A true legend, Doc Watson, dies at age 89

If you have never listened to the music of Doc Watson, do yourself a favor. Whatever mood you’re in, you’ll appreciate his smooth, commanding baritone, his masterful touch on the guitar and his ever present wit.

From a Seattle Times article: “Overall, Doc will be remembered as one of America’s greatest folk musicians. I would say he’s one of America’s greatest musicians,” said David Holt, a longtime friend and collaborator who compared Watson to Lead Belly, Bill Monroe, Muddy Waters and Earl Scruggs.”

The music world did lose a legendary talent.

Here’s the story about his passing.

Here’s a wiki article about him.

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