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Bruce Cockburn
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    (May 27, 1945- )
    He recorded 'Wondering Where the Lions Are (1979),' 'Lovers in a Dangerous Time (1984),' 'If I Had a Rocket Launcher (1984),' 'Call It Democracy (1984),' 'Waiting for a Miracle (1986),' 'If a Tree Falls (1989),' and 'Night Train (1997)'
    Winner of nine Juno Awards
    He was influenced by Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg.
    His early years as a musician were spent touring the country in a camper with his wife.
    Most of his songs are political in nature.
    He converted from Judaism to Christianity.
    He divorced his wife shortly after becoming popular.
    He is one of the most prolific Canadian music artists of all time.
    He recorded 'If I Had a Rocket Launcher' after witnessing helicopters firing upon Guatemalan refugees in a camp in Mexico.
    Jerry Garcia described his lyrics as beautiful.

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