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Volunteer Spotlight – November 2018

Mary Anne Moorman

November 12, 2018 - 4:02 pm

Mary Anne Moorman, aka, Auntmama
Host of Sunday Folks

How long have you volunteered at KBCS:

I’m going with 15 years cause I really can’t remember

What was the first song you played on KBCS:

The first story I told was Daddy Bird and segue was Little Birdie so Little Birdie off a Smithsonian Collection might be it as for Sunday Folks, Mark O’Connor’s Emily Reel…and been opening with it ever since or I’d never remember…repeat 15 years. Or was it 16?

Your First Concert:

I’m thinking the Louvin Brothers about 1952. A guy named Elvis opened for them—Roanoke American Legion Auditorium

Favorite Saturday Night Album:

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Dead Heads, on KBCS Currently Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, Bobbie Blue Bland oh and in order to have Sat night at home Dejah Leger’s Kids/Family and Lullabies

Favorite Sunday Morning Album:

Jimmy Rogers, Miss Kitty Wells, Kate Campbell, Dori Freeman, Johnny Cash (you didn’t mean just one?)

What album do you own and love that would surprise your listeners:

La Traviata or Carmen, Bach Cello Suites and on the flip side….Lusine, Fresh Espresso (Glamour), Tatum Greenblatt’ “Imprints”