Alfred Hair, Harold Newton, Al Black, James Gibson and Mary Ann Carroll were all part of the original Highwaymen. Photos by Gary Monroe hide caption

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The Landscape Art Legacy Of Florida's Highwaymen

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The Movie Michael Peña Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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"Blues is a feeling, and it exists cross-culturally. It always has existed, and it always will. It's part of being human," says musician Elliott Sharp. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Elliott Sharp: 'Blues Is A Feeling'

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