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  • Subject: cherokee
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    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2013-07-27

    • storytelling; music; local writings; arts and crafts; community organizations; history; farming;
    • The show begins with Amy’s story “In the Glow of the Kerosene Lamp,” sharing how her family spent the evenings when she was a child growing up in the mountains. The story is accompanied by “Edelweiss” by Jo Northup and Richard Birt....
    • Northup, Jo; Birt, Richard; Worley, Elizabeth; Tinsley, Kathy Slagle; Cockman Family (Musical group); Crowe, Shawn; O'Brien, Tim, 1954-; Powell, Dirk; Holland, T. J.; Bushyhead, Eddie;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2013-12-28

    • music; life stories; farming; other;
    • The New Year’s show begins with Amy reciting the words to “Auld Lang Syne,” accompanied by a guitar rendition of the song. “Sweet Memories” by Joe Deitz follows the segment. On Creative Corner, Doreyl once again hosts Ehukai Teves and...
    • Deitz, Joe; Hornbostel, Lois; Teves, Ehukai; Lee, Boyd Daniel, 1929-; Balsam Range (Musical group); Brings Plenty, Scott McKie; Calhoun, Walker; Rhodes, Arbie; Northup, Jo; Birt, Richard;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-05-03

    • storytelling; local writings; arts and crafts; music; history;
    • Amy begins with “Stories Passed Down,” recalling a story that her uncle Sterlen told her mother about how he saved his father during a plowing accident. “Almost Home” accompanies the story. Doreyl hosts Wally Avett of Murphy on Creative...
    • Avett, Wally; Smith, Ron; Chew, Lara Sanders; Queen Family (Musical group); Tooni, Matthew; Godleski, Tom; Buncombe Turnpike (Musical group)
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2012-12-29

    • traditions; arts and crafts; life stories; religion;
    • Amy begins the show by talking about the tradition of eating black-eyed peas, collard greens, and hog jowls on New Year’s Day. “Grandpa” by Henry Queen follows the interview. On Creative Corner, Doreyl talks with potter Brant Barnes about...
    • Queen, Henry; Barnes, Brant; Mountain Faith (Musical group); Waldrop, Dave, 1943-; Trull, Vance; Tramper, Daniel; Rhodes, Arbie; Smoky Mountain Boys (Musical group); Smith, Ron;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2013-02-09

    • storytelling; arts and crafts; life stories; traditions; music;
    • Amy begins the show with her story, “And the Wolves Howl at Night.” It recounts how her grandmother, living in the Little Canada area, provided for her family and maintained her home while her husband was fighting in the war. The story is...
    • Barnes, Brant; McDowell Family (Musical Group); Rogers, Michael M.; Mountain Faith (Musical group); Carroll, Tonya Elizabeth; Calhoun, Walker; Northup, Jo;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-02-08

    • storytelling; arts and crafts; life stories; traditions; music;
    • Amy begins the show with a special story for Valentine’s Day, “A Declaration of Love,” tells of her engagement to Robert Garza, Jr. The story is accompanied by “Deeper Blue.” On Creative Corner, Doreyl hosts Sandra Seibert of Sylva, a 3-D...
    • Seibert, Sandra; Smith, Ron; Starr, Joyce Posey, 1936-; Muses (Musical group); Carroll, Tonya Elizabeth; Bushyhead, Eddie; Brown, Charlie, 1949-; Queen, Henry;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2008-10-18

    • local writings; traditions; storytelling; music;
    • Amy opens the show with her view from the mountain as a child. Doreyl talks with Kirby A. Claphan, author of a new children’s book of poetry, Cherokee Mountain, which shares lessons from a Cherokee grandfather. Amy speaks with Pamela Conseen...
    • Claphan, Kirby A.; Adams, Pamela Conseen; Cockman Family (Musical group);
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-05-24

    • storytelling; music; events; life stories; history; traditions; music;
    • Amy begins the show with “The Cry of a Painter (Panther),” in which she shares some stories and legends about panthers in the mountains. Keith Shuler’s “Painter Eyes” follows the story. On Creative Corner, Doreyl talks with Carley...
    • Shuler, Keith; Arrowood, Carley, 1996-; Mitchell, Stedman; Mountain Faith (Musical group); Cherokee Boys Club. Youth in Radio; Tooni, Matthew; Cook, Martin; Inspirations (Musical group); Hominy Valley Boys;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-06-14

    • storytelling; events; music; life stories; traditions;
    • The show begins with Amy’s story “I Ain’t Nobody,” the second part of her story about how she began to write her family’s history and become a storyteller. “Here Comes the Sun” accompanies the story. On Creative Corner, Doreyl talks...
    • Sutton, Jerry; Fairchild, Raymond; Frosty Mountain Boys; Hooper, Irene; Cherokee Boys Club. Youth in Radio; Tooni, Matthew; McDonald, Ann Hayes; Cockman Family (Musical group);
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-07-05

    • storytelling; local writings; life stories; traditions; music;
    • The show begins with Amy’s story “My Dog, Samson,” in which she shares some memories of her dog of 15 years. “The Offering” accompanies the story. Doreyl’s guest on Creative Corner is Barbara Woodall of Dillard, Georgia, who recently...
    • Woodall, Barbara Taylor; Brown, Betty Collins; Brogden, Rick; Home Delivery (Musical group); Cherokee Boys Club. Youth in Radio; Tooni, Matthew; Nuchols, Fleshia Renee; Smith, Ron; Appalachian Fire (Musical group);
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2012-09-22

