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Carla Van Hoose, Musician


Carla Van Hoose Singer Carla Van Hoose is deep into today’s “Americana” music movement. In performance, she stirs up folk, blues, bluegrass, and a little rock ’n’ roll for spice, then delivers it in a smooth contralto voice.

Carla’s musical talents have been encouraged and enhanced by gifted performers in her own family. Her Aunt Mac—Francis Marie McPherson Stewart—composed, performed, and taught music at Eastern Kentucky University for 27 years. And Carla’s grandmother on the McPherson side was said to have “the loveliest voice in Buchanan County, Missouri,” where she inspired not only family members but also those who heard her sing.



Program 409

The Meet the Remarkable Clarks drama at Locust Grove, the Kentucky Folk Art Center at Morehead State University, a demonstration of bead making from Bonnie Blincoe, and music by Carla Van Hoose. (#409)

Program 423

This special edition of Mixed Media is a retrospective of guests from past shows. The program features: bluegrass music from No Tools Loaned; jazz from the Osland Dailey Duo; and a bit of classical music performed by the Ceruti Chamber Players. We'll also check out the paintings of Shayne Hull and hear from storyteller Mary Hamilton. (#423)





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