If you saw Sunday’s kickoff of Ken Burns’ latest documentary on Country Music which looks to be another classic from the portfolio of this gifted filmmaker, perhaps you noticed one of the interviewees, a singer who spoke of the influence of the Carter family in the early days of the sound.
The granddaughter of bluegrass/country icon Mother Maybelle Carter and the daughter of June Carter Cash talked of the impact her grandmother had on the sound and spoke of her memories spun from listening to her play and talk about the origins of the music.
That grandaughter was Carlene Carter who will be performing at the Dogwood Monday night.
If you saw the initial offering of the series you might be compelled to see this member of one of the founding families of country music.
If you missed it, find a way to stream the show because it an outstanding beginning for what looks to be a great series.
And if you’re a fan of country music?
You can still get tickets for Carter’s 7:30m Monday show by contacting the Dogwood Box office at 231.924.8885.
You won’t regret it.
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