Music from the Hills of Home began in November, 1989, with hosts Katie Laur and Buddy Griffin. The show was intended as a bluegrass format with forays into other kinds of roots music -- its title, Music from the Hills of Home -- was meant to encompass many kinds of music which might have a "down-home" feel. Wayne Clyburn joined Katie as co-host in late 1989, when Buddy left to join a musical group on the road. For 25 years, Wayne volunteered his time to co-host with Katie each and every Sunday night. In 2014, a new co-host took the chair across from Katie. Oakley Scot has a long history with Music From the Hills of Home and was the only logical choice to inherit the job of mashing the buttons. When Katie needs a day off, Bill & Vickie Hensley step in to take on hosting duties. Join Katie & Oakley or Bill & Vickie from 6 to 9 every Sunday for the best in acoustic roots music. For more musings from Katie and Oakley Scot, check out the Klog: Notes from the Old Wood Burning Computer.