Old Friends
  • Jan 6, 2017 7:00 pm
  • 58:28 mins

New stories and recent favorites from some of The Apple Seed's longest-running friendships. Stories included in this episode: The Call of Death Joe Herrington is known for his Western Tradition storytelling, cowboy poetry, and adventure writing. Audiences love Joe for his homespun Campfire Stories that highlight honor, courage, and rugged characters and for his poetry that touches the heart and tickles the soul. A long time contributor and friend of The Apple Seed, Joe shared some great new material, including this story, with us after we saw him at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee. To learn more about Joe's work visit www.joeherrington.com Damien's Limp The effervescent Geraldine Buckley was one of the first storytellers we interviewed on our program. A long time friend, contributor and supporter, Geraldine is always happy to share her stories and her friendship with us. This story is from a collection of new recordings given to us during her visit at Timpanogos Storytelling Festival. This story about Geraldine's brother, Damien, highlights the hooliganism of older brothers. To find more of Geraldine's work visit www.geraldinebuckley.com An Amateur Professional Wrestler With a voice like silly putty, stories full of heart and humor, Andy Offutt Irwin is a one-person show that is anyone can enjoy from the young to the young at heart. Mischievous, insightful, and energetic-- Andy is a long-time contributor to the Apple Seed and has become a familiar face at festivals, workshops, and conferences for us. To find more of Andy's work visit andyirwin.com Ugly Music Willy Claflin has been described as a "one-man festival." His energy and repertoire span many exciting sagas, yarns, misadventures and tales. Willy Claflin's enjoyable presence and attitude makes him seem like an old friend and kindred spirit to audiences all over the world. Find more of his work at www.willyclaflin.com

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