June 10, 2005 He turned 90 years old on June 8, and he is still performing and recording. He's collaborated with Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Sting — among others — on a new album to be released later this summer.
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June 9, 1995 Guitarist Les Paul's 80th birthday is celebrated by featuring our 1992 interview with him. Les Paul has spent his life playing guitar, inventing guitars to play, and inventing devices to record himself on. He's often been called the "Thomas Edison of music."
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