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Western Music of Course
Rich OBrien 
Kristyn Harris (L) and Devon Dawson (R)
Brook Wallace and Kristyn Harris 
Bob Wills Fiddle Contest November 2014

Tina Mae Weber - Penny Whistle
Johnny Davis - Spoons & Washboard
Photo by M. Belle Wallace
Guest Musician G.E. Hamrick
Leah Sawyer
David Sawyer
Kristyn Harris and Leah Sawyer 
Kristyn Harris Playing Bass
Mesmerizing Brook Wallace 
Spirited Kristyn Harris
 ~ Favorite Musicians From Previous Performances And Other Venues ~
Click the button below to listen to Kristyn sing "Bluebonnet Waltz."
Music Reviews
Juni Fisher 
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This Victor Talking Machine Model VV-405 was one of Victor’s “Art Case” models, introduced in 1923. It was one of three deluxe flat-top console models. These short-lived series of console-style machines were intended to be a premium product targeted toward wealthy customers. This premium machine featured gold plated hardware, a four spring motor and elegantly contrasting veneers and stains. The model VV-405 was the most popular of the three, and its basic Spanish Renaissance design theme was used on the popular Orthophonic Granada when it was introduced in late 1925. Ornate round turned legs, along with a lateral stiffening “bar” between the legs are the key elements of this machine’s design theme.

Only 21,000 VV-405’s were made, which makes them rather scarce.
Whether she is traveling a lonesome Texas trail 
or in a crowded plaza in France, Kristyn is 
... well, Kristyn is Kristyn!
This machine was purchased in 1925 for the Shamburger Ranch located northwest of Crowell, Texas. It was later moved to North Fort Worth. It is currently on loan to the Fort Worth Stockyard's Museum from the family of Ed and Jean Brown. The first sound you will hear is the cranking of the machine.
Gene Autry Live - Almost
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From The Archives
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I am planning on spending time with my family and teaching private lessons this school year - if you want to learn or improve your skills on violin/fiddle/viola, guitar, or mandolin, think of me! 🎶🎉 (Skype or FaceTime lessons also available!)
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