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    • Unidentified (swing fiddle and guitar)

    • Radio; Fiddle music; Guitars; Western Swing music;
    • The Sons of the Pioneers perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. This is an example of the western swing, and cowboy music influence in the Appalachian region. The Texas Troubadours of Roanoke, emulated the popular sounds of the Sons...
    • Unidentified (swing fiddle and guitar)

    • Radio; Fiddle music; Guitars; Western Swing music;
    • The Sons of the Pioneers perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. This is an example of the western swing, and cowboy music influence in the Appalachian region. The Texas Troubadours of Roanoke, emulated the popular sounds of the Sons...
    • Unidentified (fiddle tune)

    • Fiddle music; Radio;
    • Lawrence Sink plays fiddle, performing live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. Lawrence was a member of several Roanoke bands, including the Texas Troubadours and the Dixie Playboys.
    • Unidentified (guitar)

    • Guitars; Radio;
    • Lawrence Sink plays guitar, performing live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. Lawrence was a member of several Roanoke bands, including the Texas Troubadours and the Dixie Playboys.
    • Unidentified (fiddle tune)

    • Fiddle music; Radio;
    • Lawrence Sink plays fiddle, performing live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. Lawrence was a member of several Roanoke bands, including the Texas Troubadours and the Dixie Playboys.
    • Unidentified (blues guitar)

    • Guitars; Radio;
    • Lawrence Sink plays guitar, performing live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. Lawrence was a member of several Roanoke bands, including the Texas Troubadours and the Dixie Playboys.
    • Unidentified (fiddle tune)

    • Fiddle music; Radio;
    • Lawrence Sink plays fiddle, performing live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. Lawrence was a member of several Roanoke bands, including the Texas Troubadours and the Dixie Playboys.
    • Unidentified (tenor banjo)

    • Radio; Banjos; Bands;
    • The Dixie Playboys perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WSLS. They are a Roanoke band, that played traditional music and also emulated the popular sounds of the Sons of the Pioneers. Members of the Dixie Playboys include, but are not...
    • Unidentified (tenor banjo)

    • Radio; Banjos; Bands;
    • The Dixie Playboys perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WSLS. They are a Roanoke band, that played traditional music and also emulated the popular sounds of the Sons of the Pioneers. Members of the Dixie Playboys include, but are not...
    • Unidentified (guitar)

    • Radio; Guitars;
    • Lawrence Sink plays guitar, performing live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. Lawrence was a member of several Roanoke bands, including the Texas Troubadours and the Dixie Playboys.
    • Unidentified (blues)

    • Bluegrass music; Bands; Blues music;
    • Clyde Moody plays guitar and sings with a band at the Roanoke Bluegrass Festival, at Cantrells Horse Farm in Fincastle, Virginia. He is from North Carolina and was a member of Bill Monroe's band in the early 1940's. Other musicians are...
    • Unidentified

    • Fiddle music; Banjos; Railroads;
    • Sam McNeil plays the banjo with Sal Lynch playing fiddle, and Everett Fry playing the guitar. Sam was a member of the Floyd County Ramblers.
    • Unidentified (guitar)

    • Guitars;
    • Clayton Horsley plays an unidentified guitar piece. He was born and raised in Campbell County and moved to Lynchburg in his teens, where this recording takes place.
    • Unidentified (electric guitar)

    • Guitars; Radio;
    • Dewey Hill plays guitar with another electric guitar player. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's radio program on WPAQ (Mt. Airy) or WBOB (Galax).The Davis Trio sings a Christian gospel song. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's...
    • Unidentified (guitar instrumental)

    • Guitars; Radio;
    • The Singing Aires perform with electric guitars. Members include: Henry Brown, Jerry Brown, Tony Brown, and Dewey Hill. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's radio program on WPAQ (Mt. Airy) or WBOB (Galax).
    • Unidentified

    • Bands;
    • Members of the Skyline Fundamental Independent Church band play an instrumental tune between songs.

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