Watch Billy Bragg cover Woody Guthrie’s “I Ain’t Got No Home” at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards

Guthrie was inducted into the awards Hall of Fame

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Billy Bragg honoured Woody Guthrie with a cover of “I Ain’t Got No Home” at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

Guthrie was being inducted into the Radio 2 Folk Awards Hall of Fame.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVIHzW9m3g8

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Bragg has covered Guthrie’s music throughout his career, notably with Wilco on 1998’s Mermaid Avenue – and it two follow-ups in 2000 and 2012 – which put new music to unused Guthrie lyrics.

Bragg previously covered “I Ain’t Got No Home” on his last solo album, 2013’s Tooth And Nail.

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