Burt Feintuch (1949-2018) wrote about roots music, regional cultures, and music revivals in North America and abroad starting in the 1970s, along with producing documentary sound recordings. An academic and musician, he also directed the Center for the Humanities and was a professor of Folklore for many years at the University of New Hampshire. He is author of Talking New Orleans Music: Crescent City Musicians Talk about Their Lives, Their Music, and Their City, published by University Press of Mississippi.
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