Earthworm Acres is the place to be for country music in the traditional fashion.
At Earthworm Acres, you’ll find your favorite, familiar hit recordings by the biggest country stars. But that’s not all. You’ll also find some of the rarely heard tunes by the big stars, including B-sides and other tunes that are overlooked elsewhere. And the long forgotten, lesser-known country singers also have an important place at Earthworm Acres.
Earthworm Acres is the place to hear just about anything from the one-hundred-year history of recorded country music. But the emphasis is on the earlier records, such as the string band music of the 1920s, the Western swing records of the 1930s, and the honky-tonk music of the 1940s and 1950s.
Bob Harrison, the host of Earthworm Acres, grew up in North Jersey and graduated from Rutgers University. He has worked as an information technology specialist and, more recently, as a high school and middle school math teacher. In addition to collecting old country records, Bob enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, gardening, jogging, exploring historical sites with his wife, and playing the accordion at family gatherings.