Hodi Cake; Johnny, Don’t Get Drunk; Cedar Gap; Ginny’s Waltz; Fisher’s Hornpipe; Old Aunt Adkins; Road to Egypt; Betty Ann; Devil Ate the Groundhog; Boatin’ Up Sandy; Chapman’s Waltz; Crazy Tune; Pat ’em on the Back; Hollow Hornpipe; In Come a Little Bee; Mutt and Jeff, and Nation.
Snake Chapman – fiddle; Steve Cooley – guitar; Don Mussell – bass; Phil Sexton – bass; Paul Smith – banjo; Al White – mandolin; and Dennis White – guitar.
Owen ‘Snake’ Chapman was born in 1919 in Chapman’s Hollow in Canada, Kentucky, located in Pike County in southeastern Kentucky. At age 75, Snake is still living in Chapman’s Holler. ‘Music has been a great part of my life. My wife thinks I love music more than her,’ said Snake, who learned music FROM his father and other old-time fiddlers in the area. All instrumental