Ozarks music legend Marideth Sisco performs through Daniel Boone Regional Library

A bonafide Missouri music legend will do what she does best — sing and tell stories — during an upcoming virtual performance through Daniel Boone Regional Library.

Outside the state, Marideth Sisco might best be known for appearing in and contributing music to the 2010 film “Winter’s Bone.” But Sisco is so much more, a real font of goodwill and storytelling in the Ozarks. 

She has long hosted the program “These Ozarks Hills” on KSMU-FM, out of Missouri State University; the show is described as a “radio essay … in which she looks at the unique traditions and traits of this region we call home.”

Sisco also has been designated a Missouri Master Storyteller, worked as a journalist and received the Quill Award in 2018 from the Missouri Writers Hall of Fame. 

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