Murray State University’s Roundabout U co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark travel to the hills of Eastern Kentucky to learn more about the roots of country music and hear stories of country music legends.

Carter hits the hills to catch up with Herman Webb on the front porch of the Loretta Lynn home place while Clark learns the history behind the Mayo Mansion. The cameras also stopped at the Highway 23 Museum featuring memorabilia from famous faces, including Tom T. Hall, who was highlighted in last week’s show.  Also, watch to learn more about the Mountain Arts Center and hear the history of the KY Opry.

This episode of Roundabout U airs at various times Dec.18-24, and is broadcast on KET (Kentucky Educational Television), WSIL and through local cable systems. Specific airing dates and times can be found online at www.roundaboutu.com.

Roundabout U is a weekly, award-winning video magazine produced by Digital Media at Murray State University. Filmed in high definition, the show highlights events throughout Kentucky and the region. Visit www.roundaboutu.com for up-to-date information and clips from past episodes. Fans can also follow on Facebook and Twitter for pictures, information and videos, and viewers can watch past episodes on Roundabout’s YouTube page.

For more information, contact Clark at (270) 809-3344 or clarksarah5@gmail.com or visit the Roundabout U website at www.roundaboutu.com.

 

Photo: Memories being made by the Roundabout crew, on the front porch of Loretta Lynn/ Crystal Gayle’s home with Herman Webb.

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