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This Weeks Program

Description for Mar 28, 2015

Storytelling: Amy tells a story about her grandpa and grandma during the flood of 1940—“The Flood on top of the Mountain.” (Background Music: “Misty Mountain”

Creative Corner:  Doreyl ’s guests are  once more Bobby Hicks, Laura Boosinger and Joe Penland, who talk more about Shindig on the Green in Asheville.  (Music: “Guest Room Blues” by Music 2 Hues)

Stories of Mountain Folk: Amy’s guest is again Howard Allman, who shares a story about him as a young boy and swinging over the Tuckasegee River (Music: “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot ” by Andrew and Lawrence)

This is My Home: Joe visits Ashby Bryson in Washington, D.C., and they talk about  Jackson County family lines.  (Music: “Sail Along Blackbird”  by Henry Queen)

Down Another Road: Judy has her third interview with Steve Ensley, whose family settled in Swannonoa Valley in Buncombe County.  (Music: “Salt Creek” by Red Smiley)

Closing Song:  “How Mountain Girls Can Love” by The Whitewater Bluegrass Co.

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Elizabeth Powell  Books For Growth

Laura Boosinger

Joe Penland & Bobby Hicks

Howard Allman

Ashby Bryson

Steve Ensley

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