Two Canadian folk music icons that changed the course of musical history on the world scene: one, a prairie girl with small town roots; the other from the Jewish community in Montreal. Both artists had a lot to say and an abundance of extraordinary talent. Emerging from the folk music renaissance of the early 1960s as solo artists armed primarily with their voices and acoustic guitars, how did they influence each other? What is their legacy?
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