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Wayne W. Daniel (Author)
Born:  February 14, 1929
Died:  February 16, 2021

About The Author

Professor Wayne W. Daniel was a long time fan and wrote numerous articles related to the history of country music. He was one of the first people to discover this web site and was a long time supporter and friend to the site with his many contributions and insight.

Georgia State Professor Emeritus Dr. Wayne W. Daniel recently funded a library endowment to support the acquisition of material related to Southern gospel, bluegrass and country music. The collection?which includes material amassed personally by Daniel will be part of the Special Collections Popular Music archive. As a note, the webmaster for this site has taken advantage of Mr. Daniel's endowment and donated and shipped his collection to Georgia State University.

ICMC 2014 - Wayne W. Daniel; Keving Fleming; Nashville TN ICMC 2014 - Kevin Fleming; Wayne W. Daniel; Nashville TN

  1. "From Barn Dance Emcee to Recording Company Executive -- The Story of Cotton Carrier", John Edwards Memorial Foundation Quarterly 15 (Winter 1979, pp. 230-236).

  2. "A. A. Gray: Georgia State Fiddling Champion", The Devil's Box, 13 (December 1, 1979, pp. 44-48).

  3. International Country Music Conference June 2002; Wayne W. Daniel; Roni Stoneman
  4. "Cotton Carrier, Master of WSB's Barn Dance", Marquee, (January 4, 1980, p. 7).

  5. "The Georgia Old-Time Fiddlers' Convention: 1920 Edition". John Edwards Memorial Foundation Quarterly, 16 (Summer 1980, pp. 67-73).

  6. "Tex Foreman and Curley Collins Remember Pop Eckler and His Young 'Uns", John Edwards Memorial Foundation Quarterly, 16 (Fall 1980, pp. 133-139).

  7. "Jimmy Jones -- Tallapoosa, Georgia's Old-Time Fiddler", The Devil's Box (March 1, 1980, pp. 25-30).

  8. "So You Want To Promote a Bluegrass Festival", Bluegrass Unlimited, 14 (April, 1980, pp. 78-83).

  9. "The Smallest Banjo Picker Around -- Lewis Phillips", Bluegrass Unlimited, 15 (September 1980, pp. 24-25).

  10. "The Fiddling Parkers: Brothers with Separate Careers", The Devil's Box 14 (September 1, 1980, pp. 39-49).

  11. "Carl Leming -- The Flying Fiddler", The Devil's Box 14 (December 1, 1980, pp. 35-41).

  12. "Bill Gatins and His Jug Band", Old Time Music (Autumn 1981 - Spring 1982, pp. 8-13).

  13. "Flying High -- The Dixie Hoedowners", Bluegrass Unlimited, 15 (February 1981, pp. 20-25).

  14. "The Lewis Family -- First Family of Bluegrass Gospel", Frets, 3 (September 1981, pp. 21-25).

  15. "Roots of Bluegrass -- The Holden Brothers", Bluegrass Unlimited 16 (November 1981, pp. 24-30).

  16. "Bill and Earl Bolick Remember the Blue Sky Boys", Bluegrass Unlimited 16 (September, 1981, pp. 14-21).

  17. "Old Time Fiddlers' Contests on Early Radio". John Edwards Memorial Foundation Quarterly, 17 (Fall 1981, pp. 159-165).

  18. "Old-Time Georgians Recall the Georgia Old-Time Fiddlers' Conventions", The Devil's Box 15 (March 1, 1981, p. 7-16).

  19. "Slimbo Smith -- Cross Road Follies Fiddler: An Update", The Devil's Box (March 1, 1981, pp. 41-42).

  20. "Fiddlin' Joe Brown From Burnt Hickory", The Devil's Box 15 (June 1, 1981 pp. 7-15).

  21. "'Shorty' Harper: Georgia State Fiddling Champion of 1915 and 1916", The Devil's Box 15 (June 1, 1981, pp. 43-50).

  22. "Harpo Kidwell: Portrait of an Early Country Musician", Journal of Country Music 9 (No. 2, 1982, pp. 26-33).

  23. "'We Had to be Different to Survive' -- Billy Carrier Remembers the Swanee River Boys (With a Preliminary Numerical Record Listing)", John Edwards Memorial Foundation Quarterly, 18 (Spring/Summer 1982, pp. 59-83).

