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Dick & Joyce Johnson have been married for 70 years – since Oct. 8, 1947. This is a conversation covering 1925-60.
Del Trolinder was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame as a song writer and singer. He’s famous for many songs from the 1950s and 60s, but he is best known as a song writer. Recently, he gave one of...
We were able to have a conversation station about how he feels about his family.
My father, Tommy Carter, has lived and breathed music his whole life. But what has life on the road really taught him? Was touring really what he expected? Through this interview, I discovered how living life on the road teaches...
In this interview, conducted during November 2018 in Ashburn, Virginia, Kale Robertson (16) interviews his mother Angie Howell (40). Mrs. Howell shares about her childhood in suburban Nashville, TN, with her sister who was challenged by fetal alcohol syndrome, and...
When the New York Times first broke the story about Harvey Weinstein’s decades-long record of sexual harassment in late 2017, it sparked a national conversation about sexual misconduct in the workplace. In Hollywood, Ashley Judd was one of the first...
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Gallatin, Tennessee, Megan McCormick (17) interviews her mother Jennifer McCormick (44) about what life was like for her growing up in the 70s as a part of a family with traditions that...
We talked a lot about his childhood and his parents and then transitioned more into talking about the Air Force and his passion for flying.
Julie speaks of her childhood spent in Michigan, her experiences in college and her time spent in Nashville pursuing a career in music.
I interviewed my mom. She had to move country witch taught her to adapt to change.
An interview with my grandmother, Linda Faye Marlin Jacobs, about her life, career, marriage, and family.
Mom and I sat outside on the deck and talked about the controversy starting back with the backwards wired diode board
This Interview is an assignment for the AAS4013 : Race & Identity through Pop Culture class taught by Professor Martina McGhee at the University of Texas at San Antonio. I conducted this interview with James Vaughan, Ph.D. to learn more...
During this interview, I got a chance to interview a long-time neighbor of mine in my hometown, Nashville, TN. We discussed some of the advantages and disadvantages of living here and advice for any newcomers.
Discussed Owen and topics he is interested in.
This interview was about Teaching with a Purpose. This interview discussed how and why it is important to be an effective teacher.
An conversation with Nashville-native David Wells on his early life, his travels, and his growth as a person.
My grandmother, Laura, grew up in Haiti and moved to the United States when she was 26. In this first part of our interview she discusses what it was like growing up in Haiti, why she left Haiti, and talks...
“Deoxygenated, accumulated blood running to the heart . . . .” Why and how is a song about the cardiovascular system created, recorded, and produced by a 7th grade student for a Physiology block? This interview with class teacher Catie...
An interview with a working-class Nashville Native. You can hear about family history, civic engagement in Nashville, and passions of my grandfather.