Brown County Hour
Brown County Hour
BCH Episode #142 - January 2024

In our January episode, we remember our friend Danny Harden, who passed away in December. Danny was a well-known banjo player and treasured member of our community, and in his honor, we are replaying our 2017 interview with him and his bluegrass band “Hamilton Creek”. This month includes two “Ordinary People” segments remembering the life and times of old Brown County, with Dawn Snider and Rick Kelley. Jim Eagleman joins us to talk about the backcountry, Joe Caudell from the DNR educates us about the deer population, and Andrew Hubbard joins us to share one of his poems. Dave finishes the show with memories of Danny Harden.

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Our show includes:

    • Danny Harden and Hamilton Creek joined us for an interview and 4 songs back in 2017, and we replay that in his memory
      • Kentucky Chimes
      • It Takes One To Know One
      • 99 Years
      • Blue Yodle #4
    • Jim Eagleman talks about the backcountry of Brown County
    • Joe Caudell, DNR wildlife biologist educates us about deer in the region
    • Vivian Wolf brings another “Ordinary People” with Dawn Snider, talking about her dad’s time as Sheriff in the 1970s
    • Rick Kelley joins “Ordinary People” with the history of Kelley Hill
    • Andrew Hubbard shares his original poem “Dollar Store Shoplifter”
    • Dave Seastrom remembers Danny Harden

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Sarah Lyttle Lucy Schultz, Chuck Wills, Jim Lemon, and Rick Fettig.

First aired Sunday, January 7th, 2024 at 9 AM on WFHB

Engineering & post-production by Chuck Wills.

Theme music by Slats Klug & Friends.

Our cover photo courtesy of Lucy Schultz & Chuck Wills

This episode is sponsored by The Brown County Inn and Our Brown County Magazine

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