  24. "Wilma Lee Cooper, America's Most Authentic Mountain Singer", Bluegrass Unlimited, 16 (February 1982, pp. 12-17).

  25. "Women's Lib and the Georgia Old-Time Fiddlers' Conventions: The Story of Mrs. J. P. Wheeler, Georgia's Reigning Woman Fiddle Champion", The Devil's Box 16 (March 1, 1982, pp. 10-19).

  26. "Rocky Top -- The Song and the Man and Woman Who Wrote It", Bluegrass Unlimited 16 (April 1982, pp. 20-23).

  27. "Georgia's Pioneer Country Artists and Early Radio", Bluegrass Unlimited 16 (May, 1982, pp. 36-43).

  28. International Country Music Conference June 2002; Wayne W. Daniel
  29. "And Tyler, Too ... A Fiddler, Too!", The Devil's Box 16 (June 1, 1982, pp. 27-30).

  30. "Josh Graves -- A Dobro Virtuoso", Bluegrass Unlimited 17 (July 1982, pp. 44-48).

  31. "The Georgia Old-Time Fiddlers' Conventions -- A Pleasant Time Was Had By All", Bluegrass Unlimited 17 (August 1982, pp. 42-47).

  32. "Mack Compton -- Disciple of Lowe Stokes", The Devil's Box 16 (September 1, 1982, pp. 46-52).

  33. "Bobby Atcheson: Country Fiddler and Multi-Media Artist", The Devil's Box 17 (Summer 1983, pp. 29-39).

  34. "George Daniell's Hill Billies: The Band That Named the Music?" John Edwards Memorial Forum Quarterly 19 (Summer 1983, pp. 81-84).

  35. "Geoff Hohwald -- Banjo Picking Entrepreneur", Bluegrass Unlimited 17 (May 1983, pp. 40-43).

  36. "The National Barn Dance on Network Radio: The 1930's", The Journal of Country Music 9 (No. 3, 1983, pp. 47-62).

  37. "Old Time Fiddling on Early Radio", The Devil's Box 17 (Spring 1983, pp 3-9).

  38. "A 'Serious' Music Journal's (Occasional) Look at Old-Time Fiddling", The Devil's Box 17 (Winter 1984, pp. 29-36).

  39. "Fiddling in North America: A Selected Annotated Bibliography", The Devil's Box 18 (Fall 1984, pp. 35-39).

  40. "The Cradle of Country Music", Atlanta Weekly (March 4, 1984, pp. 10-12, 14, 15, 18).

  41. "Making a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord -- The Gospel Roots of Bluegrass", Bluegrass Unlimited 19 (March 1985, pp. 58-62).

  42. "The Pine Ridge Boys", Old Time Music 40 (Winter 1984, pp. 8-11). Reprinted in The Renfro Valley Bugle, March 1997, pp. 4-5, 9.

  43. "Fiddlin' John Carson, The World's First Commercial Country Music Artist", Bluegrass Unlimited 20 (July 1985, pp. 40-43).

  44. "They Left Them to Die Like 'The Tramp on the Street': The Story of Grady and Hazel Cole", Bluegrass Unlimited 20 (August 1985, pp. 69-74).

  45. "Cousin Emmy: A Popular Performer Country Music History Almost Forgot", Bluegrass Unlimited 20 (October 1985, pp. 64-68).

  46. "Joe Collins -- The Georgia State Fiddling Champion Who Didn't Own a Fiddle", The Devil's Box 19 (Winter 1985, pp. 24-28).

  47. "Georgia Fiddling Champion -- A. A. Gray", Old Time Music 41 (Spring 1985, pp. 9-13).

  48. "Making Music Together: High Notes With the Lewis Family", Atlanta Weekly (August 25, 1985, pp. 44-47).

  49. "Lulu Belle and Scotty -- Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?" Bluegrass Unlimited 20 (March 1986, pp. 70-76).

  50. "The Memphis Fiddlers' Conventions of 1925 and 1926", The Devil's Box 19 (Summer 1985, pp. 15-22).

  51. "Eddie Stubbs -- Second Generation Bluegrass Fiddler", The Devil's Box 20 (Summer 1986, pp. 44-51).

  52. "Mountain Soul: The Epic of Bluegrass", Creative Loafing 15 (June 21, 1986, pp. 1A, 11A).

