Jilson Setters Jilson Setters
Presented in true carnival side-show fashion as a blind mountain man just recently plucked from obscurity to perform for the civilized world, Jilson Setters (a pseudonym for James William (J.W.) Day, 1860-1942) recorded several sides for RCA Victor and the Library of Congress, and appeared around the world including New York society functions and in front of England's King George V. Born James William Day in Rowan County, Kentucky, Setters first gained fame at the hands of Jean "Traipsin' Woman" Thomas, the organizer of Ashland's American Folk Song Festival.

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