Reverend Peyton is a fishin', huntin', hootin', hollerin' hillbilly from the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. He can chop a tree down faster than a forest fire. He can build a cabin in his sleep. He's got more beard than a black bear. His overalls stay covered in other people's blood, his ... More >>
Jim Wurster is a musician of serious intent. His earliest efforts with Black Janet bolstered the perception, given that the band's dark designs weren't simply a by-product of their name. Still, Wurster really came into his own when he went solo and subsequently formed the Atomic Cowboys, taki ... More >>
Photo by Camille LambJohnny and Billy Kincaid, five and nine years old, perform classic country songs on Lincoln Road.Myrna Kincaid anxiously shifts her weight from foot to foot, hands clasped under her chin as she monitors Johnny and Billy, her five- and nine-year-old sons, playing together. ... More >>
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