MargoC Ha, yep all moms have that in them, I call them freak out moments. When I've reached my boiling point, you better get the hell outta my sight! btw my parents never said a word about my shirt today, my dad read the front I could tell. My mom had already seen this pic from my Facebook, which she never liked or commented on, so I guess that tells ya what she thought of it haha...I think it takes a lot more to offend my parents than this shirt though!
beckxy Ps. I just recently found this half hour program on PBS called Bluegrass Underground, which I now DVR every episode, which is also the bomb-digity if any of you are into something like that, I do recommend watching.
gnr1049 I agree with you. The heart of bluegrass is from those early settlers. It was picked up those you mentioned as well as the Stanley Brothers. My parents/ grandparents are from eastern KY and have passed that tradition down. My cousin Ernie Thacker was the lead singer for Ralph Stanley in the early nineties until he went out on his own. Like Hank JR says its a family tradition.