Down Country Roads RR2
Ken Root is a long time radio personality born and raised in Oklahoma. His humor and story telling abilities bring to life growing up and living in the country. Listen to the best story tellers, poets and syndicated country personalities as they take you on a journey Down Country Roads Volume 2. Enjoy the humor, learn from the folklore, remember the good times and prepare for life in rural America. 'Turn up the Music...it's time to go to Winfield! If you love music...you know, real music with live instruments that are made of wood and string, then you don't want to miss this one. Down County Roads takes a trip to the most important acoustic music fextival in the world...the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield and you get a seat on the front row. Ken Root 'Fencing just ain't what it used to be!' Can 'fencing' really create positive change for youth in the inner city? Ken Root takes a humrous look at how building fences can change a young man growing up along those country roads. Cowboy Poet, Joe Kreger 'White Lie' It always pays to tell the truth...even when it comes to eating the squirrel your beloved grandpa shot for dinner. Joe Kreger shares this hilarious poem about telling a white lie just to keep a family memeber happy. Interview with Meriwether Lewis The Journey of Discovery... It's the 200th Anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition and who better to talk to about the trip then Meriwether Lewis himself. Roger Welsh 'All News is Local' It's improtant to know what's going on all aorund the globe, but in Roger Welsh's world it's more important to know what's going on right around the corner. Childress...NASCAR legend goes back to the country. Rustin Hamilton travels to Welcome, North Carolina to learn mroe about this man who started down a country road and now dominates the fastest raceways in the world. Andrew McCraeWill Rogers, America's favorite Cowboy Who was Will Rgoers? Was he an actor, a humorist, an avaitor or just another cowboy who struck pay dirt? Ken Root Comentary...The One-Room Schoolhouse a day with Miss McCluney.
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