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Description for Aug 30, 2014


Our complete program today is a tribute to Victoria A. Casey McDonald, our friend, board member and interviewer for Stories of Mountain Folk. Victoria passed away suddenly on August 17th and left a legacy of good works and love for her family and the community. With her segment on our show, “Black Roots of Appalachia,” she has spent two years recording the history of the African Americans in Western North Carolina. Catch the Spirit of Appalachia and Stories of Mountain Folk will miss her.

Included in our show are comments by Amy Ammons Garza, Norma Clayton, Doreyl Ammons Cain, Joe Rhinehart, and Judy Rhodes. Music included is “Sweet Little Jesus Boy” by Victoria A. Casey McDonald; “Abiding in the Vine” by Betty Collins Brown; “Oak Grove Church” by Lonesome Sound; “Go Rest High” by the Hominy Valley Boys; “When I get to Glory” by Nathan Parrish & the Interstate Quartet. Interlude music is by Jo Northup and Richard Birt. Program is produced by Neal Hearn.




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