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    • There's a Rainbow Over My Head

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; Seventy Six Quartet; There's a Rainbow Over My Head;
    • Song sung by the Seventy Six Quartet recorded for audition purposes on a radio transcription disc at [Renfro Valley, Kentucky in about 1948]
    • Flowers That Cheer Me On

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; Seventy Six Quartet; Flowers That Cheer Me On;
    • Song sung by the Seventy Six Quartet recorded for audition purposes on a radio transcription disc at [Renfro Valley, Kentucky in about 1948]
    • Gospel Train

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; Seventy Six Quartet; Gospel Train;
    • Song sung by the Seventy Six Quartet recorded for audition purposes on a radio transcription disc at [Renfro Valley, Kentucky in about 1948]
    • Bully Bornes

    • Tales--Kentucky; Folk Tales--Kentucky; Bully Borns; Muncy, Jane; Storytelling--Appalachian Region; Roberts, Leonard Ward;
    • Tale told by Jane Muncy at Hyden Elementary School in Leslie County, Kentucky and recorded by Leonard Roberts 10-10-49.
    • I'll Be Goin

    • Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; WAVE (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Clayton McMichen and His Georgia Wildcats; I'll Be Goin; Dixie Lee;
    • Song sung by Dixie Lee on radio program recording of Clayton McMichen and His Georgia Wildcats on WAVE, Louisville, Kentucky 3-4-41
    • Sallie Cooper

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Salyer, John Morgan; Sallie Cooper;
    • Fiddle tune played by John Morgan Salyer and recorded 1940-1941 in Magoffin County, Kentucky. [Key of G / fdl tuned GDAD]
    • Indian Squaw

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Greene, Alva; Indian Squaw;
    • Fiddle tune played by Alva Greene and recorded by Kevin Delaney 1973 in Elliott County, Kentucky.
    • Winding Sheep

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Greene, Alva; Winding Sheep;
    • Fiddle tune played by Alva Greene and recorded by Kevin Delaney 1973 in Elliott County, Kentucky.
    • Sail Away Ladies

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Sail Away Ladies;
    • Fiddle tune played by Unidentified Fiddler and recorded by Bruce Greene at Renfro Valley, Kentucky 7-14-73.
    • Portsmouth Airs

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Wheeler, Jimmy; Portsmouth Airs;
    • Fiddle tune played by Jimmy Wheeler and recorded by John Harrod in Scioto County, (Portsmouth) Ohio.
    • Bring Back My Blue Eyed Boy to Me

    • Renfro Valley Barn Dance (Radio Program); Radio Programs--Kentucky; Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; WLW (Radio Station: Cincinnat, Ohio); Bring Back My Blue Eyed Boy to Me; Lilly, Margaret (An't Idy);
    • Song sung by Margaret Lilly (An't Idy) on the Renfro Valley Barn Dance originating from Renfro Valley, Kentucky over Cincinnati radio station WLW 4-26-41.
    • Jack and the Bull Stripe

    • Tales--Kentucky; Jack Tales--Kentucky; Folk Tales--Kentucky; Muncy, Jane; Jack and the Bull Stripe; Storytelling--Appalachian Region; Roberts, Leonard Ward;
    • Tale told by Jane Muncy, a student at Hyden Elementary School in Leslie County, Kentucky and recorded by Leonard Roberts 10-10-49.
    • Rock of Ages Hide Thou Me

    • Heidrick Four Quartet; Gospel Music—Kentucky; Gospel Musicians—Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; WCTT (Radio Station: Corbin, Kentucky); Rock of Ages Hide Thou Me;
    • Songs sung by the Heidrick Four Quartet of Whitley and Knox Counties, Kentucky on radio station WCTT in Corbin, Kentucky [early 1950s] sponsored by Miller-Yancey Furniture in Barbourville, Kentucky.
    • Ain't That Good News

    • Gospel Music--Kentucky; African American Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; Deep River Echoes (Radio Program); WHAS (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Deep River Chorus; Stand the Storm; Ain't That Good News;
    • Gospel song sung by the Deep River Chorus of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on the WHAS radio program Deep River Echoes 12-20-39.
    • I Want To Be A Cowboy

    • I Want To Be A Cowboy; Hank Keene and His Gang (Radio Program); WHAS (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; Keene, Hank; Brooks, Foster; Crazy Water Fizz;
    • Song played and sung by Hank Keene and His Gang recorded for audition on 12-12-36 by radio station, WHAS in Louisville, Kentucky. Also included are commercials for Crazy Water Fizz read by announcer Foster Brooks.
    • Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along

    • Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; WAVE (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Clayton McMichen and His Georgia Wildcats; Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along; Gross, Cliff; Cliff Gross and His Texas Cowboys;
    • Song sung and played by Cliff Gross and His Texas Cowboys on radio program recording of Clayton McMichen and His Georgia Wildcats on WAVE, Louisville, Kentucky 3-4-41.
    • Lost Girl

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Salyer, John Morgan; Lost Girl;
    • Fiddle tune played by John Morgan Salyer and recorded 1940-1941 in Magoffin County, Kentucky. [Key of G / fdl & gtr & mdn]
    • Old Buzzard

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Masters, John; Old Buzzard;
    • Fiddle tune played by John Masters and recorded [1980s] by John Harrod in Fayette County, Kentucky.
    • Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia

    • Renfro Valley Barn Dance (Radio Program); Radio Programs--Kentucky; Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; WLW (Radio Station: Cincinnat, Ohio); Peach Picken' Time in Georgia; Cornelison, Ernie (Ernie Lee);
    • Song sung and played by Ernie Cornelison on the Renfro Valley Barn Dance originating from Renfro Valley, Kentucky over Cincinnati radio station WLW 4-26-41.
    • I'll Meet You In the Morning

    • Heidrick Four Quartet; Gospel Music—Kentucky; Gospel Musicians—Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; WCTT (Radio Station: Corbin, Kentucky); WCTT (Radio Station: Corbin, Kentucky); I"ll Meet You In the Morning;
    • Songs sung by the Heidrick Four Quartet of Whitley and Knox Counties, Kentucky on radio station WCTT in Corbin, Kentucky [early 1950s] sponsored by Miller-Yancey Furniture in Barbourville, Kentucky.

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