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The Guthries: Like father, like daughter, like son-in-law

By Scott Alarik
Globe Correspondent / June 5, 2005

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Forty years ago, Arlo Guthrie, son of legendary songwriter Woody Guthrie, was the Great Folk Hope. Today, at 58, he is the revered elder, and eyes eagerly turn to the duo of his daughter, Sarah Lee Guthrie, and her husband, Johnny Irion. Their songs pulse with modern rock, but also with unmistakably Guthrie-esque populism, earthy romance, and folksy mischief. (Full article: 544 words)

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