Folk Icon Jean Ritchie Dead At 92
Dylan paid a financial settlement to Ritchie and gave her co-writing credit for his song Masters Of War, which borrowed heavily from her version of Nottamun Town.
She emerged on the New York folk scene in the 1940s and brought the Appalachian sound to a much wider audience. She sang at the first Newport folk festival in 1959 and won over a new, younger audience with her 1977 album None But One, which was awarded the Critics' Award by Rolling Stone magazine. Read more here.
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