The Hard Travelers
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The Hard Travelers is a folk rock band formed to perform the music of Woody Guthrie, by Dave Sharp and Henry McCullough. Their first lineup also included keyboardist Zoot Money, bassist Gary Fletcher and drummer Colin Allen. They performed only a few times before the band dissolved. Sharpe then recruited Steve Barnard and a bassist called "Treasure", from Joe Strummer's backing band The Mescaleros.
- Clark, Keith (June 8, 2008). "First Punk of the Dustbowl. An interview with Dave Sharpe". Western Daily Press. Retrieved 2010-01-06.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20080516054348/http://www.hardtravelers.org/ Official Hard Travelers website
- http://www.davesharp.org Official Dave Sharpe website
- http://www.hardtravelers.org/archive.asp#Ac41 First Punk of the Dustbowl. Complete interview by Keith Clark
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