"100% Pure Corn" Traditional folk artist Adele Browne tells Appalachian folktales because "the old stories that came across the ocean so long ago were changed by our pioneer ancestors; infused with wit and humor that is uniquely American. Whenever I trace one of these adventures to see how it started out, somehow the mountain version is always closer to my heart. It's the folks gathered 'round that bring a tale to life, so there's got to be a corny refrain or a musical catch phrase for a chorus of voices, so each telling is group experience."
Fees listed are for Columbus area schools. This act originates in the Athens area.
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