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JOHN PRINE


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JOHN PRINE ON BOB DYLAN

CALLER:
What do you think of Bob Dylan?
JOHN PRINE:
Well, I have to say Bob Dylan and Hank Williams Sr. were my biggest influences.
CALLER:
Like him as a person?
JOHN PRINE:
He's always been nice to me.
CALLER:
Is he easy to get along with?
JOHN PRINE:
Well, he's never been the life-of-the-party type of guy.

The Larry King Show, Aug 13, 1992 broadcast; transcribed in "Isis", No. 44, Aug-Sep 1992


JOINT APPEARANCE BY JOHN PRINE AND BOB DYLAN
(no tape circulating)

According to Clinton Heylin, A Life in Stolen Moments, New York, NY, 1996 (p. 135), Dylan joined John Prine onstage during Prine's Sep 9, 1972 residency at the Bitter End, performing three songs (including "Sam Stone" and "Donald and Lydia") with him.


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