American country and folk singer who started building music in the 1950s and appeared in Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue. He was created right into a Jewish family members and wished to be considered a cowboy when he was youthful, after being motivated by viewing rodeos at Madison Square Backyard. He received a Grammy Prize in 1995 for his record South Coast. He previously a daughter called Aiyana, with whom he previously a strained romantic relationship. This was noted in the 2000 documentary film, The Ballad of Ramblin’ Jack port. He once resided with Woody Guthrie as an admirer and pupil.