|Julie Ann Johnson, Part 1
Julie Ann Johnson, Part 1
“Julie Ann Johnson” comes from fiddler Emmett Lundy, who was recorded for the Library of Congress in the 1930s. Lundy was from the Galax, Virginia, area and his style, especially some of the things he does with the bow, harks back to Scottish fiddling. You can hear his recording of “Julie Ann Johnson” at Slippery Hill (slipperyhill.com), which features source recordings for a large number of old-time tunes. Bruce walks you through the melody to the A part of “Julie Ann Johnson” in this video.
"Julie Ann Johnson" (Available to subscribers)