There's nobody named Peggy Sue — or even a Margaret or a Susan, for that matter — in the British folk-rock band. But there is a young trio comfortable with plugging in and evoking macabre moods. Singers Rosa Slade and Katy Young explain.
Garland Jeffreys leapt onto the music scene in the 1960s, and since then has mastered rock, reggae and blues to create his unique sound. He speaks with host Michel Martin about his remarkable life and new album, The King of In Between.
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