Caffe Lena

by Jocelyn Arem
Caffe Lena

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Caffe Lena's humble stage regularly welcomed musicians such as a young Bob Dylan in 1961 and a pre-American Pie' Don McLean in 1965. Quickly, Caffe Lena took its place among the nation's foremost incubators of an American folk movement that inspired a generation of musicians, artists, and thinkers and a country in need of a new vision of equality and freedom. This book brings more than 200 never-before-seen, evocative images and stories to the public. It features photographs and interviews to serve as an exclusive time capsule chronicling the heyday of American folk music.'
About the book

Caffe Lena's humble stage regularly welcomed musicians such as a young Bob Dylan in 1961 and a pre-American Pie' Don McLean in 1965. Quickly, Caffe Lena took its place among the nation's foremost incubators of an American folk movement that inspired a generation of musicians, artists, and thinkers and a country in need of a new vision of equality and freedom. This book brings more than 200 never-before-seen, evocative images and stories to the public. It features photographs and interviews to serve as an exclusive time capsule chronicling the heyday of American folk music.'

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