The Midwesterners

The Midwesterners

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
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Member Since: 2000
   Last Login: 2/18/2020

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"Clay St. Rag" I named this song after the street my family grew up on in Darlington. It's from my CD called "Magic Wind". It's mostly photos taken during the 1950s. Someone in the family must have had a good camera, and our mother did a great job of preserving them in a photo album. We had seven siblings in our family along with our parents Glenn and Evelyn; Ginna, Richard, Bob, Ed, Jean and Joan (the twins), and Irma. It was a musical family with our father and his siblings all playing instruments, my sisters Ginna (piano) and Jean (piano and guitar). Our great aunt Laura Judkins was the town music teacher so (thankfully for me) we were forced to take music lessons. I hope you enjoy it.

Director:

R. Wiegel

Credits:

thanks to 30 Minute Music Hour for clips.