The Devil's Nine Questions

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Pappa's Gonna Buy Ya...

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4th of July

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Red Lick

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Cold Mountains

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Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle, with special guest Jeri Katherine Howell

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Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle weave traditional music-- ballads, fiddle & banjo tunes, and harmony singing-- with stories and illustrated scrolls called "crankies" —one made of cloth, one of linoleum prints and one of shadow and papercuts.

View a video here.

Anna and Elizabeth, from Southwest Virginia, have spent the last months visiting with musicians and their kin, collecting songs and stories of musical lives and the mountains to create a show that focuses on the music of ballad singers Texas Gladden, of Salem Virginia, and Addie Graham of East Kentucky, and Clay City fiddler Lella Todd.

Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle weave traditional music-- ballads, fiddle & banjo tunes, and harmony singing-- with stories and illustrated scrolls called "crankies" —one made of cloth, one of linoleum prints and one of shadow and papercuts.

View a video here.

Anna and Elizabeth, from Southwest Virginia, have spent the last months visiting with musicians and their kin, collecting songs and stories of musical lives and the mountains to create a show that focuses on the music of ballad singers Texas Gladden, of Salem Virginia, and Addie Graham of East Kentucky, and Clay City fiddler Lella Todd.

Occupy Music

Music for the Occupation

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