Stanley Hicks article

Lexie R Oakley
@lexie-r-oakley
last year
351 posts

Nice article Ken, thanks for sharing it with us.

Sheryl St. Clare
@sheryl-st-clare
last year
335 posts

Great article, Ken. Thanks for sharing. I knew moonshine was in this story somewhere! 

joe sanguinette
@joe-sanguinette
last year
95 posts

i thought my great, great, great grandfather brought it here from italy frowner

Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
last year
527 posts

I guess I should have said "repeating." I heard Stanley tell that story. I think it was at one of the National Folk Festivals at Wolf Trap Farm Park sometime back in the mid-1970s.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Dan
@dan
last year
78 posts

Not at all Ken, just listen to the interviews he gives and he'll tell you so!!! I for one would not have told him any different........

Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
last year
527 posts

Telling tall tales Dan?

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Dan
@dan
last year
78 posts

...you do know his great, great ,great grand daddy brought the dulcimore here from England?

Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
last year
920 posts

Some interesting stories there, Ken. Thanks for sharing that link.




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Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
last year
527 posts

Although not dulcimer specific, Stanley Hicks played a significant role in the dulcimer revival.

http://issuu.com/highcountrymagazine/docs/hc_mag_june_2016/69?e=1074803/36501277

 

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."