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SOMEWHERE NEAR MEMPHIS is an Episcopal retreat center, Sainte Columba, that provides meeting space for the occasional conference, as well as scattered herds of boy scouts in strange costumes – at least that’s what we were told when being cautioned … Continue reading
Posted in Tidbits Tagged Colbert Brothers, folklore, Jonathan Scheuer, Marideth Ssco, Memphis, Music, Stax Records, Van Colbert 4 Comments
Gigs and Such
Two things I’ve been meaning to tell you about and it keeps slipping my mind, and if you were in my mind you’d understand why. I’m still juggling way too many balls, ten-pins and jackrabbits to keep one from sailing … Continue reading
Posted in Tidbits, Uncategorized Tagged folklore, gardening, marideth sisco, Ozarks, speaker, speaking engagement Leave a comment
The Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly U.S. World Tour
Prologue- There are probably still one or two people here and there who don’t know this story and how it started. There are probably quite a few more that have already heard more than they want to about it. But … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter Band Tour Tagged Ann Rosellini, Blackberry Winter Band, Blackberry Winter Tour, Bo Brown, Dan Woodrell, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, folk music, folklore, geriatric musicians, Jonathan Scheuer, Katie Estill, Ken Wagoner, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Michael O' Donough, movie stars, Music, music parties, Ozarks, Rick Cochran, rockabilly, Sarah Denton, storytelling, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone, writing, yarns 1 Comment
Get ’em While They’re Hot! These Ozark Hills Ready!
This is me posting, Sarah at Moonmooring, in Marideth’s absence. I’ve run through all the prefab stuff Marideth left me before the big trip to Michigan. And there’s no phone service there, being on National Forest and all. Her book … Continue reading
Posted in Tidbits Tagged folklore, hand bound book, marideth sisco, Ozark culture, Ozarks, self published book, These Ozark Hills, Winter's Bone 6 Comments