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Kim Ruehl

Kim Ruehl

Kim Ruehl wrote this article for What Would Nature Do?, the Winter 2013 issue of YES! Magazine. Kim has written about music for Billboard, NPR.org, Folk Alley, folkmusic.about.com, and elsewhere. She is working on a book about Zilphia Horton—the woman behind "We Shall Overcome" and "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize," and an early influence on Pete Seeger.

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Kim Ruehl

Kim Ruehl

Kim Ruehl wrote this article for What Would Nature Do?, the Winter 2013 issue of YES! Magazine. Kim has written about music for Billboard, NPR.org, Folk Alley, folkmusic.about.com, and elsewhere. She is working on a book about Zilphia Horton—the woman behind "We Shall Overcome" and "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize," and an early influence on Pete Seeger.

Other articles by this author