Remembering Vaughn Meader Vaughn Meader, gained fame satirizing John F. Kennedy's presidency in the multimillion-selling album "The First Family," only to have his star plummet when the president was assassinated. He died Friday at age 68. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and comedian Rich Little.
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Vaughn Meader, gained fame satirizing John F. Kennedy's presidency in the multimillion-selling album "The First Family," only to have his star plummet when the president was assassinated. He died Friday at age 68. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and comedian Rich Little.