11/20/2013 7:42:00 AM Ronny Cox treats folk fans to evening of song, stories
A well-known name and face in the TV and movie industry brought his storytelling and singing/songwriting talents to the Carson Meeting House in Delft Saturday night.
Ronny Cox kicked off the 2013-14 Prairie Wind Folk Music & Bluegrass Association concert series with an entertaining show that featured not only great music, but stories from his TV and movie career.
"It was the best show I've ever seen him give," said Bruce Boldt, Prairie Wind Folk Music president.
Cox shared a comical story of his appearance with Roy Clark on The Dinah Shore Show in the early 1970s, performing an unrehearsed rendition of "Dueling Banjos" on the show.
To watch Cox tell the story at Saturday night's show in the Carson Meeting House in Delft, and to hear Cox, and his counterparts, Radoslav Lorkovic and Chojo Jacques play "Dueling Banjos," click on the link below.
Oh, and he sang some songs, too. Cox and company provided an outstanding two-hour show before an audience of 65 people.