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Gary Ellison interview

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This is an interview conducted by Nathaniel Lucy as part of his research for his master's thesis, "Ozark Jubilee: The Impact of a Revional Identity at a Crossroads," written in 2014. The subject of the interview is Gary Ellison, who explains, "In 1959 and in 1960, the last two years, I was the square dance caller for the Wagon Wheelers, which was the high school square dance group on the Jubilee. And the last year though we alternated weeks [with] the college group, the Promenaders." Lucy's thesis is a broader look at the role played by the popular television show in promoting an Ozark identity and its influence in creating the later Nashville sound.

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May, 2014

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