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He was born in 1941, and like so many teens of his generation was sucked into music by England’s mid-50s skiffle craze.
The tour was winding down, finishing in the parking lot of St. Peter’s Church where Paul first heard John and his Quarrymen skiffle band play a Sunday picnic on July 6, 1957.
As musicians rehearsed skiffle songs for the debut show, contractors drilled holes for door hardware.
That image is included in Mr. Bragg’s book as evidence of skiffle’s enormous influence.
As with the other aforementioned genres, skiffle had a long and convoluted prehistory.
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