Photo by Lee Pellegrini, Boston College
It's a tuneful podcast as we go to the heart of Irish music with Seamus Connolly.
Photo by Tom Pich
Rev Jerry Colbert shares one of the oldest African-American music traditions.
Kevin Doyle talks about his life-long passion for dance.
Photo by Michael G. Stewart
In Translation: Verónica Castillo expands a traditional Mexican art form, the Tree of Life, to express the need for social justice in the 21st century.
Photo © Gene Tomko
Louisiana Swamp blues singer, composer and pianist Carol Fran looks back at her 60-year career.
Photo by Allison Whitener
Sacred Harp singer David Ivey both preserves the tradition and widens the circle. [32:47]
Photo by Kim Dryden
In the second part of a two-part interview, we hear Sheila as storyteller and learn about some of the folks who lived in Sodom, North Carolina. [29:49]
Photo by Susan Moore
Singer, musician and storyteller Sheila Kay Adams talks about (and sings) songs brought over from England, Scotland, and Ireland in the mid-17th century and kept alive by the people in the mountains of North Carolina. [32:38]
Photo courtey of Virginia Folklife Program
Three generations of Paschalls have brought beautiful harmonies to their community. [35:21]
Photo by Perry Ardelle Burnham
Harold Burnham keeps the Essex shipbuilding tradition alive and vibrant.[30:47]