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John Prine's First Album Came Out The Same Year NPR Debuted Original Programming

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John Prine, Jerry Jeff Walker, Billy Joe Shaver and Tony Rice are celebrated in this Mountain Stage special. Vasilia Scouras/Mountain Stage Archives hide caption

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A Hole In Our Hearts: Live Performances By Musicians We Lost In 2020

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John Prine died recently at the age of 73 from complications due to the coronavirus. Rich Fury/Getty Images for The Recording A hide caption

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Opinion: Remembering Folk Legend John Prine

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John Prine's 2019 performance of "Angel from Montgomery" alongside Bonnie Raitt was one of the late Americana pioneer's iconic, genre-defining moments at the event. Courtesy of the Americana Music Association hide caption

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Brandi Carlile performs a live World Cafe Session at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Liz Waldie/WXPN hide caption

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Brandi Carlile On World Cafe

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