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New Jersey shaped folk revival music into an art form. The saga began with the bawdy tunes sung in colonial-era taverns, and continued with the folk songs that echoed through the Pine Barrens. "Guitar Mania" became a phenomenon in the 1800s, and twentieth-century studio recordings in Camden were monumental. Performances by legendary artists like Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez and Bob Dylan spotlighted the state's folk revival movement, and led to a flourishing community of folk organizations, festivals and open-mic nights at village coffeehouses.
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