Tuscaloosa, AL – Alabama's eight associate Supreme Court justices overruled Chief Justice Roy Moore and said the state will comply with a federal court order to move the Ten Commandments monument. The decision received praise from Attorney General Bill Pryor.

"The associate justices of Alabama have done their duty. As attorney general, I applaud them, I congratulate them and I thank them."

Tuscaloosa, AL –

MUSIC: Sally Gooden

Narrator: That's Texas fiddler Eck Robertson, on the first country music recording ever made, playing one version of Sally Gooden. Back then, the fiddle was called the Devil's Box, and fiddlers were associated with moonshine, shotguns, and well, fiddling around. Alabama scholar and fan of old time music Joyce Cauthen looks at how fiddlers got a bad rep.

Joyce Cauthen:

MUSIC Sally Gooden variations

- picture by Brett Tannehill

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