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Musician Crafts Seniors' Stories into Songs

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Musician Crafts Seniors' Stories into Songs

Musician Crafts Seniors' Stories into Songs

Musician Crafts Seniors' Stories into Songs

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Storyteller David Greenberger gathers the words of the elderly and sets them to music. Greenberger retells the comments of Gene Weaver about his aversion to country music. This story and others are gathered on a CD called Mayor of the Tennessee River by David Greenberger and the Shaking Ray Levis.

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