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Story, Song and Image: Celebrating the Roots and Ethnic Music of South Carolina

PRODUCED BY John Fowler with Hairy Toe Productions. 2009. 18 tracks.

Story, Song and Image: Celebrating the Roots and Ethnic Music of South Carolina is a collaboration production based on research, recordings, and narrative paintings of Artist-Musician Glen Miller and Storyteller-Musician John Fowler which features the diverse musical heritage of South Carolina. This project is a traveling art exhibit highlighting these musicians and their contribution to South Carolina's musical past and present. All of the featured musicians are native South Carolinians with long heritage and family ties to the state.

Featured musicians include Keepers of the Word, Freddie Vanderford, Brandon Turner, Hope Nunnery, Randy Lucas, Frank Murray, Sharon Murray, Nick Hallman, Kathy Hallman, Brotherhood Gospel Singers, John Fowler, Drink Small, David White, and Claude Lucas & Third Edition.

Audio   (Transcript Coming Soon)

bullet icon Little Pink Radio (01:01)

Hope Nunnery

bullet icon I've Been Walkin' this Road a Long Time (01:03)

Frank Murray & Sharon Murray

bullet icon Let's Go Hunting (00:44)

John Fowler

bullet icon Weave and Way (00:38)

Nick & Kathy Hallman

bullet icon Somewhere to Lay My Head (00:53)

Brotherhood Gospel Singers

bullet icon Wen'dayaho (00:36)

Keepers of the Word

bullet icon Little Liza Jane (00:51)

Randy Lucas

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