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Man’s Emotional Tale of How His Father’s Rebellious Blues Song Helped Him Escape Sleepy Southern Town

Lucy Huber shares a sweet story of serendipity in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a Good News Network partnership that features videos from the nonprofit group, The MOTH, showcasing the art of storytelling. David Kendall grew up in a tiny Tennessee town that was made up of only 110 people—all of whom were fairly religious. Some people may have never been able to leave such an insulated community, but Kendall’s father gave him a gift that would transcend time and generations—and that gift would be the exact inspiration for Kendall leaving Tennessee 20 years later. So what was the gift that would help Kendall to follow his passion and aspire for bigger and better things later in life? It was rock and roll. (LISTEN to the inspiring story...

How to Protect a Dozen Little Kids From a Grizzly Bear? Sing a Hilarious Moose Song, of Course (MOTH Monday)

Ian McGregor weaves an incredible yarn in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network, that features videos from the nonprofit group, The MOTH, showcasing the art of storytelling. As a tour guide for 10-year-olds hiking the National Parks, Ian McGregor has become a master of storytelling—from whispering scary stories around the campfire to inventing a ‘moose song’ that became a lifesaver when things became ‘real-life scary’. The one thing he never told the kids in Yellowstone National Park, was one of the scariest stories of his life—he was slowly going blind from a disorder that had no cure. But, the kids taught him an amazing lesson because when the natural world got frightening, they had his back. Funny, charming, and witty, this story—which was...

Despite Being Bullied by the Boys, Woman Nailed Her Drum Solo in a Velvet Gown (MOTH Monday)

Today is MOTH Monday on Good News Network: In partnership with The Moth, a nonprofit dedicated to the art of storytelling, we bring you the most uplifting speakers from live stages across the world. Susanne Schmidt came from a long line of fierce Italian feminists; her own grandmother had to be repeatedly bailed out of jail for protesting on behalf of the suffragettes. So when Schmidt eventually decided to become a drummer in the high school band, she was determined to ignore the bullying from her male peers and become the best percussionist in the school. Her perseverance finally came to a tee when she defiantly faced down her naysayers and wore a long green velvet dress on stage for her drum solo. Listen to her story of rock...

Roseanne Cash Was Depressed and Struggling When She Received a Call From an Unlikely Person (MOTH Monday)

Today is MOTH Monday on Good News Network: In partnership with The Moth, a nonprofit dedicated to the art of storytelling, we bring you the most uplifting speakers from live stages across the world. Roseanne Cash may be the eldest daughter of the legendary Johnny Cash, but that does not mean that she has not experienced her fair share of hardships and difficulties. In her earlier years, her music achieved commercial success and she became a trailblazer for female artists in the music industry. Rather than continuing to make chart-topping hits, however, she decided to create an album that embodied her truest self. She then released Interiors, a “dark and troubling” record that received its fair share of bad reviews from critics. Cash’s life then took some harsh turns,...