  53. "The Fifteenth Annual Grand Master Fiddler Contest", The Devil's Box 20 (Fall 1986, pp. 46-53).

  54. "Mechanics and Musicians -- Henry Ford and Old-Time Music", The Devil's Box 20 (Fall 1986, pp. 17-25).

  55. "The Sixteenth Annual Grand Master Fiddler Championship", The Devil's Box 21 (Fall 1987, pp. 26-34).

  56. "The Bow -- Neglected Necessity?" The Devil's Box 21 (Fall 1987, pp. 35-48).

  57. "Chubby Wise: Dean of the Bluegrass Fiddlers", Bluegrass Unlimited 21 (April 1987, pp. 32-35).

  58. "Glen Duncan: Master of the Five-String (Fiddle, That Is)", The Devil's Box 21 (Summer 1987, pp. 6-13).

  59. "Renfro Valley, Kentucky: The Valley Where Time Stands Still", Bluegrass Unlimited 22 (January 1988, pp. 54-58).

  60. "The Marksmen: Bluegrass Gospel, Straight and to the Point", Bluegrass Unlimited 22 (February 1988, pp. 36-38).

  61. "Renfro Valley Fiddlers' Convention, Where Every Participant Wins First Place". The Devil's Box 22 (Spring 1988, pp. 31-38).

  62. "Atlanta Mural Honors Fiddling". The Devil's Box 22 (Spring 1988, pp. 43-45).

  63. Pickin' On Peachtree by Wayne W. Daniel; 1990
  64. "Jeff and Sheri Easter: A Perfect Blend of Bluegrass, Country and Southern Gospel". Bluegrass Unlimited 22 (May 1988, pp. 14-26).

  65. "Jim Gaskin: Old Time Fiddler & Voice of the Renfro Valley Sunday Mornin' Gatherin'". Bluegrass Unlimited 22 (May 1988, pp. 40-44).

  66. "The Skillet Lickers: Four Generations of Georgia Fiddlers". The Devil's Box 22 (Summer 1988, pp. 27-36).

  67. "Dale Morris, Jr.: 1988 Grand Master Fiddle Champion". The Devil's Box 22 (Fall 1988, pp. 6-14).

  68. "The Charles M. Russell Violin". The Devil's Box 22 (Fall 1988, pp. 17-19).

  69. "Fiddler Turned Scholar -- Blaine Sprouse". Bluegrass Unlimited 23 (November 1988, pp. 26-30).

  70. "A Visit With Buddy Spicher: A Day in the Life of a Nashville Fiddler". The Devil's Box 22 (Winter 1988, pp. 3-12).

  71. "The Sunshine Boys: A Study in Versatility". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music 1 (January-February 1989, pp. 24-28).

  72. "The Lewis Family". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music 1 (March/April 1989, pp. 4-9).

  73. "Good Old Songs, Good Old Jokes, Good Old Boys: Old Joe Clark and Terry". Bluegrass Unlimited 23 (April 1989, pp. 32-36).

  74. "Banjos in the Barn". Americana 17 (March/April 1989, p. 11).

  75. "Doyle Lawson: The Gospel Side". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music 2 (May/June 89, pp. 14-17).

  76. "The Ballad of the 1988 Renfro Valley Fiddlers Convention (The Way It Might Have Been Written)". The Devil's Box (Spring 1989, pp. 3-12).

  77. "Joe Edwards: Grand Ole Opry Fiddler". The Devil's Box (Summer 1989, pp. 15-22).

  78. "Happy Hal Burns and the Garrett's Snuff Varieties". Bluegrass Unlimited (November 1989, pp. 23-27).

  79. "Lee Roy Abernathy, Gospel Music Entrepreneur". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music (September/October 1989, pp. 21-27).

  80. "Country Music Taste Maker". Georgia Journal (Fall 1989, pp. 13-16).

  81. "John Hartford Talks About Old-Time Music". The Devil's Box (Fall 1989, pp. 3-13).

  82. "Youth Triumphant: Or The 1989 Grand Master Fiddler Championship". The Devil's Box (Fall 1989, pp. 40-45).

  83. "Fiddle: If You Can't Play The Instrument, Play The Word". The Devil's Box (Winter 1989, pp. 39-42).

  84. "Well Traveled Rhodes: Meet Dusty and Dot". Bluegrass Unlimited, (January 1990, pp. 23-27).

