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This Weeks Program

Description for Oct 25, 2014

Storytelling: Oooooooo…Our halloween story today is called “The Gray Lady” who walks around during the night in Loves Field.  (Music:  “Laney Field Haint” by Buddy Melton from the album “Songs From Jackson County )

Creative Corner:  Doreyl continues her conversation with Betty Brown about her new album “Singing Appalachian Stories.” Betty tells the story of one of her songs, “Abiding in the Vine.” (Music: “Abiding in the Vine”  by Betty Brown)

Stories of Mountain Folk: (125th Anniversary of Sylva)  Amy’s guest is Marion Jones, who talks about growing up in Sylva, a little about himself and how he got started in the antique business and some stories about what he has in the shop.  (Music: “Bury Me Beneath the Willow”  by Lonesome Sound)

This is My Home:  Joe Rhinehart interviews Pearl Krepps, who talks about looking into the history of the Wesleyan Church in Glenville, NC. (Music: “Who Will Sing for Me” by the Compost Mountain Boys)

Down Another Road:  (125th anniversary of Sylva) Judy talks more with Jack Wood from Caney Fork. He tells some of his memories of Sylva. Jack graduated from Camp Lab school and Western Carolina University.  (Music:“Maybe” by the Asheville Muses)

Closing Song: “On the Sunny Banks by Archie Watkins.

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