Jana Jae plays Paddy on the Turnpike Hee Haw 1979.
Jana Jae (born August 30, 1942) country and bluegrass fiddler. She gained national fame by appearing on the nationally broadcast CBS/syndicated television series Hee Haw as part of Buck Owens's band in the 1970s.Prior to her work with Owens, she won the Ladies' Division National Fiddling Championship.Her trademark is playing a blue fiddle.
"Paddy on the Turnpike" is an Irish reel with a long history in America and the British Isles. It is quit
Ramona Jones, Roy Acuff, Jana Jay, Tommy Williams, Roy Clark and Johnny Gimble plays Soldier's Joy on Hee Haw 1979.
"Soldier's Joy" is a fiddle tune, classified as a reel or country dance.It is popular in the American fiddle canon, in which it is touted as "an American classic"but traces its origin to Scottish fiddling traditions,and Irish fiddle traditions.It has been played in Scotland for over 200 years, and Robert Burns used it for the first song of his cantata 'The Jolly Beggars'.According