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Fundraiser for Carolyn Colbert
Howdy, pals. As you may or may not know, Carolyn Colbert, wife of Blackberry Winter banjoist Van Colbert, was seriously injured in an auto accident last week. She survived and will, if fortune allows, be fine. But in the meantime … Continue reading
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“Seasons” is Ready For You!
“Seasons”, The 4CD gift set of spoken word is from the first five years of These Ozark Hills, the popular radio series airing on KSMU FM regional public radio by host Marideth Sisco. The CD’s are arranged by season and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Debra Granik, documentary, Juneapple Records, Linda Stoffel, Soldier Boy, song sampler, Van Colbert 3 Comments
Soldier Boy Hits the Big Time
Soldier Boy – with lyrics by Marideth Sisco and sung by Van Colbert, will be featured next month at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival!! The film is Debra Granik’s latest entry in strong and edgy independent films, and Soldier … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Debra Granik, Juneapple Records, marideth sisco, Soldier Boy, Stray Dog, Van Colbert, Viet Nam, Winter's Bone 2 Comments
Still Standing – preview 3
Days of 49 by Van Colbert – elegantly delivered and written in the days of 1949. Enjoy this clip, and as an aside – this one is for you Andrew Lipsky. Days of 49
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged banjo music, Blackberry Winter, Days of 49, folk music, marideth sisco, Van Colbert 2 Comments
Off the road and holed up in fancy digs in Falls Church, VA, across the street from the apartment of my friend Judy Findlay. A good visit last night over dinner that left me lots to think about. Condolences today … Continue reading
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