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Country Music Singer Charlie Louvin on Finding Harmony in His Life

In the 1950's, Louvin and his brother Ira were were regulars at the Grand Olde Opry. Ira was later killed in a car accident. Charlie has recently re-recorded many of their hits, which are featured on his new CD "The Longest Train."


Other segments from the episode on November 27, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 27, 1996: Interview with Glenn Close; Interview with Charlie Louvin.


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