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Shore and Cockram Return to Ozark Folkways

 Michael Cockram and Susan Shore
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Michael Cockram and Susan Shore

This weekend, the duo Shore and Cockram will perform at Ozark Folkways in Winslow. In advance of that show, we catch up with Susan Shore and Michael Cockram, who give us a preview.

Timothy Dennis is KUAF's strategic technical planner and producer for<i> Ozarks at Large.</i>
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