But can she make sammitches? We gotta be serious here.
Now look up making silver rings with a spoon.
Not bad music either.
‘Round these parts they call it “Dew Mouth”
I coulda had a career in music
But my Mom wouldn’t let me play with the spoons
So are those spoons custom made?
In front of a trailer house, too.
Loved the hound dog wandering across the porch…
Good folk blues.
She’s the real thing (NC or TN?) from The hills;
the rest are pretenders and hipsters.
Good for her!
“You can pay me when you see me again, Josey Wales.”
Very good! And there’s a lot to be said for crazy toothless ladies.
Corona, I bet she can give a great Missouri Boat ride, too
Thanks for posting this. I watched a few of her videos on YouTube. In the one entitled No Wolf Can Blow My House Down she talks about having four kids and having to give them up for adoption when her husband went to jail. She couldn’t stay in her empty home so she hit the road. It’s a sad American story. It’s amazing that she isn’t on welfare.
Original musical spoons were just two regular metal spoons (or sometimes wooden spoons) and had to be held just right so they wouldn’t fly out of your hand. In the 60s they came out with commercially manufactured spoons which were permanently connected and were much easier to play. I still have my set made in the U.S.A. from the 1960s.
Love it, great song. Go girl! She’s tearin’ up those spoons. Banjo Man’s not bad either.
That’s the first time I’ve seen anyone play a suitcase as a bass drum…
I particularly liked the little coordinated tshh-ding at the end!