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1927 Bristol Sessions

Hattie Stoneman: Raising Her Children in Music

By René Rodgers, September 28, 2017 The enormous influence of women in country music is evident in every era, most certainly in the early days of country music. Sometimes women’s contributions are overshadowed in the historical record, and the story of […]

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1927 Bristol Sessions

Ernest Stoneman’s First Hit: “The Titanic”

By Jessica Turner, September 1, 2017 The unsinkable RMS Titanic sank in the cold Atlantic waters on April 15, 1912, claiming over 1,500 lives of its passengers and crew, and capturing the attention and imagination of the world from that […]

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1927 Bristol Sessions

Fateful Freight: Trains and the Tunes They’ve Carried

By René Rodgers, May 21, 2017 Today Bristol is celebrating Bristol Train Station Celebration Day, an event highlighting trains and local railroad history through educational programming, arts and crafts, and music. Bristol’s present-day train station was the fourth on its […]

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