VIDEOS

With these videos you can explore the variety of stories Adam shares. You'll find sample excerpts of traditional storytelling, tall tale, original neo-Traditional Appalachian telling, and balladry. Visit the wvteller YouTube channel for more samples. 

 
Appalachian storyteller Adam Booth shares an excerpt from the traditional story "Rawhead and Bloodybones." This story is also known as the Two Sisters or the Well at the End of the World. For more information, visit www.adam-booth.com. Filmed and edited by Tyler Crain.
Adam retells a contemporary urban legend. This telling was recorded at the Takoma Park Community Center as part of the We Are Takoma Park Arts Series. For more information, visit www.adam-booth.com .
Appalachian storyteller Adam Booth tells an excerpt from his original musical story "Ashton." For more information, visit www.adam-booth.com. Filmed and edited by Tyler Crain.
Adam tells an excerpt from his original story "Ashton" from his Appalachian 20th Century Series of stories. At this point of the story, it is 1927 and Ashton has secretly hitchhiked to Bristol to make a recording behind her husband's back. This clip was recorded in October 2018.
Appalachian storyteller Adam Booth tells an excerpt from his original childhood tall tale "Roll-a-Rama." For more information, visit www.adam-booth.com . Filmed and edited by Tyler Crain.

Appalachian storyteller Adam Booth sings his version of Aunt Jennie Wilson's "Molly Bonder." For more information, visit www.adam-booth.com. Filmed and edited by Tyler Crain.

An excerpt from WV Dance Company's Appalachian heritage piece The Mountains Speak sharing a fiery tale of injustice and perseverance from the region's early 20th century labor movement.

Adam Booth shares a commissioned story created for the National Academy of Medicine's public meeting on 1/25/2017 to engage allies in their ongoing culture of health program. Learn more about the NAM's Culture of Health program by visiting nam.edu/CultureofHealth.