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Exploring the roots of Americana music with UK based Holler Magazine editors

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Bristol Rhythm & Roots Music Festival
Editors at UK based Holler Country Magazine Ciara Bains (center) Ross Jones (right) visit with correspondent Tom Wilmer at Bristol Rhythm & Roots Music Festival in Bristol, Virginia.

Join correspondent Tom Wilmer reporting from Bristol, Virginia for a conversation with Ross Jones, editor, and Ciara Bains, assistant editor with the UK based digital magazine Holler—an inclusive digital platform with a focus on Country, Americana and Roots music.

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