The year was 1923, and pioneering music producer Ralph Peer had just pressed 500 copies of Fiddlin' John Carson's performance of “The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane,” a rural folk song staple that had been around for more than 50 years. Doubters didn't see country music as a financially viable genre, yet Peer proved them wrong when the first pressing sold out nearly immediately.
“The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane” has since become a bluegrass standard. Download this historical piece for FREE today, and celebrate the origins of American country music.
"The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane" William S. Hays