The Bristol Sessions: The Big Band of Country Music (BCD 16094). 2011. Five compact discs and accompanying book by Tony Russell and Ted Olson. Bear Family Records, Holste-Oldendorf. 120 pp. The Johnson City Sessions: Can You Sing Or Play Old Time Music? (BCD 16083). 2013. Four compact discs and accompanying book by Tony Russell and Ted Olson. Bear Family Records, Holste-Oldendorf. 136 pp. Old Time Smoky Mountain Music. 2012. Compact disc. Liner notes by Michael Montgomery and Ted Olson. Great Smoky Mountains Association, Gatlinburg, TN. On Top of Old Smoky: New Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music. 2016. Compact disc. Liner notes by Ted Olson. Great Smoky Mountains Association, Gatlinburg, TN.
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Bidgood, L. (2019). The Bristol Sessions: The Big Band of Country Music (BCD 16094). 2011. Five compact discs and accompanying book by Tony Russell and Ted Olson. Bear Family Records, Holste-Oldendorf. 120 pp. The Johnson City Sessions: Can You Sing Or Play Old Time Music? (BCD 16083). 2013. Four compact discs and accompanying book by Tony Russell and Ted Olson. Bear Family Records, Holste-Oldendorf. 136 pp. Old Time Smoky Mountain Music. 2012. Compact disc. Liner notes by Michael Montgomery and Ted Olson. Great Smoky Mountains Association, Gatlinburg, TN. On Top of Old Smoky: New Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music. 2016. Compact disc. Liner notes by Ted Olson. Great Smoky Mountains Association, Gatlinburg, TN. MUSICultures, 45(1-2). Retrieved from https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/MC/article/view/28949
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