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- Oops! Preempted Tomorrow (Dec 3rd), Back Next Saturday
- It’s 1985, and The Critton Hollow String Band Are in Town!
- What Is a “Deep Dive”? Tony Trischka Meets Earl Scruggs at Belleville, Saturday 22Oct22.
- Molly Tuttle Back to Bluegrass—at Belleville Roots Oct 7th
- CANCEL ALERT! STREAM FIXED!
- Alert! Stream Down This Morning (17Sep)
- A 50-Year Sour Mash Boys Anniversary—Sunday, 18Sep22, 4–8 PM at Sally O’Brien’s in Somerville
- The Beep, and How to Make It
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Tag Archives: Bob Wills
David Elliott—We Lost a Friend and Colleague
Last Friday brought this news from Jon Lehrich, Chairman of WHRB’s Board of Trustees: Friends: I am writing to share the sad news that David Elliott passed away last night, after a long battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). David … Continue reading
Posted in Friends and Neighbors, Hillbilly History, Hillbilly Journal, Radio Talk Tagged ALS, Bob Wills, David Elliott, Fillbillies, Gerry Katz, Hillbilly at Harvard, John Lincoln Wright, Jon Lehrich, Larry Flint, Northeastern Records, Rossini, Spike Jones, Stringhan Walters, Tony Lauck, WHRB, WHRB History, William Tell Overture 9 Comments
John Lincoln Wright’s “Takin’ Old Route One” Now on CD!
UPDATE 4MAY21: The CD is now available on eBay. See Update HERE. UPDATE 28Apr21: CDbaby has closed their record store, and are now offering only services. Amazon and cdUniverse appear to have no John Lincoln Wright CDs. Collectors Choice shows … Continue reading
The Complainer-in-Chief Strikes Again
Gordy Brown is an old friend of Hillbilly at Harvard, and has done enormous service to country music in the region as historian and keeper of memorabilia with his New England Country Music Historical Society (now defunct). But I’ve had … Continue reading