The Signal
1:26 pm
Mon December 23, 2013

The Signal: 12.27.13

Hugh Campbell, Burton DeBusk, and Caleb Stine (photo credit: Travis Kitchens)

  It was a wintry Saturday afternoon in rural Cecil County, Maryland, at a one-room post office turned furniture shop near the town of Elkton.  Outside the old building, a January wind whistled over snow banks, through the bare branches of trees.  But inside, a warm camaraderie was emanating through the room.  Three musicians sat together, acoustic guitars on their knees, trading stories and songs, and bridging an age-span of three generations between them.  In this special edition of The Signal, producer Aaron Henkin and Maryland Traditions folklorist Cliff Murphy share a selection of recordings made on-site at this multi-generational meeting of the minds, a conversation in songs between folk musicians Burton DeBusk, Hugh Campbell, and Caleb Stine.  

a conversation in song, with Caleb Stine, Hugh Campbell, and Burton DeBusk

Check out these video excerpts of the program, shot by Travis Ktchens:

Burton sings "The Monkey & the Buzzard" *** Burton, Hugh, and Caleb sing "In the Sweet Bye & Bye" *** Caleb sings "My Service Isn’t Needed Anymore"*** Burton meets Caleb*** 

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