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." JEMF Newsletter,
    vol.4, pt.2, no.12, December 1968.

Laur, Katie. "Voices From the Mountains." Blair and Ketchum's Country Journal 12
    (May 1985): 84-87.

Ledford, Lily May. "Lily May Ledford: Autobiography." Seattle Folklore Society Journal 8
    (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.

Linn, Karen. "An Interview with Mrs. Bertie Dickens." NC Folklore Journal 34
    (Spring 1987): 61-65.

  1. Interview with old-time banjo player, Mrs. Dickens of Ennice, NC.
Lomax, Alan. "Aunt Molly Jackson: An Appreciation." Kentucky Folklore Record
    7.4, October-December 1961: 131-32. Ludden, Keith J. "'If It's on the Radio, Why Bother': A Study of Two Southeast Barren County,
    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.



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: 34-46.

Ledford, Lily May. "The Role of Women in Country Music." Sing Out!
    25, no.2 (1976): 4-5. Lightfoot, William E. "Belle of the Barn Dance: Reminiscing with Lulu Belle Wiseman Stamey."
    Journal of Country Music 12, no. 1 (1987): 2-15. Lueck, Therese L. "One Voice: The Legacy of Women Singers in Popular Music".
    America's Musical Pulse: Popular Music in Twentieth-Century Society.
    Westport, CT: Praeger, 1992.

Lundy, Karen Saucier, "Women in Country Music".America's Musical Pulse:
    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, July 1985.

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