Lucinda Jones / Cherokee Trail

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With hair like flames, Lucinda Jones
Struck out for the West
The widowed mother by herself
Deciding what is best

She fled from war of South and North
A war of Blue and Grey
Found another conflict there
The Texan-Comanche

Two invading forces meet
Innocents would pay
Homesteaders and Cherokee
Would find it hard to stay

The neighbors with the feather bed
Attacked out of the blue
“Blood and feathers everywhere”
That’s what war will do

The dragon mother settled in
The Devil could not scare
The matriarch with child in hand
The woman with red hair

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from So Sang the Whippoorwill, released March 19, 2013
by Jesse Allen / John Herrmann

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Award-winning acoustic Folk/Americana quartet from Arizona. Existing in the tension between tradition and frontier, Telluride Bluegrass Festival Band Contest winner and Prairie Home Companion guest, Run Boy Run, exceeds the sum of its parts as touches of classical, jazz, and folk express themselves through the old-time core of the band’s unique sound. ... more

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