Untold Stories from the "Mark Twain of American Songwriting" by Rolling Stone Magazine

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John spent some time with Rolling Stone this last summer telling untold stories from his past, and how he is influencing a younger generation these days .
His songs have become a key reference point for young Americana stars like Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell and Margo Price, all of whom open for Prine. "We hold him up as our Hank Williams," says Todd Snider, who has released music on Oh Boy. "His music is like Huckleberry Finn. You get it, then you listen to it five years later and you really get it. And you listen to it five years later and you go, 'I get it!' And then 10 years later you go, 'Now I get it.'"
Read the entire article on Rolling Stone HERE.  


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