  85. "Bluegrass On The General Jackson". Bluegrass Unlimited (April 1990, pp. 58-59).

  86. "The Swanee River Boys, Minstrels of the Deep South". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music (January/February 1990, pp. 4-14).

  87. "Renfro Valley, Kentucky: A Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration". The Devil's Box (Spring 1990, pp. 3-7).

  88. "Old-Time Music Highlights Museum of Appalachia's 10th Annual Tennessee Fall Homecoming". The Devil's Box (Spring 1990, pp. 28-33).

  89. "The Rev. Andrew Jenkins Family, Pioneer Gospel Music Artists on Radio and Records". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music (May/June 1990, pp. 19-25).

  90. "Tom Watson of Georgia: Politician and Fiddler". The Devil's Box (Summer 1990, pp. 12-16).

  91. "Renfro Valley: The Seventh Annual Fiddlers' Convention". The Devil's Box (Summer 1990, pp. 45-49).

  92. "The Serious Side of Roni Stoneman". Bluegrass Unlimited (June 1990, pp. 46-50).

  93. "The John Daniel Quartet: Country Gospel Pioneers". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music (September/October 1990, pp. 21-27).

  94. "Museum of Appalachia Band: Old-Time Music in an Old-Time Setting". Bluegrass Unlimited (October 1990, pp. 27-32).

  95. "Billy Joe Royal -- Bigger Than Ever as Country Star". Georgia Journal (Fall 1990, pp. 22-25).

  96. "Heaven's Echoes: Bluegrass Gospel, Pure and Simple". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music (November/December 1990, pp. 13-16).

  97. "Gospel Music at the Museum of Appalachia: Old-Time Singing in an Old-Time Setting". Precious Memories: Journal of Gospel Music (November/December 1990, pp. 39-41).

  98. "Claude Davis, Hoke Rice, Curly Fox and Those Other Carolina Tarheels". Bluegrass Unlimited (November 1990, pp. 35-39).

  99. Pickin' On Peachtree by Wayne W. Daniel; 1990
  100. "Joy King: She Loves to Yodel and Repair Fiddles". The Devil's Box (Fall 1990, pp. 41-45).

  101. "Earl White: Grand Ole Opry's Old-Time Fiddler". The Devil's Box (Winter 1990, pp. 28-35).

  102. "The Saga of the Maddox Brothers and Rose: A Country Music Success Story". Bluegrass Unlimited (December 1990, pp. 33-39).

  103. "Old-Time Fiddling in New Surroundings: The Eighth Annual Renfro Valley Fiddlers' Convention". The Devil's Box (Summer 1991, pp. 38-45).

  104. "James D. Vaughan, The Vaughan School of Music, and the Origins of Country Gospel Music". Precious Memories (July/August 1991, pp. 15-19).

  105. "The LeFevres". Rejoice! (August/September 1991, pp. 3-8).

  106. "The Big Star from Newnan (Alan Jackson)". Georgia Journal (Fall 1991, pp. 20-22).

  107. "Walley Fowler, The All-Night Singing Man". Precious Memories (September/October 1991, pp. 21-27).

  108. "Gospel Music at Renfro Valley, Kentucky". Precious Memories (November/December 1991, pp. 15-18).

  109. "Bill Sky Family and Old-Time Gospel Music". Precious Memories (January/February 1992, pp. 15-19).

  110. ICMC 2012 - Wayne W. Daniel; Tom Wilmeth; Nashville TN
  111. "Patsy Montana: Everybody's Sweetheart". Old Time Country (Spring 1992, pp. 6-10).

  112. "WLS National Barn Dance: Uptown Downhome Music in the Old Hayloft". Old Time Country (Spring 1992, pp. 14-18).

  113. "The Renfro Valley Barn Dance". Good Old Days Special Issues (July 1992, pp. 56-60).

  114. "Bill Stewart and the Stewart Family: Carrying the Torch for Traditional Music". The Devil's Box (Summer 1992, pp. 12-20).

  115. "The Traditional Roots of Jumpin' Bill Carlisle". Bluegrass Unlimited (June 1992, pp. 41-44).

  116. "Variety Sparks Renfro Valley's Ninth Annual Old-Time Fiddlers' Festival". The Devil's Box (Spring 1992, pp. 8-16).

