​A nice comprehensive site to learn much about the fiddle and fiddling for young people.

David Lynch's web site is a great read for those new to Old-Time Music.

Field Recorder’s Collective is publishing a lot of music collected by Mark's  generation.

Professor Dan Margolies' site is full of background history and interesting links.

Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.

Music in the Digital Library of Appalachia is Mark's favorite listening site for the earliest recordings.

UNC Southern folk life collection.   

Edden Hammons site is a good read for Hammons' history.  

American folklife Center has finding tools forVirginia collections.  

Augusta Heritage center focuses on continuing education of West Virginia Music.   

Kyle Creed noted Round Peak, North Carolina banjoist has his fiddle mp3s posted here.   

Sugar in the Gourd web radio plays a mix of old and new (mostly new) old time music.

Honking Duck  has plenty of  mp3s of 78 recordings.

Jim Mahone's Calender of  jams and sessions around central Virginia.

Links to Learning, Purchasing and Performing
Contact Mark Campbell for workshops and Performances