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Remembering Guitar Legend Doc Watson

 
In this March 15, 2000 file photo, master flatpicker Doc Watson talks about his long and successful musical career at his home in Deep Gap, N.C. 
 
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  In this March 15, 2000 file photo, master flatpicker Doc Watson talks about his long and successful musical career at his home in Deep Gap, N.C.   

Legendary guitarist and folk singer Doc Watson died Tuesday at age 89. Drawing on the musical traditions of his native northwestern North Carolina, his virtuoso flatpicking guitar style influenced musicians across American music genres from folk and bluegrass to rock and roll. We explore Watson's musical legacy.

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