Amy Ray returns to Mountain Stage on this week’s encore broadcast, along with her band, New York trio The Lone Bellow, progressive banjo player Alison Brown, slide guitar master and banjo champion Tony Furtado, and Nova Scotia folk group Villages. This episode was recorded at the People's Bank Theatre in Marietta, Ohio with guest host Larry Groce.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
In his book, historian Philip Hatfield looks at how the Civil War may have influenced the Hatfield and McCoy feudists.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On February 18, 1890, Ellison "Cotton Top" Mounts was hanged in Pikeville, Kentucky, for his role in the Hatfield-McCoy Feud. It was the only legal…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The Hatfield and McCoy Feud is full of bloodshed and revenge. A New York Times article in 1896 referred to the feud as “frontier lawlessness,” and the…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Spring, summer and fall in Gilbert, West Virginia, in Mingo County, most days you can find a barrage of ATVs rolling through town. Most of the riders are…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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