NA 3862

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NA 3862 (local)
Alternate Title
Paul "Paul Roberts" Metivier Interview (Alternative Title)
July 13 2005 (Recording date)
Paul "Paul Roberts" Metivier, interviewed by Cliff Murphy, July 13, 2005, by telephone.  Metivier, born in 1915 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, talks about his stage name Paul Roberts; being a hillbilly yodeler; his song “There’s A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere”; Bob Miller (Shelby Darnell); hillbilly music being renamed country music; learning to yodel; doing a triple yodel; performed with his wife Ann; other singers (Yodelin’ Slim Clark, Smilin’ Ernie Lindell, Johnny White, Montana Slim , etc.); his song “She Taught Me How To Yodel”; how to yodel; his 10 songs; profits; winning amateur contests; doing stage shows with his wife in Maine; radio broadcasts.  Restricted.  
Creator and/or Contributor
Clifford Murphy (interviewer)
Copyright Notice
This interview is restricted. The copyright is retained by interviewer and interviewee's heirs.
21 (pages)
English | anglais [info:lc/vocabulary/iso639-2/eng] (Languages)
Other Subject Headings
country music (Local)
yodeling (Local)
There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere (Local)
Temporal Coverage
1915 - 2009 (life span)
Geographic Coverage
New England (Local)
Preferred Citation
Metivier, Paul interviewed by Clifford R. Murphy. July 13, 2005. NA 3862. Maine Folklife Center, University of Maine.
Materials Designation
digital audio files
Related Entities:
Clifford Murphy (interviewer)