  117. "Museum of Appalachia's Hall of Fame Opens". The Devil's Box (Fall 1992, pp. 45-47).

  118. "Grady and Hazel Cole and 'The Tramp On The Street'". Rejoice! (June/July 1992, pp. 8-11).

  119. "The Jordanaires: Gordon Stoker Talks About His Career in Gospel Music". Rejoice! (October/November 1992, pp. 6-9).

  120. "The Renfro Valley Barn Dance -- The First Fifty Years". Old Time Country (Fall 1992, pp. 4-7).

  121. "Emory & Linda Lou Martin: Sweethearts of Renfro Valley". Old Time Country (Fall 1992, pp. 8-11).

  122. "Pete Cassell, King of the Hillbillies". Bluegrass Unlimited (May 1993, pp. 50-55).

  123. "Pete Cassell, 'Blind Minstrel'". Liner Notes for Old Homestead Long Play Album (OHS-336, 1993).

  124. "Boy Learned of War's Toll Through 'Hillbilly Songs"', in Mulvey, Deb, editor, We Pulled Together ... and Won! Greendale, WI: Reiman Publications (1993, p. 144).

  125. "King of the Gizmo: Captain Stubby". Journal of Country Music (Volume 15, No. 3, pp. 8-10).

  126. "Listening to the National Barn Dance". Good Old Days (October 1993, pp. 22-26).

  127. "Chick Stripling -- Dancer, Comedian, and Old-Time Fiddler". Bluegrass Unlimited (November 1993, pp. 36-39).

  128. "Roy Acuff and the Grand Ole Opry". Good Old Days (December 1993, pp. 21-23).

  129. "A Classic Radio Collection". [The National Barn Dance], Grit (November 7, 1993, p. 8).

  130. "Collecting the 'Golden Days' of Radio". [The National Barn Dance], Today's Collector (December 1993, pp. 50-51).

  131. "Bernie Smith and Clayton McMichen". The Devil's Box (Winter 1993, pp. 17-25).

  132. "A Voice Like a Friendly Handshake (Ernie Lee)". Journal of Country Music (Volume 16, No. 1 1993, pp. 8-10).

  133. "Goober Buchanan, The Favorite Nut of the South". Old Time Country 9 (Fall 93/Winter '94, pp. 12-17).

  134. ICMC 2012 - Wayne W. Daniel; Anthonly Lis; RCA Studio B; Nashville TN
  135. "Guy Blakeman: Kentucky Fiddler". Old Time Country 9 (Fall '93/Winter '94, pp. 18-21). Reprinted in The Renfro Valley Bugle, February 1997, p. 4

  136. "Eric and Ethan Eversole -- The Renfro Valley Barn Dance's Youthful Link To Its Traditional Past". The Old-Time Herald (Summer 1994, pp. 20-23).

  137. "Sleepy Marlin, International Fiddle Champion". The Devil's Box (Summer 1994, pp. 33-41).

  138. "Jerry Behrens: Renfro Valley's Louisiana Blue Yodeler". Old Time Country (Spring 1994, pp. 12-15).

  139. "Fiddle Player Wade Ray: A Versatile Entertainer". The Devil's Box (Winter 1994, pp. 3-11).

  140. "The Amburgey Sisters: Pioneer All-Female String Band". Bluegrass Unlimited (February 1995, pp. 20-26).

  141. "Frank Maloy: Fiddler, Teacher, and Enthusiast". The Devil's Box (Summer 1995, pp. 3-9).

  142. "Bob Atcher: The Singing Cowboy From Bluegrass Country". Journal of Country Music, V. 17, No. 3 (1995, pp. 47-51).

  143. "Randy Howard: World Champion Fiddler," The Devil's Box, Winter 1995, pp. 3-10.

  144. "Patsy Montana: Everybody's Cowgirl Sweetheart," Nostalgia Digest, February-March 1996, pp. 26-31.

  145. "Carl Queen--For Twenty-five Years Georgia's King of Bluegrass Records," The SEBA Breakdown. June 1996, pp. 147-153.

  146. "J. M. Henson, Gospel Music Entrepreneur," Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, Vol. LVII, No. 4 (1996), pp. 147-153.

  147. "The Prairie Ramblers and their Fiddlers," The Devil's Box, Fall 1996, pp. 14-24.

