Knoxville Videos

Songs of Appalachia: Songbird Lou Wilson

For 78-year-old Lou Wilson of Speedwell, Tenn., “singing means more to me than just about anything.” Wilson has been singing and playing the guitar for decades. Video by Lauren Spuhler/

Songs of Appalachia: Fiddler Charlie Acuff

Eighty-eight-year-old Charlie Acuff is the elder statesman of Knoxville’s old-time music scene. He was 12 years old when he learned to play the fiddle, and by the 1930′s, he was performing regularly on the radio with his brother, Gayle, as well as at schools, square dances and social events.

Songs of Appalachia: Clyde Davenport still fiddling at 85

Old time fiddler Clyde Davenport, 85, has been playing for 76 years. Listen as he performs some tunes in his Jamestown, Tenn. living room. Video by Lauren Spuhler/

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