Barbara Freeman is the pioneer of pioneering storytellers, NSA (National Storytelling Association) recipient of: "Circle of Excellence Award", Our Nation’s Oldest Folk and Dance Festival’s “Most Outstanding Performer Award,” as well as numerous storytelling recording honors. Entertaining keynote conference speaker, teller of witty Appalachian tales and true legends of saints and heroes. Over thirty years of delighting audiences throughout Asia, Europe and America with wholesome, heartwarming, hilarious and energy-filled performances. Offers dynamic programs for schools, libraries, churches, conventions, and major folk, music, and storytelling festivals. Fun and informative in-service workshops for teachers and librarians, as well as residencies for students of all ages. "Barbara has the comic timing of Lucy" (Carmen Deedy). “She is a powerhouse performer in the world of words and imagery” (Arts Outreach of Solvang, CA). In previous years, Barbara traveled with Connie Regan-Blake (her cousin), on storytelling tours throughout the world, gaining international acclaim as the famous tandem duo "THE FOLKTELLERS.” “The ancient art of storytelling is alive and well…primarily because of Connie and Barbara” (Spencer Christian, ABC’s Good Morning America).
"Tales To Grow On" for children K-6th grades. Winner of American Library Association's (ALA) Notable and Distinguished Recording Award. I'm not sure why I did a scan of the back cover and not the front, but I came up with the best front scan I could. You can find a share of another LP from The Folktellers called "Chillers" HERE.
THE FOLKTELLERS "TALES TO GROW ON" ZIP FILE