The brothers were swept into the burgeoning folk movement and they toured the country playing folk and bluegrass festivals during the ’60s, including the Newport Folk Festival in 1959 and 1964. But when Carter died of liver disease in 1966, Ralph wasn’t sure he could continue. His brother had been the main songwriter, lead singer and front man, and Ralph, by his own account, was withdrawn and shy, although he had overcome some of his early reticence. “Within weeks of his passing, I got phone calls and letters and telegrams and they all said don’t quit. They said, ‘We’ve always been behind you and Carter, but now we’ll be behind you even more because we know you’ll need us,'” Stanley told The Associated Press in 2006.
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“We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with California high school students in support of H2OpenDoors and Rotary,” said Fox, as stated in an email from Kaufman. “The world needs to grow global citizens, people of high character who care about the poorest among us.” “On deck is Guatemala in December, El Salvador in the spring, and a return to Mexico in the summer to install four more systems, including in a two-room school building made from old water bottles,” wrote Kaufman.