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Our American roots

They traded in their Alaskan dream home for a camper that took them to the hills where bluegrass and the sounds of Americana originated. Now, Walker Family Band and The Redhead Express are bringing their many instruments and eclectic family style to Hutchins Street Square for a night of singing, picking and clogging.

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Posted: Friday, March 8, 2013 7:40 am

Some believe that in order to master a craft, you have to immerse yourself in it.

The Walker family didn’t cut any corners when it came to mastering country music. They uprooted their lives in Alaska and drove a camper packed with their nine family members to the source of American country music: the Ozark and Appalachian mountains.

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