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Rodney Crowell and 'Fate's Right Hand'

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Rodney Crowell and 'Fate's Right Hand'

Rodney Crowell and 'Fate's Right Hand'

Rodney Crowell and 'Fate's Right Hand'

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Singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell has been personally and professionally linked to some of country music's biggest stars. He's written songs for Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris, and he's the former son-in-law of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. Crowell talks to NPR's John Ydstie about his introspective new album Fate's Right Hand.

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