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Diltz’s photos of 1960s Laurel Canyon musicians are legendary, but his work extends far beyond that era and location. Through the decades he’s worked with major artists, from The Doors to the Rolling Stones, Garth Brooks to Kurt Cobain. The exhibit delves into Diltz’s artistry behind the lens.
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Woody Guthrie (1912-1967) was one of America’s greatest folksingers and most influential songwriters. His songs celebrate the beauty and bounty of America and seek the truth about our country and its people. He turned complex ideas about democracy, human rights, and economic equality into simple songs that all Americans could embrace. Woody Guthrie spoke for those who carried a heavy burden or had come upon hard times — giving voice to their struggles and giving them hope and strength.
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