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Woody Guthrie, 1912 - 1967.55; singer, songwriter. Autobiography Bound for Glory 1983.

The always entrancing Woody Guthrie

Woody Guthrie, he is named in that song Oklahoma Angel . autobiography Bound for Glory

Arlo Guthrie at Woodstock   August 1969

Arlo Davy Guthrie is an American folk singer. Like his late father, Woody Guthrie, Arlo is known for singing songs of protest against social injustice.

‘This Machine Kills Fascists’ was the ambitious slogan that Woody Guthrie (1912-1967) painted on his guitars. By fascists he meant the entire American capitalist establishment during the Great Depression and…

‘This Machine Kills Fascists’ was the ambitious slogan that Woody Guthrie painted on his guitars. By fascists he meant the entire American capitalist establishment during the Great Depression and…

"Activist folk musician Woody Guthrie playing for a crowd that includes servicemen at a New York USO club during WWII." | Location:	New York, NY, US. Date taken: 1943, Photographer: Eric Schaal | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google | #USO

"Activist folk musician Woody Guthrie playing for a crowd that includes servicemen at a New York USO club during WWII.

Woody Guthrie, NYC, 1943 photo: Eric Schaal, LIFE

The Ramblin’ Man, Woody Guthrie, was born on this day in Browse a timeline of his life.

Woddy Guthrie : Better World A-Comin'

This machine kills fascists. Woody Guthrie's music is the origin of everything radio popular. Read his book Bound For Glory. Best autobiography I know.

WOODROW WILSON "WOODY" GUTHRIE (Singer)  BIRTH:  July 14, 1912 in Okemah, Oklahoma, U.S.A.  DEATH:  October 3, 1967 in New York City, New York, U.S.A.  CAUSE OF DEATH:  Huntington's Disease  CLAIM TO FAME:  This Land Is Your Land

Woody Guthrie, la souche folk

Legend from the Pre-rock age of folk singing social comment.

Woody Guthrie - This machine kills fascists - Folk - Music - Singer - Obamized - Obama effect - Poster

Woody Guthrie - This machine kills fascists - Folk - Music - Singer - Obamized - Obama effect - Poster

Exhibit Honors America’s Troubadour, Woody Guthrie

Exhibit Honors America’s Troubadour, Woody Guthrie

'woody guthrie at the folk icon remains elusive & understudied' -another Oklahoma singer

Another stop on our trip out West.  Hot, Cold, and "Home of Woody Guthrie" Water towers.  A must see IMO.  Located in Okemah, OK.

Hot, Cold and "Home of Woody Guthrie" Water Towers, Okemah, Oklahoma

October 3, 1967: Legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie dies. On assignment for LIFE in 1943, photographer Eric Schaal followed Guthrie as he gave impromptu performances around New York — here, the resulting photographs: http://ti.me/RcTqQQ

On this day in legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie dies. “I am out to sing songs that will prove to you that this is your world,” Guthrie once said, “no matter what color, what size you are, how.

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Woody Guthrie, shirtless and barefoot, playing his guitar in the sweet wetlands of Florida.