Coloradan Grows New Songs From The Seeds Of Old Music

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<p>Courtesy of&nbsp;Alexandra Defurio</p>
<p>Longmont banjoist Jayme Stone with musical collaborators Moira Smiley, Joe Phillips and <span style="color: rgb(64, 69, 64);">Sumaia</span><span style="color: rgb(64, 69, 64);"> Jackson.</span></p>

Jayme Stone spoke with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner.

Photo: Jayme Stone Folklife -HH Soundwagon
Folklorist Herbert Halpert was a colleague of Alan Lomax. In the late 1930s Halpert drove his “soundwagon”—a converted army ambulance—south from Washington, DC to collect folk songs for the Federal Writers’ Project.

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