreed to tour-manage her father, who was emceeing the Further Festival, on which members of the Grateful Dead were joined by the Black Crowes. This was the tour t...

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Johnny Irion (US)

With an uncle coming from the family of literary giant John Steinbeck and having married into the first family of folk music, Johnny Irion has slowly gained a following for his country-folk style. In 1993, at the tender age of 15, Irion formed Queen Sarah Saturday, an alternative rock band based out of Columbia, SC. The group signed a record deal to Thirsty Ear, Sony Music's alternative label at the time. The band's song "Seems" appeared in the motion picture Empire Records. After opening and touring with the Black Crowes with a new band, Dillon Fence, the singer met Sarah Lee Guthrie, daughter of folk singer Arlo Guthrie and granddaughter of legendary Woody Guthrie. In 1999, they formed RIG, a country-folk band. In March 2001, Irion rel...

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