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American annual folk-oriented music festival in Newport, Rhode Island, which began in July 1959 as a counterpart to the previously established Newport Jazz Festival. Often considered one of the first modern music festivals in America and remains a focal point in the ever-expanding genre of "folk" music. Wikipedia
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- Many early songs reached the public through more palatable versions by other performers, such as Joan Baez, who became Dylan's advocate and lover.
- When Joan Baez first met Dylan in April 1961, she had already released her first album and was acclaimed as the "Queen of Folk".
- Folk singer Joan Baez attended BU for several months before dropping out to concentrate on her musical career.
- In the early sixties figures such as Joan Baez and Bob Dylan had come to the fore in this movement as singer-songwriters.
- His soundtrack for Sacco e Vanzetti contains another well-known composition by Morricone, the folk song "Here's to You", sung by Joan Baez.
- Singers such as Joan Baez have sung it during their tours.
- Additional rallies were held that year, including one attended by Joan Baez on August 20.
- On Saturday afternoon, when she and the band were flown by helicopter with the pregnant Joan Baez and Baez's mother from a nearby motel to the festival site and Joplin saw the enormous crowd, she instantly became extremely nervous and giddy.
- (See also David Harris section below.)
- (See Vietnam War in Civil rights section below.)
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