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Her most famous song "500 Miles" is one of America's most popular folk songs. She played both clawhammer style and a unique type of three-finger picking that exhibited influences outside of bluegrass and old-time, such as blues and jazz.West performed at the Newport Folk Festival in 1964.In 1966, she appeared on Pete Seeger's Public Television series Rainbow Quest, in an episode headlined by Mississippi John Hurt.One of her students, singer-songwriter Robin Greenstein, worked with her cataloging her record and tape collection.On return trips to Europe she made two further recordings.