Jim Holland Fiddle articles

A history of fiddling: Discovery, Archaeology and Fiddling –Part 1
http://enewscourier.com/features/x890679334/A-history-of-fiddling-Discovery-Archaeology-and-Fiddling
 
Discovery, Archaeology and Fiddling: The Chambers Brothers and ‘The Lost Connection’— Part 2
http://enewscourier.com/features/x1823380062/Discovery-Archaeology-and-Fiddling-The-Chambers-Brothers-and-The-Lost-Connection-Part-2
 
Discovery, Archaeology and Fiddling: Sam McCracken — Gentleman with the stately fiddling — Part 3
September 6, 2011
http://enewscourier.com/features/x601175555/Discovery-Archaeology-and-Fiddling-Sam-McCracken-Gentleman-with-the-stately-fiddling-Part-3
 
Discovery, Archaeology and Fiddling: Paisley Hagood – When to start and when to quit
September 19, 2011
http://enewscourier.com/features/x94877677/Discovery-Archaeology-and-Fiddling-Paisley-Hagood-When-to-start-and-when-to-quit
 
Discovery, Archaeology and Fiddling: Lester Beck – A slippery touch, velvety tone and long in the bow – Part 5
September 26, 2011
http://enewscourier.com/features/x1126804051/Discovery-Archaeology-and-Fiddling-Lester-Beck-A-slippery-touch-velvety-tone-and-long-in-the-bow-Part-5
 
I also found this article. Some of you old timers in the group might recall some of the names mentioned:
Athens Dulcimers fill the air with a sweet sound
September 17, 2008  (note date)
http://enewscourier.com/around-limestone/x1037418534/Athens-Dulcimers-fill-the-air-with-a-sweet-sound
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