Back on this date (November 28th) in 1925, the Grand Ole Opry started broadcasting folk and country music from Nashville, Tennessee. In case you are interested, it wasn't the first broadcast show featuring that type of music. The National Barn Dance out of Chicago, also aired on Saturday night, had started about a year before the Grand Ole Opry. It seems to me that country western and bluegrass music, which is unique to this country, has a lot of fans, me being one of them.
I have been a fan even back in the 1950's when I was growing up. I lived in western Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh had a couple of radio stations that played country music. When I went to college, folk music was popular with me and I got to watch in person the filming of a Hootenanny show that featured folk music. My memory isn't all that good but I believe the Kingston Trio were the star performers.
Today, my favorite music is bluegrass and I listen to it every night after I get into bed. Now tell me, does any one else remember those Hootenanny shows? Does anyone like bluegrass music. Just enjoy what ever music you like and have a great evening, you hear?