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‘Most people retire at 65 and I came alive at 65’: Robert Finley on finding success and his new album
Robert Finley is a blues musician from Bernice, La., who began his recording career in his late 60s after glaucoma left him legally blind and unable to keep working as a carpenter. He joined Tom Power to talk about his unlikely rise and his new autobiographical album, Sharecropper's Son, produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys.