Song of the Mountains

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Becky Buller Band / Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley

In 2016, Becky Buller was chosen to make bluegrass music history by becoming the first person ever to win in both instrumental and vocal categories at theTBMA awards. Based on a mutual love of bluegrass, country, blues, western swing, the partnership of dobro player Rob Ickes and guitarist Trey Hensley continues to delight and astound audiences of traditional American music around the globe.

AIRED: August 03, 2019 | 0:56:46
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- [Female Announcer]: This program is made possible in part by

the town of Marion,

home of the Wayne Henderson School of Appalachian Arts,

celebrating 21 years as a certified

Virginia Main Street community.

The historic General Francis Marion Hotel

and The Speakeasy Restaurant and Lounge,

providing accommodations and casual fine dining

in downtown Marion, Virginia.

The Bank of Marion, technology-powered, service-driven.

WBRF, 98.1 FM.

And Bryant Label, a proud supporter

of our region's musical heritage.

["Cherokee Shuffle" by Gerald Anderson]

- Howdy folks, welcome to Song of the Mountains.

I'm your host Tim White.

Starting things off for us this evening,

we have the Becky Buller Band.

In 2016, Becky was chosen to make bluegrass music history

by becoming the first person ever

to win both the instrumental and vocal categories

at the International Bluegrass Association Awards.

Her songs were recorded by some of the industry's best;

proceeded the fiery-haired fiddler's own prominence

as an artist in the acoustic music world.

Now's the leader of her own band,

Becky's audiences are connecting with the composer

and her compositions to the tune of five IBMA Awards

in the past two years, including the 2016

Fiddler and Female Vocalist

and 2015 Songwriter of the Year nods.

We're excited to have her and her band

on the program tonight.

Here's the Becky Buller Band.

["Another Love Gone Wrong" by Becky Buller]

♪ The winds from the eastward

♪ It's cruel and it's cold

♪ As I make my way home

♪ Through the briars and the bramble ♪

♪ No light to greet me

♪ No kind hand to hold

♪ I'm all alone at the end of this gamble ♪

♪ What did you mean when you said what you said ♪

♪ That you never loved me

♪ Now I don't believe it

♪ From all that I've seen, there's another instead ♪

♪ Don't make a fool of me just take her and leave this ♪

♪ With another verse

♪ To another lonesome song

♪ About the curse of another love gone wrong ♪

♪ If I wasn't blessed with a crepe paper heart ♪

♪ So easily torn, no hope in the mending ♪

♪ I would have resisted you from the start ♪

♪ There'd be no beginning and therefore no ending ♪

♪ Oh another verse to another lonesome song ♪

♪ About the curse of another love gone wrong ♪

♪ All I can give you is a hearty farewell ♪

♪ And a wish of good fortune in the life of your choosin' ♪

♪ Pay you no mind to this girl by the well ♪

♪ For she's just drawn a portion of lovin' and loosin' ♪

♪ It's another verse to another lonesome song ♪

♪ About the curse of another love gone wrong ♪

♪ It's another verse to another lonesome song ♪

♪ 'Bout the curse of another love gone wrong ♪

[audience applauding]

["Heart of the House" by Becky Buller]

♪ The curtains stay closed

♪ So the dust doesn't show

♪ The linoleum needs fixin'

♪ Nothin's boilin' on the stove ♪

♪ Used to be a happy home

♪ But nobody's in the kitchen

♪ It's the heart of the house

♪ The heart of the house

♪ It's the heart of the house

♪ And it's empty

[singers vocalizing]

♪ He's a part of the house

♪ And he's empty

♪ At night he comes home

♪ And turns the light on

♪ But the darkness stays with him ♪

♪ Sets his dinner on the counter ♪

♪ Can't put his arms around her ♪

♪ 'Cause nobody's in the kitchen ♪

♪ It's the heart of the house

♪ The heart of the house

♪ It's the heart of the house

♪ And it's empty

[singers vocalizing]

♪ He's a part of the house

♪ And he's empty

♪ 40 years and four sons

♪ All come and gone

♪ And the clock above the back door's still tickin' ♪

♪ It don't get lonelier than this ♪

♪ 'Least the cancer took her quick ♪

♪ Left nobody in the kitchen

♪ She was the heart of the house ♪

♪ The heart of the house

♪ She was the heart of the house ♪

♪ And it's empty

[singers vocalizing]

♪ He's a part of the house

♪ And he's empty

[singers vocalizing]

[audience applauding]

["Country Boy Rock & Roll" by Don Reno]

♪ You can tell I'm from the country ♪

♪ See I'm from outta town

♪ But I'm beginning to catch on ♪

♪ I been lettin' my hair down ♪ I been a-rockin' ♪

♪ I been a-rollin'

♪ I guess to some folks I look foolish ♪

♪ Just let it make a fool out of me ♪

♪ I have worked in fields of cotton ♪

♪ I worked in fields of corn

♪ But I've seen nothin' like it ♪

♪ Since the day that I been born ♪

♪ I been a-rockin'

♪ I been a-rollin'

♪ I guess to some folks I look foolish ♪

♪ Just let it make a fool out of me ♪

♪ I walked in a crowded dance hall ♪

♪ I didn't know a soul

♪ Some hillbillies started pickin' ♪

♪ Everybody rock 'n rolled

♪ I been a-rockin'

♪ I been a-rollin'

♪ I guess to some folks I look foolish ♪

♪ Just let it make a fool out of me ♪

- Aww, fiddle now.

[funky bass solo]

[audience applauding]

- That's Dwayne Anderson on the bass, everybody.

[audience applauding]

♪ I have spent all the egg money ♪

♪ Corn and cotton I have sold

♪ I mortgaged my old homestead

♪ Stay in town to rock and roll ♪ I been a-rockin' ♪

♪ I been a-rollin'

♪ I guess to some folks I look foolish ♪

♪ Just let it make a fool out of me ♪

♪ I been a-rockin'

♪ He's been a-rockin'

♪ I been a-rollin'

♪ He's been a-rollin'

♪ I guess to some folks I look foolish ♪

♪ Just let it make a fool out of me ♪

♪ Just let it make a fool outta me ♪

[audience applauding]

- We're faster, Dan.

["She Loved Sunflowers" by Becky Buller]

♪ We tried to spoil that girl

♪ She was our delight

♪ But somehow baby sister turned out all right ♪

♪ She had the sweetest spirit

♪ Always laughin' eyes

♪ And a smile so bright it should come as no surprise ♪

♪ That she loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers that grew around our home ♪

♪ She left us so unexpectedly

♪ Though our hearts were broken ♪

♪ I guess the good Lord had a need ♪

♪ For another angel to tend his gardens there ♪

♪ Sowin' sunflowers as she offers him her joyful prayers ♪

♪ 'Cause she loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers that grew around our home ♪

♪ Now I've gone so far from my family ♪

♪ Chasin' crazy dreams I can't seem to shake ♪

♪ Many's the time found me wonderin' ♪

♪ If the whole thing might be a mistake ♪

♪ I didn't plant them there

♪ But I think I know who did

♪ And those sunflowers in my front yard are a precious gift ♪

♪ They tell me I am loved

♪ I'm where I should be

♪ And that God and my sister's smilin' down on me ♪

♪ 'Cause she loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers that grew around our home ♪

♪ She loved sunflowers

♪ Loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers

♪ She loved sunflowers that grew around our home ♪

[audience applauding]

["Millworker" by James Taylor]

♪ Grandfather was a sailor

♪ He blew in off the water

♪ My father was a farmer

♪ And I, his only daughter

♪ Took up with a no-good millworkin' man from Massachusetts ♪

♪ Who dies from too much whiskey ♪

♪ And leaves me these three faces to feed ♪

♪ Millwork ain't easy

♪ Millwork ain't hard

♪ Millwork it ain't nothin'

♪ But an awful borin' job

♪ I'm waitin' on a daydream

♪ To take me through the mornin' ♪

♪ Put me in my coffee break

♪ Where I can have a sandwich and remember ♪

♪ Then it's me and my machine

♪ For the rest of the morning

♪ For the rest of the afternoon ♪

♪ And ooh the rest of my life

♪ My mind begins to wander

♪ To the days back on the farm

♪ I can see my father smilin' at me swingin' on his arm ♪

♪ I can hear my granddad's stories ♪

♪ 'Bout the storms out on Lake Eerie ♪

♪ Where vessels and cargo

♪ The fortunes and sailors' lives were lost ♪

♪ Since my life's been wasted

♪ I have been the fool

♪ To let this manufacturer use my body for a tool ♪

♪ I'd ride home in the evenin' starin' at my hands ♪

♪ Swearin' by my sorrow that a young girl ♪

♪ Oughta stand a better chance

♪ May I work the mills just as long as I am able ♪

♪ Never meet the man whose name is on the label ♪

♪ It's just me and my machine for the rest of the morning ♪

♪ For the rest of the afternoon ♪

♪ Ooh for the rest of my life

[audience applauding]

["You're Letting Me Go" by Becky Buller]

♪ You say you're uncertain

♪ Your heart's drawn the curtains ♪

♪ And you need a little time

♪ When what we were sharin'

♪ Was far beyond carin'

♪ You know that as well as I

♪ But you seem to wanna hide the truth ♪

♪ Your indifference is the bitter proof that ♪

♪ You're letting me go

♪ Through this world all alone

♪ But for so long, you truly loved me ♪

♪ I've waited for years

♪ Worn a smile, shed my tears

♪ Just to keep you satisfied

♪ Though the road has been rough ♪

♪ Watched you fall and picked you up ♪

♪ And I've forgiven 1,000 lies

♪ Now I don't know what I'm gonna do ♪

♪ 'Cause I built my e'ery dream on you ♪

♪ You're letting me go

♪ Through this world all alone

♪ But for so long, you truly loved me ♪

♪ Now I cry myself to sleep each night ♪

♪ Though I know that it was never right and ♪

♪ You're letting me go

♪ Through this world all alone

♪ But for so long, you truly loved me ♪

♪ But for so long, you truly loved me ♪

[audience applauding]

♪ One, two, three

["Queen of the Mountain Bootleggers" by Becky Buller]

♪ All of Harlan County knew

♪ Maggie Bailey's occupation

♪ How she sold and sometimes brewed ♪

♪ Unlawful libation

♪ East Kentucky poverty

♪ Along with prohibition

♪ And several younger mouths to feed ♪

♪ Encouraged her decision

♪ She was the queen of the mountain bootleggers ♪

♪ Bless her heart she's gone, long gone ♪

♪ Lord, we love her still

♪ Only once in '41

♪ Did the jury find her guilty

♪ 150 half-gallons

♪ Put her in the penitentiary

♪ Two years later, Mag came home ♪

♪ Clovertown was glad to see her ♪

♪ She proved herself an expert on ♪

♪ The laws of search and seizure ♪

♪ She was the queen of the mountain bootleggers ♪

♪ Bless her heart she's gone, long gone ♪

♪ Lord, we love her still

♪ O' time and again

♪ She brought coal and groceries to ♪

♪ Needy friends and neighbors

♪ Put several of their kids through school ♪

♪ With the fruits of her labor

♪ She never drank a drop herself ♪

♪ Wouldn't sell to kids or drunkards ♪

♪ Politicians sought her help

♪ 'Cause everybody loved her

♪ She was queen of the mountain bootleggers ♪

♪ Bless her heart she's gone, long gone ♪

♪ Lord, we love her still

♪ Mag retired in '95

♪ Content where life had led her ♪

♪ Swore 'til the day she died

♪ I'm glad I'm just a good old-fashioned bootlegger ♪

♪ She was the queen of the mountain bootleggers ♪

♪ Bless her heart she's gone, long gone ♪

♪ Lord, we love her still

♪ She was the queen of the mountain bootleggers ♪

♪ Bless her heart she's gone, long gone ♪

[audience applauding]

["Make Us To Shine" by Becky Buller]

♪ Make us to shine like the stars ♪

♪ In your beautiful heaven, Lord ♪

♪ Blameless and pure

♪ Reconciled and forgiven, Lord ♪

♪ May we be worthy in your sight ♪

♪ To illuminate the night

♪ Make us to shine

♪ Like the stars in your beautiful heaven, Lord ♪

♪ We all have far to go

♪ Something in us is searching

♪ Teach us to heal

♪ So many around us are hurting ♪

♪ Humbly we ask you

♪ Show us the path

♪ To love

♪ And make us to shine like the stars ♪

♪ In your beautiful heaven, Lord ♪

♪ Blameless and pure

♪ Reconciled and forgiven, Lord ♪

♪ May we be worthy in your sight ♪

♪ To illuminate the night

♪ Make us to shine

♪ Like the stars in your beautiful heaven, Lord ♪

♪ We all have different ways

♪ Of seeing ourselves in your likeness ♪

♪ Open the veil

♪ Show us your face through the darkness ♪

♪ May all we are part of dance

♪ To the heart of love

♪ And make us to shine like the stars ♪

♪ In your beautiful heaven, Lord ♪

♪ Blameless and pure

♪ Reconciled and forgiven, Lord ♪

♪ May we be worthy in your sight ♪

♪ To illuminate the night

♪ Make us to shine

♪ Like the stars in your beautiful heaven, Lord ♪

♪ Make us to shine like the stars ♪

♪ In your beautiful heaven, Lord ♪

[audience applauding]

One, two, three.

["Calamity Jane" by Becky Buller]

♪ Martha Canary better be wary

♪ Mind your Ps and Qs

♪ Stay on level

♪ Drink or the devil

♪ Are bound to catch up with you ♪

♪ Calamity Jane

♪ Lordy, Lordy woman

♪ What you think you're doin'

♪ Ain't you got any shame

♪ Calamity Jane

♪ You been tellin' stories

♪ Spreadin' lies of glory

♪ Up and down the plain

♪ Jane ain't even your name

♪ Jane

♪ He can't stand you

♪ He cussed and he damned you

♪ Yet you claimed to be his wife ♪

♪ I got a new premonition

♪ You'll spend perdition restin' side-by-side ♪

♪ Calamity Jane

♪ Lordy, Lordy woman

♪ What you think you're doin'

♪ Ain't you got any shame

♪ Calamity Jane

♪ You been tellin' stories

♪ Spreadin' lies of glory

♪ Up and down the plain

♪ Jane ain't even your name

♪ Jane

♪ Dime store fiction

♪ One big contradiction

♪ Where did it all begin

♪ Long as they're buyin'

♪ Keep on lyin' 'til your legend does you in ♪

♪ Calamity Jane

♪ Lordy, Lordy woman

♪ What you think you're doin'

♪ Ain't you got any shame

♪ Calamity Jane

♪ You been tellin' stories

♪ Spreadin' lies of glory

♪ Up and down the plain

♪ Jane ain't even your name

♪ Jane

♪ Jane ain't even your name; Jane ♪

♪ Jane ain't even your name

♪ Dwayne

Once again, Thomas Castle.

[audience applauding]

Back on the soundboard, CJ Garskof.

Ned Luberecki, Professor Dan.

And back on the bass, it's Calamity Dwayne Anderson.

[audience applauding]

We are the Becky Buller Band.

We'll see ya on down the line.

[speech drowned by audience] down again.

[audience applauding]

- The Becky Buller Band here on Song of the Mountains.

Now up next on our show, we have Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley.

This collaborative effort

between two uniquely-gifted musicians

is bound to be a revelation

to traditional music fans on several counts.

Rob Ickes is a long-time,

well-established instrumental giant

and Trey Hensley is newly-arrived in Music City

bursting with talent, both as a vocalist and guitarist.

Based on a mutual level, bluegrass, country,

blues, western swing and other kinds of music;

the partnership of dobro player Rob Ickes

and guitarist Trey Hensley continues to delight

and astound audiences of traditional

American music around the globe.

On the stage at the Lincoln Theater,

we bring you Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley.

- One, two, three.

["My Way Is the Highway" by Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley]

♪ My younger days were thrown away ♪

♪ Starin' down a long highway

♪ Waitin' for the chance to dance my dance ♪

♪ To the tune of the open road

♪ Freedom seemed like a hopeless dream ♪

♪ The southern wild child still in my teens ♪

♪ Never been scared with a soul to compare ♪

♪ To the way that the river flows ♪

♪ For warn but free I was born to be my own man ♪

♪ No one but me to understand just how I am ♪

♪ Don't want it for me

♪ Don't know where I'll be today ♪

♪ 'Cause I do things my way

♪ My way is the highway

♪ The sound of the train still rocks my brain ♪

♪ The road makes the blood pulse through my vein ♪

♪ My age doesn't cage or disengage ♪

♪ The man I was born to be

♪ Like my dad once said son when you dead ♪

♪ It's just you and your story wrote above your head ♪

♪ The good Lord knows the highway is my home ♪

♪ For warn but free I was born to be my own man ♪

♪ No one but me to understand just how I am ♪

♪ Don't want it for me

♪ Don't know where I'll be today ♪

♪ 'Cause I do things my way

♪ And my way is the highway

[audience applauding]

["Smokey Mountain Memories" by Earl Thomas Conley]

♪ Smokey Mountain memories

♪ 'Bout my home in Tennessee

♪ Yesterday keeps callin' me

♪ Callin' me home

♪ Mountains risin' in my soul

♪ Higher than the dreams I know ♪

♪ Misty-eyed they cling to me in my ♪

♪ Smokey Mountain memory

♪ An old gray man with a dog asleep at his feet ♪

♪ There's a worn-out fiddle full of melodies ♪

♪ He smiles with his eyes

♪ But the lines on his face

♪ Told me as much as the tunes he played ♪

♪ Smokey Mountain memory

♪ Pretty girl's in Tennessee

♪ I was such a fool to leave

♪ To leave her all alone

♪ Think about her in my dreams

♪ Wonder if she thinks of me

♪ I'll always hold her close to me ♪

♪ In my Smokey Mountain memory

♪ So mister play your fiddle please ♪

♪ Play some mountain melodies

♪ I been down a lonely road

♪ So far from home

♪ Nothin' left to hold onto

♪ Made some plans but they fell through ♪

♪ Now there's nothin' left for me ♪

♪ But my Smokey Mountain memories ♪

♪ Smokey Mountain memories

♪ 'Bout my home in Tennessee

♪ Yesterday keeps callin' me

♪ Callin' me home

♪ Mountains risin' in my soul

♪ Higher than the dreams I know ♪

♪ Misty-eyed they cling to me in my ♪

♪ Smokey Mountain memory

♪ Misty-eyed they cling to me in my ♪

♪ Smokey Mountain memory

[audience applauding]

[energetic bluegrass music]

♪ It started out at Mobile

♪ Thinkin' Memphis, Tennessee

♪ It's bye-bye Mobile

♪ Hello Memphis, Tennessee

♪ Well if I'm not there by midnight ♪

♪ Baby don't wait up on me

♪ With blood on my hands

♪ You know I really lit the fuse ♪

♪ Rode off into the night with nothin' left to lose ♪

♪ Now I'll die a wanted man

♪ But I was born with the blues ♪

♪ You gotta keep it movin'

♪ And movin' it right along

♪ You've gotta keep your feet a-movin' ♪

♪ When you're wanted by the law ♪

♪ What I left behind in Mobile is the words of a song ♪

♪ When all you got is nothin'

♪ You got nothin' left to lose

♪ When all you got is nothin'

♪ You got nothin' left to lose

♪ Now I'll die a wanted man

♪ But I was born with the blues ♪

[audience applauding]

[bluegrass dobro solo]

[bluegrass guitar solo]

["Pride and Joy" by Stevie Ray Vaughan]

♪ Well you've heard about love give sight to the blind ♪

♪ My baby's lovin' cause the sun to shine ♪

♪ She's my sweet little thing

♪ She's my pride and joy

♪ She's my sweet little baby

♪ I'm her little lover boy

♪ Well I love my lady

♪ Heart and soul

♪ Love like ours won't ever grow old ♪

♪ She's my sweet little thing

♪ She's my pride and joy

♪ She's my sweet little baby

♪ And I'm her little lover boy

♪ Well I love my lady

♪ Heart and soul

♪ Love like ours won't ever grow old ♪

♪ Sweet little thing

♪ She's my pride and joy

♪ She's my sweet little baby

♪ And I'm her little lover boy

♪ well I love my lady

♪ Finest wine

♪ Stick with her 'til the end of time ♪

♪ She's my sweet little thing

♪ She's my pride and joy

♪ I'm her little lover boy

♪ Heard about love give sight to the blind ♪

♪ My baby's lovin' cause the sun to shine ♪

♪ She's my sweet little thing

♪ She's my pride and joy

♪ She's my sweet little baby

♪ I'm her little lover boy

♪ She's my sweet little baby

♪ And I'm her little lover boy

[audience applauding]

