Quarantunes: John Thomas Fowler
McKissick Museum at USC continues its monthly virtual music series, Quarantunes, with mountain-heritage storyteller and author John Thomas Fowler, who has spent more than 30 years sharing the musical traditions and stories of Appalachia. His storytelling combines an anthology of Appalachian folk tales, fairy tales, outrageous tall tales, and contemporary yarns with traditional songs and ballads. In addition to being honored with the Jean Laney Harris Folk Heritage Award, he has been a featured teller at Stone Soup Storytelling Festival, the International Storytelling Festival Exchange Place, and Madison County Florida Storytelling Festival; and he is the host-teller-in-residence at Hagood Mill Storytelling Festival. Quarantunes with John Thomas Fowler streams on Facebook Live, October 30th at 7 p.m. You can Meet the Artist before the performance in an interactive Q&A program, October 23rd.