Musician Rod Wilson shares his musical and personal history on this week’s Berea Podcast. From a one stoplight town in southern Michigan to Florida and all along I-75, Rod’s love of music greatly impacted his award-winning life. To hear more stories and hear him play, come to a benefit concert for the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen on February 15th, 2020 at the Main Auditorium in Madison Southern High School in Berea, Kentucky.
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Back on the Saturday of the 2018 Berea Spoonbread Festival Troy took a walk around the town’s festivities and recorded as he went. This episode was never released. With the recent KET coverage of Berea’s Spoonbread Festival, we thought this would be the prefect opportunity to pull this “Lost Berea Podcast” out of the vault. Let us know if you appreciate this take on the 2018 Berea Spoonbread Festival!
Troy talks with Jeannette Rowlett about the recent and upcoming events of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen. Learn about everything happening throughout 2019 by listening to this special episode.
The digital archives at the Berea College Hutchins Library holds a treasure trove of Berea’s history. Listen to this special interview with Pat Brunner. Pat came to Berea College in the early 1950s and quickly made Berea her home. Listen for stories from Pat’s involvement with the Civil Rights Movement and other life lessons.
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