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Picnic, Moonside by Emmalee Hunnicutt

Arts and artists throughout Appalachia have a strong connection to the land. That connection is expressed in diverse ways, sometimes overt and intentional, and other times more subtle, like an undercurrent. The music of Appalachia, especially Southern Appalachia, is no different. Usually, when one thinks of “Appalachian music” the mind turns to bluegrass and blues, banjos and fiddles, ballads and

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