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  Volume 17, Number 4, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Front Porch

Front Porch

pp. 1-5
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Boss Jocks: How Corrupt Radio Practices Helped Make Jacksonville One of the Great Music Cities

pp. 6-23
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Backstage Stories: Wonders, Relics, and a Beer Fridge

pp. 24-35
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Interview

Bobby Rush: “Blues Singer–Plus”

pp. 36-43
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“Redneck Woman” and the Gendered Poetics of Class Rebellion

pp. 44-70
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For the Records: How African American Consumers and Music Retailers Created Commercial Public Space in the 1960s and 1970s South

pp. 71-90
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“Country Music Is Wherever the Soul of a Country Music Fan Is”: Opryland U.S.A. and the Importance of Home in Country Music

pp. 92-111
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Mason-Dixon Lines

Poem with a Refrain from Charley Patton

p. 112
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Book Review

Johnny Cash and the Paradox of American Identity (review)

pp. 113-115
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Not Forgotten

The KISS Letter: An Encounter with Elvis

pp. 116-120
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The Music CD

Loving, Leaving, Liquor, and the Lord: Songs in the Southern Vernacular

p. 121
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About the Contributors

p. 122
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Research Areas

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