On this podcast, we’ll explore southern Appalachian culture through the life of a family of farmers, musicians, and bear hunters. The Clark family in East Tennessee are relics of the region’s past. Clay also interviews national expert, Dr. Daniel Pierce of the University of North Carolina Asheville, who will take us a on a guided tour of the regions storied past, helping us understand both fact and fiction. You’ll hear some bluegrass music, and we’ll even talk about Dolly Parton. This is part one of a two part series on Appalachian Mountain culture. You’re going to enjoy meeting the Clarks!
Show your pride for Clay Newcomb's new podcast, Bear Grease. Exploring forgotten, but relevant histories of the outdoors.
Inspired by episode one of the Bear Grease Podcast, the "black panther" has a cult-like following of dedicated believers across the country.
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