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Agnes ("Sis") Cunningham (19 February 1909, Watonga, Okla.–27 June 2004) was an American musician, best known for her involvement as a performer and publicist of folk music and protest songs. She was the founding editor of Broadside magazine, which she published with her husband Gordon Friesen and their daughters. She was also a songwriter: her song "How Can You Keep on Movin' Unless You Migrate Too?" found its way into Woody Guthrie's Dustbowl Ballads, and was also recorded… read more

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    i think i'm goin' where cotton don't grow
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    Sis Cunningham is featured in this new video in a couple places. One is with husband Gordon Friesen, co-founder of Broadside: The National Topical Song Magazine. And the other one as the accordion player in the Almanac singers, which included Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, a group which pre-dated The Weavers. "Phil Ochs May 1973 Interview by Vic Sadot & Rich Lang" (30:10) Truth Troubadour YouTube Channel. Phil talks about Nixon, Watergate developments, the TV show he was on the day before, and his travels in South America.
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    Awesome :)

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