Between 1988 and 1994, the Center for the Study of Southern Culture produced fifteen issues of Old Time Country, originally published as the Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Association’s newsletter. Under the direction of editors W. K. McNeil and David Nelson, the newsletter evolved into a full-fledged magazine, and in this issue McNeil and Nelson include an interview with Canadian country and western singer Wilf Carter; feature-length stories on Australia’s Reg Lindsay and on Riley Puckett, one of old time country’s most influential guitarists; an article on the prolific German country music label Cattle Records; and a handful of book and record reviews. The issue is also a document of Center activity in the early 1990s. Flip through the magazine below.

Old Time Country - Summer 1992