Monthly Archives: August 2014

Pioneer Music Museum, The Only One In Iowa

Anita, Iowa….. It may be the ONLY museum in America’s upper Midwest devoted to Iowa’s pioneers, settlers and homesteader’s music. It is without a doubt the ONLY museum that contains a Hall of Fame devoted to the music of these … Continue reading

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Preserving AMERICA’S RURAL MUSIC

When American Profile Magazine did a story on Iowan’s Bob and Sheila Everhart, they started with an interesting analogy. “When Bob Everhart plays ‘Down In the Valley’ he hears the voices of pioneers. And those voices have inspired a museum, … Continue reading

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The Far Flung Empire of Musicale

The far-flung empire of Musicale is located smack dab in the middle of Usa (pronounced Oosa) in a rural location called LeMars, Iowa. Far removed from the teeming urbanite, it is a closely guarded and hidden location. The empiricists continue … Continue reading

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