Rosalie Sorrels, pictured here in 2004, made her mark in American folk-music history. Now, friends and fans of her music are coming together to produce a three-CD tribute of her music that includes songs she penned as well as those by others that she made part of her narrative.
Rosalie Sorrels, pictured here in 2004, made her mark in American folk-music history. Now, friends and fans of her music are coming together to produce a three-CD tribute of her music that includes songs she penned as well as those by others that she made part of her narrative. Idaho Statesman file
Rosalie Sorrels, pictured here in 2004, made her mark in American folk-music history. Now, friends and fans of her music are coming together to produce a three-CD tribute of her music that includes songs she penned as well as those by others that she made part of her narrative. Idaho Statesman file

Rosalie Sorrels, Idaho’s ‘Travelin’ Lady,’ gets her due

February 26, 2016 04:33 PM

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