  148. "'Are You Ready, Hezzie?' And Other Harmonious High Jinks of Those Hilarious Hoosier Hot Shots," Nostalgia Digest, October-November 1996, pp. 26-30.

  149. "The Rice Brothers: Hillbillies With Uptown Ambitions," The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music, October 1996, pp. 18-19.

  150. "William Smith (Bill) Monroe" Obituary, The SEBA Breakdown, November 1996, pp. 1, 6.

  151. "A Bluegrass Family (The Lewis Family)," E Street Journal, Spring 1997, pp. 30-31.

  152. "Bill Monroe: The Father of Bluegrass Music," program, 21st Annual Peach Blossom Bluegrass Festival, Marietta, Georgia, April 5, 1997.

  153. "Gid Tanner," The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music, April 1997, pp. 11-13, 34.

  154. "Fiddlin' John Carson -- Radio and Recording Pioneer," The Journal of the American Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time country Music, April 1997, p. 23.

  155. "The DeZurik Sisters and the Cackle Sisters," Nostalgia Digest, June-July 1997, pp. 14-19.

  156. "Charlie D. Tillman: Christ Was the Conductor on His 'Life's Railway to Heaven,'" Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, Volume LVIII, No. 2 (1997), pp. 49-59.

  157. "The Legacy of A. P. Carter," The Devil's Box, Summer 1997, pp. 25-28.

  158. "The Prairie Ramblers: Country Music Pioneers," Nostalgia Digest, December 1998/January 1999, pp. 32-37.

  159. "Arkie the Arkansas Woodchopper," in Kingsbury, Paul, editor, Encyclopedia of Country Music (ECM), New York, Oxford University Press, 1998, p. 15.

  160. ICMC 2013 - Wayne W. Daniel; RCA Studio B; Nashville TN
  161. "The Carlisles," in Kingsbury (ECM), pp. 78-79.

  162. "Pete Cassell," in Kingsbury (ECM), p. 88.

  163. "Cumberland Ridge Runners," in Kingsbury (ECM), p. 121.

  164. "George Gobel," in Kingsbury (ECM), p. 205.

  165. "Hoosier Hot Shots," in Kingsbury (ECM), pp. 246-247.

  166. "Rev. Andrew Jenkins," in Kingsbury (ECM), pp. 262-263.

  167. "The Lowery Music Group," in Kingsbury (ECM), pp. 307-308.

  168. "National Barn Dance," in Kingsbury (ECM), pp. 372-373.

  169. "Pie Plant Pete," in Kingsbury (ECM), p. 415.

  170. "The Rice Brothers," in Kingsbury (ECM), p. 442.

  171. "Redd Stewart," in Kingsbury (ECM), p. 508.

  172. "Curley Williams and His Georgia Peach Pickers," in Kingsbury (ECM), p. 588.

  173. "The Prairie Ramblers," Discoveries, February 1999, pp. 34-43.

  174. "Redd Stewart, Partner of Pee Wee King -- They're the Rodgers and Hammerstein of Country Music," The Devil's Box, Winter 1998, pp. 34 - 41.

  175. "Curley Williams: Country Fiddler, Western Swing bandleader, Composer of Pop Music Hit," The Devil's Box, Spring 1999, pp. 3-17.

  176. "The Ranch Romance of Louise Massey & the Westerners," The Journal of Country Music, Volume 20/No. 3, pp. 37-41.

  177. "Wiregrass Fiddlers Add Musical Touch to Living History," The Devil's Box, Summer 1999, pp. 3-10.

  178. "Remembering Gene and Roy," The Christian Index, October 7, 1999, p. 8.

  179. "Foreword," to Stamper, Pete, It All Happened in Renfro Valley, Lexington, KY, The University Press of Kentucky, 1999.

  180. "Fiddles, Fiddlers, and Fiddling in American Short Fiction," Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, Vol. LIX, No. 2 (1999), pp. 61-68.

  181. "Georgia's Gift to Southern Gospel Music,"The Christian Index, July 6, 2000, pp. 10-11.

  182. "Harmony in the Old-Time Tradition: Gospel Music in Georgia," Georgia Magazine, November 2000, pp. 12-15.

  183. "Ridin' Down That Old Texas Trail With Louise Massey and the Westerners," booklet to accompany Cattle Compact Mono CCD 235, Binge Discs, Germany, 2000.

