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John Prine Talks Fatherhood, Johnny Cash, Why Happiness Isn’t Good for Songwriting in Rolling Stone

Since breaking through in 1971 with a classic album he wrote as a mailman in Illinois, John Prine has created some of the strangest, funniest, most surreal and most enduring songs of our time. He’s been covered by Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Bonnie Raitt (who popularized his classic “Angel From Montgomery”). But Prine has not always been prolific; on April 13th, he is releasing The Tree of Forgiveness, his first album in 13 years. It comes as Prine is being embraced as an influence by younger Americana artists like Sturgill Simpson and Margo Price. Here, Prine shares the lessons he’s learned along the way.

Read the amazing Rolling Stone interview by clicking here. Don’t miss John Prine in concert in Vegas, Phoenix, and Tucson this December. Click here to purchase tickets near you.