Appalachian Women and Traditional Music
Articles J - M
Women of Old-Time, Bluegrass, and Folk
"Jean Ritchie's Junaluska Keynote: Now is the Cool of the Day". Mountain
Life and Work 46/5 (1970): 3-8
Jackson, Molly. " I Am From Kentucky Born." Pamphlet reproduced from
the Labour Defender,
The National Miners Union, Harlan and Bell Kentucky,
1931-2. Huntington, WV:
Appalachian Movement Press, June 1972.
Jones, Loyal. Jean Ritchie: Twenty-Five Years After." Appalachian
Journal VIII(1981): 224-229.
Kahn, Ed. "Tapescript: Interview with Charlie, Bubb, and Lucille Pickard."
A review of the signifigance of Ritchie's Singing Family of the Cumberlands
and her latest release. Includes bibliography and discography.
vol.4, pt.2, no.12, December 1968.
Laur, Katie. "Voices From the Mountains." Blair and Ketchum's Country
(May 1985): 84-87.
Ledford, Lily May. "Lily May Ledford: Autobiography." Seattle Folklore
Society Journal 8
Interview with Hazel Dickens.
(March 1977): 3-11.
Part Two Journal 9 (December 1977): 17-24.
Part Three Journal 9 (March 1978): 2-15.
Len, Stanley. "Custom Made Woman Blues." Southern Exposure 4
(Winter 1977): 92-93.
"Lily May Ledford: 1917-1985." Bluegrass Unlimited, September 1985.
Interviews with Alice Gerrard and Hazel Dickens, the folk duo.
Linn, Karen. "An Interview with Mrs. Bertie Dickens." NC Folklore
(Spring 1987): 61-65.
Lomax, Alan. "Aunt Molly Jackson: An Appreciation." Kentucky Folklore
Interview with old-time banjo player, Mrs. Dickens of Ennice, NC.
7.4, October-December 1961: 131-32.
Ludden, Keith J. "'If It's on the Radio, Why Bother': A Study of Two Southeast
An obituary for the activist and folksinger.
Kentucky Ballad Singers." Kentucky Folklore Record
24 (1978): 54-60.
Menconi, David. "On Stage, Page, She Fights to Keep Old-Time Music Young."
Bluegrass Unlimited, March 1992.
Miller, Terry E. "Old Time Shape Note..." Southern Quarterly 20
(Fall 1981): 35-45.
Article about Alice Gerrard, publisher of the Old Time Herald and famed
Women of Old-Time Country, and Country
Jensen, Joli. "Patsy Cline's Recording Career: The Search for a Sound."
Journal of Country Music, vol.9, no.2, 1982:
Ledford, Lily May. "The Role of Women in Country Music." Sing Out!
Article on the evolution on Cline's sound.
25, no.2 (1976): 4-5.
Lightfoot, William E. "Belle of the Barn Dance: Reminiscing with Lulu Belle
Ledford speaks about the role of women in country. Ledford was a member
of the Coon Creek Girls of Renfro Valley Barn Dance fame.
Journal of Country Music 12, no. 1 (1987):
Lueck, Therese L. "One Voice: The Legacy of Women Singers in Popular Music".
Article about Lulu Belle.
America's Musical Pulse: Popular Music in Twentieth-Century
Westport, CT: Praeger, 1992.
Lundy, Karen Saucier, "Women in Country Music".America's Musical
Popular Music in Twentieth-Century Society.
Westport, CT: Praeger, 1992.
Michaels, Marguerite. "I'm Not Going, I'm Just Growing." Parade,
November 2, 1980.
Moynihan, Maura, and Andy Warhol. "Dolly Parton." Interview,
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