Sunday, September 13, 2009

Bristol's E.W. King House

Music and Storytelling at the E.W. King House

The Bristol Historical Association will hold its third annual E. W. King Open House on Saturday, September 19, 2009, from 10am-2pm during the Bristol, Tennessee "Rhythm and Roots Reunion" music festival.

Bands, including Hart Creek and Andrea and Allen Clarke along with fiddler Rachel Renee Johnson of the Dixie Bee-Liners, will be performing throughout the day. This event will also feature Storytelling by David Claunch, “Jonesborough’s very own storytelling, motorcycle-riding clown”. David is a member of both the Jonesborough Storytellers Guild and the Beaver Creek Storytellers and performs as a storyteller as well as his alter ego, “Dilly-Dally” the Clown. In addition, both noted Bristol historian and author V.N. "Bud" Phillips and award-winning journalist and author Joe Tennis will be present for book signing, sales, and questions.

Admission is free.

For more information: Click Here.

For "Rhythm and Roots" information: Click Here.

To visit the Bristol Historical Society's web site: Click Here.

Note: Bud Phillips is the author of Coming Down Cumberland, the definitive Maggard family history.

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