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A Dispute Over a Famous Dylan Guitar

3 years agoArts : ArtsBeat

The producers of the PBS series "History Detectives" say they have found the guitar that Mr. Dylan played at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965; his lawyer says that Mr. Dylan still has it.
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