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WRECK ON THE HIGHWAY “Wreck on the Highway” was written by Dorsey M Dixon, of the Dixon Brothers, and was recorded by them in the late 1930s on the Bluebird label. Roy Acuff made this song a big hit in 1940. He was the first true singing star of the Opry, and an impressive showman […]


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YANKEE DOODLE Yankee Doodle” is a well-known US song, often sung patriotically today. It is the state anthem of Connecticut. The song’s origins were in a pre-Revolutionary War song originally by British military officers to mock the disheveled, disorganized colonial “Yankees” with whom they served in the French and Indian War. The word doodle first […]


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YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS “The Yellow Rose of Texas” is a traditional folk song which has long been popular in the United States and is considered an unofficial state song of Texas. The actual author is unknown; the original publisher (Firth, Pond & Co.) only stated that it was composed and arranged expressly for Charles […]


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  This memorable tune from the Charleston era was inspired by a pig! The composers, Donaldson & Kahn, were visiting their friend, entertainer Eddie Cantor, when Cantor’s daughter Marjorie brought out one of her favorite toys, a walking mechanical pig. She wound it up and it started walking in rhythm while two notes kept coming […]

How government should work part2

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Following the individual, and his/her ability to self govern themselves, the next level of government must be the family unit. When two individuals join in marriage, they form this unit and begin to expand through their offsprings. The Family concept is perhaps the most effective form of small government. When a family remains close knit, […]

Banjo Mountain TV

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Live Video Feed & Pre-recorded videos will be streamed as often as resources allow. If you would like to do a performance; join Banjo Mountain and leave either a request for a live Skype broadcast, or you can upload a video to youtube and share the link in the comments area. Your video will be […]

What’s Ahead?

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A faction of individuals globally have come to clarity on the subjects of “Common Law VS Commercial Law” or Law of the Land vs Admiralty Law (the Law of the Sea or the Law of Money). Possessing this knowledge will lend in comprehension of the subsequent article, but not needed to grasp the concept. Technology […]