Articles and Interviews
It's a great thing for a recording artist's career to be named as a favorite artist by the newly elected President of The United States. Or is it? It didn't do much for James Talley, nor for his prominent fan. Five years after Jimmy Carter invited Talley to play at his inauguration, Carter had lots of time for building houses, and James Talley had to sell houses to make a living. Talley recently released his first U.S. album in many years. "Woody Guthrie and Songs Of My Oklahoma Home" shows ...