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Maybelle Carter, In the Highways Workin' for her Lord

Last time, I wrote about the Carter family and promised I would write more specifically about Maybelle this time.  Here goes:  The Carters became famous because they brought traditional music of the backroads of Appalachia to the rest of America.  712 more words

I'm Alive.

I swear. But I’m also crazy busy!! I’m working what boils down to three part time jobs along with my 15 credit hour class load. (plus my limited social life.) But I have a lot of great (I think so anyways!) posts planned… I just need to write them! 467 more words


Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies (Maybelle Carter, Traditional)

Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies (Traditional)

Capo 4

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Come all ye fair and tender ladies
Take warning how you court young men… 124 more words

"Hello ... I'm Johnny Cash"

      I still remember 1968, of course, as a watershed year in the U.S. and world events. Vietnam was going full-force and the nightly news always opened with that day’s casualties from the war.  1,899 more words


A This Historic Day In Music Double Header: Maybelle Carter & "Wildwood Flower"

The first part of this post is a replay of a piece I wrote on May 11, 2010 under the title Yesterday In Music History. 386 more words

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Interview: Carlene Carter's New Album Pays Tribute to Her Carter Family Heritage

By Kurt Wolff

Country music would not be what it is today without the Carter Family, the most legendary group in the genre’s 92-year history. 618 more words


22nd PFF Review: The Broken Circle Breakdown

The Broken Circle Breakdown is a 2012 Belgian drama film directed by Felix Van Groeningen. Based on the play written by Johan Heldenbergh, it features its writer in the main character of Didier and actress/singer Veerle Baetens as his wife Elise. 275 more words