Boston Globe Feature

March 16, 2012

According to Rolling Stone magazine, tribute concerts marking the centennial of Woody Guthrie’s birth are officially planned this year in all 50 states. That fact alone may confirm the iconic status of this leftist folk troubadour, who died in 1967. But it doesn’t make his legacy resonate quite like this month’s tiny bicoastal tour by Jay Farrar, Will Johnson, Anders Parker, and Yim Yames, which has traveled from California to the New York Island to close Friday at the Paradise Rock Club.

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