Who Won the 1964
Grammys Best Pop Group

Peter Paul & Mary

("Blowin' In the Wind")

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Krutak, Paul Russell

Pueblo Chieftain
Born Oct. 6, 1934, in Pueblo, Paul was the son of Paul Peter Krutak and Gladys Sabo Krutak, spending his childhood years there as well as in New Orleans, where he was an outstanding athlete. Paul received BA., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in geology at ...

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Peter Wilshaw and Paul Byrne lead Staffordshire to victory over Hertfordshire

Stoke Sentinel
The home county rallied from a precarious 65-4 and 166-6 to reach their target in 60.3 overs at Hem Heath. An unbeaten seventh-wicket partnership of 94 between Peter Wilshaw and Paul Byrne was the key after Hertfordshire had bowled themselves into a ...

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Michael Johnson, guitarist, singer of "Bluer Than Blue," dies at 72

The Capital Journal
His first album," There is a Breeze," was produced by Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary, and included Johnson's beloved take on "Rooty Toot Toot for the Moon," written by Iowa's Greg Brown. He made recordings with Judy Collins and Alison Krause.

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Peter Yarrow in Concert — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

Bangor Daily News
Peter Yarrow, the American singer, songwriter and activist who found fame with the 1960's folk trio “Peter, Paul and Mary” will perform at the Camden Opera ...

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