Stories from Home, homerline wells clower
Jerry Clower’s book, filled with his rich humor, demonstrates the unsurpassed southern art of spinning yarn. It also shows the character of a person for whom a good storytelling is more than just show business.
Jerry Clower’s book, homerline wells clower, filled with his rich humor, demonstrates the unsurpassed southern art of spinning yarn. It also shows the character of a person for whom a good storytelling is more than just show business.
Nashville’s funniest man had a serious side. In the depths of this comic artist’s cheerful heart were codes and values that made him a respected humanist.
He was named America’s Best Country Comic for nine consecutive years and was named “The Funniest American Storyteller since Will Rogers” and “Mouth of the Mighty Mississippi.” The loving, extroverted manner of this clumsy person from home and his direct manifestation of positive feelings for others arose from the essence of sober, strong regional values, which he acquired by growing up in the rural South. Tales from the House encompass both Jerry Cowers, a funny man and a serious man, and demonstrate his humorous episode in line with the great oral tradition of the south about fairy tales and narratives.
Jerry Clower’s fun stories about possum hunting, coon dogs, homerline wells clower and the Ledbetter violent clan were the standards in his stage procedures, videos, and albums. The Stories from Home includes many of Clowner’s favorite tales from his fans. It also provides
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