  184. "How a Salvation Army Hymn Became a Gospel Standard: The Story of "The Great Judgment Morning," in Wolfe, Charles K. and James E. Akenson, editors, Country Music Annual 2001, Lexington, The University Press of Kentucky, 2001, pp. 134-146.

  185. "Contests/Conventions," in Abramson, Rudy and Jean Haskell, editors, Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Knoxville, University of Tennessee Press, 2006, pp. 1138-39.

  186. "Fiddlin' John Carson," in Abramson, Rudy and Jean Haskell, editors, Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Knoxville, University of Tennessee Press, 2006, p. 1131.

  187. "Bluegrass Music," in Abramson, Rudy and Jean Haskell, editors, Encyclopedia of Appalachia Knoxville, University of Tennessee Press, 2006, pp. 1126-28.

  188. "National Barn Dance," in Abramson, Rudy and Jean Haskell, editors, Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Knoxville, University of Tennessee Press, 2006, p. 1728.

  189. "Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver," in Abramson, Rudy and Jean Haskell, editors, Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Knoxville, University of Tennessee Press, 2006, p. 1181.

  190. "Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper," in Abramson, Rudy and Jean Haskell, editors, Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Knoxville, University of Tennessee Press, 2006, p. 1139.

  191. "Gid Tanner and the Skillet Lickers," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org, 2004.

  192. "Fiddlin' John Carson," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  193. "Riley Puckett," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  194. "Clayton McMichen," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  195. "Georgia Old Time Fiddlers' Conventions," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  196. "J. M. Henson," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  197. "Charlie D. Tillman," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  198. "Rev. Andrew Jenkins," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  199. "The LeFevres," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  200. "If You Think You're 'Drifting Too Far From the Shore,' Maybe You Should 'Kneel at the Cross.' Such Might Have Been the Advice of Gospel Music Composer Charles E. Moody," Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, Vol. LX, No. 1, 2001, pp. 14-24.

  201. "They Put the West in Country-Western Music: Louise Massey and the Westerners," Nostalgia Digest, April/May 2002, pp. 26-33.

  202. "The Lewis Family," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia.org , 2004.

  203. "Gospel Singing Conventions," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia, 2004.

  204. "Southern Gospel Music," New Georgia Encyclopedia, www.georgiaencyclopedia , 2004.

  205. "Times Ain't Like They Used To Be-Kentucky Pioneer Country Musician Curley Collins Remembered," Bluegrass Unlimited, August 2002, pp. 66-72.

  206. "Gene Autry: America's Number 1 Singing Cowboy," Nostalgia Digest, February-March, 2003, pp. 6-14.

  207. "Polly Jenkins and Her Musical Plowboys: A Vaudeville Valedictory," in Wolfe, Charles K. and James E. Akenson, editors, The Women of Country Music: A Reader, Lexington, The University Press of Kentucky, 2003, pp. 1-17.

  208. ICMC 2014 - Wayne W. Daniel; Phil Collins; Nashville TN
  209. "Curley Williams and His Georgia Peach Pickers," booklet to accompany compact disc "Half As Much," Bear Family Records, BCD 16666 AH, 2004.

  210. "Carson J. Robison: Grandaddy of the Hillbillies," The Journal of Country Music, Volume 23, No. 3, pp. 28-37.

  211. "King of the Cowboys [Roy Rogers]," Nostalgia Digest, Winter 2005, 4-14.

  212. "Hayloft Patriotism: The National Barn Dance during World War II," in Charles K. Wolfe and James E. Akenson, editors, Country Music Goes to War, Lexington, University Press of Kentucky, 2005, pp. 81-101.

  213. "Carter, Alvin Pleasant Delaney," to be published in Dictionary of Virginia Biography, Volume 3, Richmond, The Library of Virginia.

  214. "Leave Me With a Smile, Pop to Country Crossover," Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, Volume LXI, No. 1, 2005, pp. 3-5.

  215. "Fleeting Beauty" (Country music artists on Vogue picture discs.), Journal of Country Music, Vol. 24.3, 2006.

International Country Music Conference June 2003; Mary and Wayne W. Daniel

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  • Hillbilly-Music.com would like to express its thanks to Phil Collins (son of Curly Collins) and Wayne W. Daniel for compiling the list of articles that Mr. Daniel has written over the years and decades related to country music.

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