After Historic Flooding, Some Kentuckians Are Reconnecting With Their Music Traditions On This West Virginia Morning
On this West Virginia Morning, historic flooding in southeastern Kentucky this summer took lives, destroyed property and at least temporarily cut people off from some of their traditions — like playing music in church. With the help of friends and neighbors, some of these musicians have been able to reconnect with their music.
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