Saw where Charlene Darling passed away recently. Hated to hear that. Always enjoyed, and still do, the AG reruns when the Darlings show up for more mountain music and humor. Rest in peace and thanks for your version of, "There Is a Time."
She was part of one of the greatest TV shows of all time wasn't she.
No one gets out alive. It's sad to see the older folks go, but at least with TV and videos, they can live on forever for future generations to enjoy.
Maggie Peterson, May 15, 2022. 81 years old.
I saw her on some of the bluegrass shows on PBS in Tennessee about a year ago, singing with what's left of The Dillards (the Darling boys). They were on again a few months back but mentioned Ms. Peterson was not well enough to make the performance.
Sad. The greatest era in TV history, and the last shows not laced with political innuendo. I suppose at 61 years myself, all my real television heroes are gone, except maybe Ginger, the last castaway. God bless each and every one for all those beautiful memories we all still hold so dear.
>>She was part of one of the greatest TV shows of all time wasn't she.<<
No doubt. I can about say the lines right along with the actors and its still just as funny as it was the 1500th time I heard it.
' Too old to go shopping' 25 min
'Kay K52 banjo' 2 hrs
'Pre-War Wall Hanger' 2 hrs
'Sammy Shelor Picks' 4 hrs
'Wire Arm Rests' 6 hrs