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Label: County Records – 539 Format: Vinyl Country: US Released: 1974 Song List: A1 - Under The Old Hickory Tree A2 - I Walk Alone A3 - Little Liza Jane A4 - I've Made A Convenant With The Lord A5 - Down In Caroline A6 - Bile Them Cabbage Down A7 - Seven More Days A8 - Walk That Long Lonesome Road B1 - That's The Love I Have For You B2 - I Know You'll Understand B3 - Don't You Let My Ramblin' Bother Your Mind B4 - Sourwood Mountain B5 - An Empty Manson B6 - Two Little Sweethearts B7 - You've Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone B8 - It's Grand And Glorious Feeling Musicians: ・Charlie Monroe (Guitar, Vocals) ・Paul Prince (Fiddle) ・Tex Isley (E. Guitar) ・Lester Flatt (Mandolin, Vocals) ・Gladys Flatt (Guitar, Vocals) ・Helen Osborne (Banjo, Vocals) ・Birch Monroe (Bass, Vocals)
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The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 -- April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 -- March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years. The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth siblings in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the "First Church of God", taught them to sing hymns and gospel music. A neighbour taught Bill how to play guitar and banjo while Earl on the other hand learned to play mandolin and guitar. Eventually, they decided to switch instruments and Bill chose the mandolin while Earl concentrated on the guitar. They made their radio debut in 1935 at local radio station WWNC in Asheville, North C...
Recently I got the opportunity to be a guest on a local radio show! It was a lot of fun and while I was there I found out more information about the station and the service they provide! This is Radio Eye of Kentucky, a radio service which features volunteers reading a printed material for individuals with vision loss as well as other disabilities! Radio I website~ libguides.uky.edu/c.php?g=223151&p=1477437&auth_reload=1 ***Welcome to The Blind Spot!*** It's where we discuss the good, the bad, and the often annoying aspects of living with low vision. Here you can find videos about assistive technology, helpful tips and tricks and the dos and don'ts of low vision etiquette. All shared with a positive attitude and lots of laughs. If you enjoyed this video you may also enjoy: Tech Playl...