ARLO GUTHRIE TOURS ON 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF "ALICE'S RESTAURANT"
Folk musician Arlo Guthrie, 57, the eldest son of Woody Guthrie, performs to a packed house at Vancouver's University of British Columbia Chan Center Theater , April 19, 2005, the 40th anniversary of the song "Alice's Restaurant." (UPI photo/Heinz Ruckemann )
Folk music icon Arlo Guthrie says his wife, Jackie, has died at their Florida home after a battle with liver cancer. She was 68.
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The Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City moved to Union Square Saturday to bolster the 16th Annual Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality event.
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Michigan actor, singer and songwriter Jeff Daniels says he will perform at a concert celebrating his native state's homegrown musicians this fall.
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Jazz drummer Bobby Rosengarden, 82, known for his wisecracks as the bandleader for the "The Dick Cavett Show," has died of kidney failure in Sarasota, Fla.
Jerry Lee Lewis, Los Lonely Boys, Robert Randolph & the Family Band and Gov't Mule have been added to the bill for the 20th annual Farm Aid in Camden, N.J.
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Singer Arlo Guthrie is riding the "The City of New Orleans," the train he immortalized in song, to raise funds for musicians displaced by Hurricane Katrina.