"We didn’t have no radio until 1934. I was born in 1918. We didn’t have no radios or no nothing. But after that I remember ‘Amos and Andy,’ The ‘Grand Ole Opry.’ It would start at 8 o’clock and it would go off at 12. People would go for miles just to listen to their ‘Grand Ole Opry.’ Most couldn’t hear it on account of the static."
-- Carl Bishop
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