Remembering Sis Cunningham Folk musician Sis Cunningham has died at age 95. Cunningham, whose given name was Agnes, co-founded and edited Broadside magazine. Through it, Cunningham and her husband published many influential songs of the 1960s. Hear folk songwriter Pete Seeger and NPR's Robert Siegel.
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Meredith Ochs Reviews 'The Best of Broadside,' a CD Collection Based on the Folk Music Journal

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Pete Seeger, folk singer songwriter, about Sis Cunningham, a folk musician and editor of Broadside magazine, who died this past Sunday.