    • storytelling; music; arts and crafts; life stories; religion;
    • Amy’s story is “Mountain Sisters Come Home,” where she gives the background of how the storytelling team of the “Ammons Sisters” came about. (“Sister” by J. Robin Whitley from Sylva follows the segment.) On Creative Corner, Doreyl’s...
    • Whitley, J. Robin; Hills, Rick; Zachary, Jon; Arneach, Dawn; Bushyhead, Eddie; West, Adam; Greer, Jim (Musician); Rhodes, Vernon; Jones, Jacob;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2013-01-19

    • storytelling; life stories; music; arts and crafts;
    • Amy tells a story from her Uncle Sterling about breaking in horses to start the show. “Keep on the Firing Line” by the Cockman Family follows the story. On Creative Corner, Doreyl talks with Mike Potts, whose father owned the Rebel Restaurant...
    • Cockman Family (Musical group); Potts, Mike Allen, 1951-; Brown, Betty Collins; Martin, Colin; Nations, Nikki; Calhoun, Walker; Wadley, Madeline; Hominy Valley Boys;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2013-03-02

    • storytelling; community organizations; farming; arts and crafts; traditions; music;
    • The show begins with Amy’s story “The Little Girl I Grew Up With,” which is about her inner child and the wisdom of children. The story is accompanied by “When You Wish Upon a Star” by Jo Northup and Richard Birt. Doreyl’s guest on...
    • Northup, Jo; Birt, Richard; Gordon, Heather; Butterpats (Musical group); Philyaw, Leslie Scott; Edwards, Terry L.; Herron, Kristy Maney; Taylor, Bo; Hill, Garius, 1962-; Queen, Henry;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-03-22

    • storytelling; local writings; life stories; music;
    • Amy’s story “Grandpa Told Me Stories,” recounts how her grandfather inspired her and told her stories about the mountains, local culture and history. (Background music: “A Rose in a Fire”). Doreyl’s guest on Creative Corner is Brenda...
    • Deyton, Brenda J.; Banjo Mania (Musical group); Fox, Phyllis; Taylor, Earl, 1929-1984; McCall, Jim; Wolfe, Jerry, 1924-; Taylor, Bo; Rhodes family; Edwards, Terry L.;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2012-12-01

    • storytelling; nature; arts and crafts; life stories; community organizations; music;
    • Amy’s story, “The Star Princess and the Miracle” begins the show. The story is accompanied by “When You Wish Upon a Star” as performed by Jo Northup and Richard Birt. On Creative Corner, Doreyl’s guest is Mary Jo Hooper Cobb, who...
    • Northup, Jo; Birt, Richard; Cobb, Mary Jo; Duvall, Mary L.; Cooper, Joyce A., 1949-; Bushyhead, Eddie; Ramsey, Deborah, 1954-; Watkins, Archie; Queen, Henry; Queen Family (Musical group);
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2013-04-13

    • storytelling; music; life stories; arts and crafts; other;
    • The show opens with Amy’s story “Crack Shot Momma,” which is about her mother shooting a black snake that was eating one of her chickens. “Mountain Song” accompanies the story. Doreyl’s guest on Creative Corner is John West, who is the...
    • West, John T.; Edwards, Terry L.; Arch, Davey; Calhoun, Walker; Schulz, Daniel; Muses (Musical group);
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2014-04-12

    • storytelling; community organizations; music; history; life stories; traditions;
    • Amy's story “Going to the Movies,” shares her memories of going to the movies at the Sylva Drive-in Theater and the Ritz Theater with her family. “The Offering” accompanies the story. On Creative Corner, Doreyl talks with Rob Bell, with the...
    • Bell, Rob; Appalachian Fire (Musical group); Chew, Lara Sanders; Johnson, Myrtle Driver; Tooni, Matthew; Moore, Monica Susan, 1952-; Trull, Vance; Blue Ridge Rounders (Musical group);
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2012-08-11

    • music; storytelling; community organizations; events; life stories;
    • In her story "Feed Sack Dresses and Singer Sewing Machines," Amy remembers her mother and her many sewing creations. (“Ookpik Waltz” from the McDowell family of Canton accompanies her story.) On Creative Corner, Doreyl and her guest, Eugenia...
    • Appalachian Fire (Musical group); Ballard, Denise; Bushyhead, Eddie; Casey, Minnie; Johnson, Eugenia; McDowell Family (Musical Group); Square Dancers (Musical group); Thompson, Julia; Trull, Vance; White, Ted;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2012-08-18

    • storytelling; music; traditions; life stories; farming; history;
    • In her opening story, "Camping under the Stars," Amy recalls childhood memories of camping out and sharing youthful dreams around the campfire with her siblings. (“A Rose in a Fire” by Bill Mize and Martha Jacobs accompanies her story.) On...
    • Banjo Mania (Musical group); Brown, Betty Collins; Brown, Conrad; Collins, Curt; Jacobs, Martha; Lira, Jeanne Crowe; Melton, Buddy; Mize, Bill, 1952-; Queen, Henry; Robertson, Robbie; White, Ted;
    • Stories of mountain folk broadcast: 2010-10-09

    • music; events; arts and crafts;
    • Betty Collins Brown, who will perform at Sylva’s ColorFest on October 23rd, sings "Home Again." Doreyl interviews Jamie Stewart and Pat Perkerson, artists from Asheville who will also be at ColorFest. Then Amy talks with Robert Jumper from...
    • Brown, Betty Collins; Jumper, Robert; McAfee, Ginny; Perkerson, Pat; Stewart, Jamie

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