["That's What Leaving's For" by Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley]

♪ I don't have to say goodbye

♪ You don't have to slam no doors ♪

♪ And I don't have to breakdown ♪

♪ And beg you to love me anymore ♪

♪ There's no chance in makin' up ♪

♪ There's no hope for me and you ♪

♪ But there are no need for words ♪

♪ When love is through

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ You don't have to let your guard down ♪

♪ I don't have to build my walls ♪

♪ But the show is finally over

♪ We can cue the curtain calls

♪ We don't have to hold together ♪

♪ We can finally fall apart

♪ With a chip on both our shoulders ♪

♪ And a crack right through our hearts ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ Nothin' to say

♪ No reason to stay like before ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ Leavin', goin', gone forever

♪ Well there's one thing I know for sure ♪

♪ It may be tough but come whatever ♪

♪ There's nothin' 1,000 miles won't cure ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ Nothin' to say

♪ No reason to stay like before ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

♪ Well that's what leavin's for ♪

[audience applauding]

["Everywhere I Go is a Long Way From Home"]

♪ Well the fever hit me early on ♪

♪ When I was still a kid

♪ I was born to chase the black tops ♪

♪ That's just what I did

♪ First time I strummed a guitar ♪

♪ And sang a sad old country song ♪

♪ I knew everywhere I traveled

♪ Would be a long way from home ♪

♪ I played honky-tonk at dive bars ♪

♪ And packed out parkin' lots

♪ Payin' dues and singin' blues ♪

♪ Givin' everything I've got

♪ Well it sure as hell ain't easy ♪

♪ Travelin' down this road alone ♪

♪ Knowin' everywhere I go is a long way from home ♪

♪ Sometimes it may be tough

♪ But I wouldn't trade a thing

♪ I know I'll be content

♪ As long as I can play and sing ♪

♪ There's one thing for sure

♪ I'll always be movin' on

♪ And everywhere I go

♪ Is a long way from home

♪ I got a girl in Nashville

♪ That keeps me pushin' through ♪

♪ She's always got my back and believes in what I do ♪

♪ And I'll always hurry back

♪ Every time that I am gone

♪ 'Cause everywhere I go is a long way from home ♪

♪ Sometimes it may be tough

♪ But I wouldn't trade a thing

♪ I know I'll be content

♪ As long as I can play and sing ♪

♪ There's one thing for sure

♪ I'll always be movin' on

♪ And everywhere I go

♪ Is a long way from home

♪ Sometimes it may be tough

♪ But I wouldn't trade a thing

♪ I know I'll be content

♪ As long as I can play and sing ♪

♪ There's one thing for sure

♪ I'll always be movin' on

♪ And everywhere I go

♪ Is a long way from home

♪ Yeah everywhere I go

♪ Is a long way

♪ From home

[audience applauding]

- Thank god [mumbles].

- Thank you so much.

- Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

closing out another great hour of music.

Well that's it for the show,

but join us again for more of the best music out today.

For more information on Song of the Mountains

and our region, visit songofthemountains.org.

I'm Tim White, I'll see you next time.

["Cherokee Shuffle" by Gerald Anderson]

- [Female Announcer]: This program is made possible in part by

the town of Marion,

home of the Wayne Henderson School of Appalachian Arts,

celebrating 21 years as a certified

Virginia Main Street community.

The historic General Francis Marion Hotel

and the Speakeasy Restaurant and Lounge,

providing accommodations and casual fine dining

in downtown Marion, Virginia.

The Bank of Marion, technology-powered, service-driven.

WBRF, 98.1 FM.

And Bryant Label, a proud supporter

of our region's musical heritage.

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