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Anne Warner recording Frank Proffitt, who sings and plays the guitar, as children look on

Anne Warner recording Frank Proffitt, who sings and plays the guitar, as children look on

CLOGGING in Appalachia...I did this every Saturday night at "The Barn" in Jackson County, WV when I was in high school.  :-)

CLOGGING in Appalachia...I did this every Saturday night at "The Barn" in Jackson County, WV when I was in high school. :-)

Galax picking, Banner Elk, NC, October 1939, photo taken by Sharpe. From the North Carolina Conservation and Development Department, Travel and Tourism Division photo files, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC.

Galax picking, Banner Elk, NC, October 1939, photo taken by Sharpe. From the North Carolina Conservation and Development Department, Travel and Tourism Division photo files, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC.

Appalachian Music Part B..old cotton eyed Joe.

Appalachian Music Part B..old cotton eyed Joe.

Alan Lomax & The Ramblers

Alan Lomax & The Ramblers

Some of my favorite stories from Appalachia are the ones handed down and center around a lively character known as "Jack". Jack tales have been told for hundreds of years and each teller has their own version and way of relating the tell.

Some of my favorite stories from Appalachia are the ones handed down and center around a lively character known as "Jack". Jack tales have been told for hundreds of years and each teller has their own version and way of relating the tell.

The Collins Kids were a rockabilly duo featuring Lawrencine "Lorrie" Collins (born May 7, 1942) and her younger brother Lawrence "Larry" Collins (born October 4, 1944). Their hits in the 1950s as youngsters, such as "Hop, Skip and Jump", "Beetle Bug Bop" and "Hoy Hoy", were geared towards children, but their infectious singing and playing crossed over generations. Larry, a lightning-fingered guitar whiz at age 10, was known for playing a double-neck Mosrite guitar like his mentor, Joe…

The Collins Kids were a rockabilly duo featuring Lawrencine "Lorrie" Collins (born May 7, 1942) and her younger brother Lawrence "Larry" Collins (born October 4, 1944). Their hits in the 1950s as youngsters, such as "Hop, Skip and Jump", "Beetle Bug Bop" and "Hoy Hoy", were geared towards children, but their infectious singing and playing crossed over generations. Larry, a lightning-fingered guitar whiz at age 10, was known for playing a double-neck Mosrite guitar like his mentor, Joe…

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