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Roy Rogers Slides into Studio 4A

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Roy Rogers Slides into Studio 4A

Roy Rogers Slides into Studio 4A

Roy Rogers Slides into Studio 4A

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When Roy Rogers first heard a recording of Robert Johnson playing the blues, he was hooked. The slide guitar evokes the human voice and is "one of the most expressive ways to play," Rogers says. Listen as he discusses and demonstrates some of his blues influences in a performance chat in NPR's Studio 4A with Morning Edition's Bob Edwards.

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