American jangle-pop's godfathers - the Byrds - created some of the sweetest sounds of the 1960s. With consummate songcraft by the likes of OTS alum Roger McGuinn and David Crosby, the Byrds brought American folk-pop to soaring heights, and their brilliant interpretive skills made Dylan accessible to the masses. Along came Gram Parsons and Clarence White and the sound morphed again into was has come to be called country rock! Their influence is still all over the radio today. Join guitar guru Steve Levitt as he shares an overview of this seminal group.