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Podcast 66 – Thanksgiving Special at Grandmother’s House


Thanksgiving Special at Grandmother’s House

In Episode 66 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to the Paul Curtis House in Medford, Massachusetts, to one of the most famous homes in not only New England, but the entire country thanks to poet Lydia Child. Though you’ve likely never heard of it, and probably wouldn’t recognize it by sight, we guarantee you’ve known this house since childhood. Kelley McCauley meets the guys to join them on piano for this musical Thanksgiving special — posted early this week so you can listen in the car with your family as you head to grandmother’s house.

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Produced and hosted by: Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger
Edited by: Ray Auger
Piano/Special Guest: Kelley McCauley
Theme Music by: John Judd

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Grandfather's House in Medford, Massachusetts - it's just over the river and through the woods. Photo by Jeff Belanger

Grandfather’s House in Medford, Massachusetts – it’s just over the river and through the woods. Photo by Jeff Belanger

Grandfather's House in Medford, Massachusetts - the inspiration for Lydia Child's famous poem-turned-song. Photo by Jeff Belanger

Grandfather’s House in Medford, Massachusetts – the inspiration for Lydia Child’s famous poem-turned-song. Photo by Jeff Belanger

The plaque in front of Grandfather's House (aka Grandmother's House) in Medford, Massachusetts. Photo by Jeff Belanger

The plaque in front of Grandfather’s House (aka Grandmother’s House) in Medford, Massachusetts. Photo by Jeff Belanger

Jeff Belanger traveled over the river and through the woods to take this selfie.

Jeff Belanger traveled over the river and through the woods to take this selfie.

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