Hazel Dickens, Bluegrass Singer, Has Died
Hazel Dickens wrote and sang songs about West Virginia coal-mining towns and working-class women. She influenced bluegrass, folk and country singers like Allison Krauss who inducted her into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. She died Friday at the age of 75.
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