Philadelphia-made banjo plays into Pennsylvania history

Philadelphia-made banjo plays into Pennsylvania history

    From plantations to coal mines, from Broadway to Victorian parlors, in churches and taverns, the banjo has been a part of the American landscape since the 18th century.  The stringed instrument has shaped all kinds of musical styles and crossed racial, cultural and social boundaries. This week’s feature is a S.S. Stewart, five-string …

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