Country Joe McDonald  

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"Country" Joe McDonald (born Joseph McDonald, on January 1, 1942 in Washington, DC) was the leader and lead singer of the 1960s rock & roll group Country Joe and the Fish. He started his career busking on Berkeley, California's famous Telegraph Avenue in the early 1960's.



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