As much as popular music broadcasted over Armed Forces Radio, 45s played on the PX Jukebox, and the LPs and cassettes played in the field meant to those serving in Vietnam, the company's resident guitar player was equally important. Acoustic renditions of popular songs, or their war-appropriate send-ups provided welcome respite from the tragedy and banality of the war. Join our panel as they discuss the popularity of acoustic music during the war, the performance of formal songs on base, and writing songs about the Vietnam experience.

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