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'Fresh Air's 10th Anniversary Concert: Father and Son Rufus and Marvell Thomas Take the Stage.

Also performing, Rufus Thomas, the self-proclaimed world’s oldest teenager. He played an integral role in the success of major record labels in the nineteen-fifties, Sun Records and Stax Records. He celebrated his 80th birthday at the festival by playing with his son, Marvell. (REBROADCAST from 7/3/97)

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Other segments from the episode on May 25, 1998

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 25, 1998: Interview with Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham; Interview with Rufus Thomas, Marvell Thomas, Dan Penn, and Spooner Oldham; Interview with Syl Johnson.

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