Episode #19-HISTORY ADDENDUM- Episode One, Part One "Goin' Up The Country" WORKS CITED

Well, here's something new. The first episode of the spinoff project is now available. The Old Dingy Juke Box: History Addendum. These history heavy, music related, episodes are inspired by my interest in musicology and history as well as some of my favorite podcasts like Dan Carlin's "Hardcore History" or Tyler Mahan Coe's "Cocaine and Rhinestones". Will I ever be as good as Dan Carlin? No. This is an experiment that I'm excited about, and frankly a little nervous about. Future history addendum shows will continue to include episodes written and produced by me, but also shows featuring the writings of musician/writer/guitar collector extraordinaire, Deke Dickerson. The usual shows that you're used to will continue to be released on a regular basis. So, here it goes...check out episode one, part one..."Goin' Up The Country": Race, Records and the American Musical Identity. Available on all podcast platforms. Please subscribe and share and go check out the show's website https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/home Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US

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