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    • Hatcher Hotel 11/20

    • hotels; sayings; rural areas
    • Mr. Hatcher spent time writing sayings and stories about local history and folk lore on the walls of his hotel. The Hatcher Hotel was located on Main St. in Pikeville, KY.
    • father, youth (talking)

    • Interviews; Mouth organs; Blues music;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford talks with Vaughan Webb and Fred Williams about growing up in Pulaski County, his father's music, and more recent musical influences. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • In the Misty Moonlight

    • Guitars; Singing;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays a song that he once played with a black blues fiddler. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • In the Mood

    • Guitars; Singing; Jazz;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays a jazz song during an interview. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • house parties (talking)

    • Interviews; Blues music;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford talks with Vaughan Webb and Fred Williams about his father's music, and not playing music while in the Army. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • black in country music, school (talking)

    • Guitars; Singing; Interviews;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford talks with Vaughan Webb and Fred Williams about playing country music as a black man, and having to go to a separate high school. This takes place in Bobby's home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • Memphis, Tennessee

    • Guitars; Singing;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays guitar and sings a Chuck Berry song during an interview. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • I Don't Hurt Any More

    • Guitars; Singing;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays guitar and sings a Hank Snow song during an interview. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • Will the Circle Be Unbroken

    • Guitars; Singing; Spirituals;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays guitar and sings a hymn the way his father used to. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • Blueberry Hill

    • Guitars; Singing;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays guitar and sings a Fats Domino song during an interview. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • defining blues (talking)

    • Blues music; Interviews;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford talks with Vaughan Webb and Fred Williams about his definition of blues. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

    • Blues music; Guitars; Singing;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays guitar and sings a Hank Williams song during an interview. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • women, family (talking)

    • Blues music; Interviews;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford talks with Vaughan Webb and Fred Williams about women being the inspiration for blues. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • Poor Me

    • Blues music; Guitars; Singing;
    • Bobby (Robert) Buford plays guitar and sings a Fats Domino song during an interview. This takes place in his home in the city of Pulaski, Virginia.
    • Rosebud Orchestra, relatives (talking)

    • Interviews; Bands; Guitars; Interviews;
    • Cowboy "T" Burks talks with interviewer, Vaughan Webb, about a black orchestra that his brother used to perform with. This takes place in his home in Low Moor, Virginia.

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