Ozark Timber

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Living well off the beaten path in hillbilly shack in the Ozark Mountains, Carolyn Carter has been singing for her supper as long as she can remember. With a voice that is soft and wild, 100% Arkansas, Carolyn plays the listener's heart strings while stumming those of her guitar. Inspired by church music and folks like Joan Baez and Emmylou Harris, Carolyn is gifted and passes on the gift through her wonderful songs.

She'll be in Wisconsin for a brief tour, November 5-7, 2015, with the Madison Folk Society, followed by a Cotter Creek House Concert in Shawano, and ending with a performance in Mequon. Here's Carolyn's schedule.


All the songs in this program are written & performed by Carolyn Carter
The Hills of Arkansas - from The Hills of Arkansas
Good Timber - from Money Jar Road
Jacob Carter - from The Hills of Arkansas
The Quilt - from The Quilt
Lost Man's Creek - from The Quilt and The Hills of Arkansas
BONUS: Arkansas Farm Boy - from Money Jar Road

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10/11/2015
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Carolyn Carter is the real deal

I had the honor of playing music with Carolyn and I have to say she is the real
deal. Thank you so much for this show. Hearing her voice and stories again
brings me back to one of the most amazing moments in my life. She is an amazing
songwriter and one of the most humble people I have ever met and what an amazing
voice and spokeswoman for her community. An incredibly giving woman. Northern
Spirit Radio - my new spiritual friend. Thank you Mr. Helpsmeet!

cultural experience

Thank you Joel Kroenke for suggesting Carolyn Carter for this program. Thank you Mark for your interest and pursuit in doing the interview. Listening to Carolyn's stories, hearing the lyrics to her songs, and her clear, soulful, unforgettable voice is truly a cultural experience that we wouldn't have wanted to miss. Blessings to you for sharing it with so many people via your program.

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