Ken Burns explores the true roots of country music in new documentary

Credit: CBS News- Published on September 14, 2019
Over the past 30 years, the films of Ken Burns have covered the Civil War, the Vietnam War, baseball, jazz and more. His latest project, chronicling the story of country music from the hollers of West Virginia to the fields of California, may be his most emotional. “CBS This Morning: Saturday” co-host Jeff Glor sat down with...

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Published on September 12, 2019 -  20:53
Stephanie Poetri Talks New Music & More
A natural-born storyteller, Stephanie Poetri (Dougharty) is a singer and songwriter from Jakarta, Indonesia. Growing up within a family full of creatives, her mother is an acclaimed Indonesian singer; her father a music teacher, it’s not a surprise that Stephanie has chosen to pursue her passion in music. Stephanie prides herself in natural, feel-good musical arrangements that she understands is missing from modern discographies. Always striving to keep her craft organic and positive, Stephanie remains true to herself despite her global virality. She aims to create music that is progressively relatable and easy to understand by her followers, who she perceives as social collaborators.

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