Country music icon Wanda Jackson, dubbed "The Queen of Rockabilly," worked with producer Justin Townes Earle to bring her back to her roots and hear a side of the singer that we haven't heard in some time.
She knit this sweater for her mom during the 1980s. She's also a spinner, felter, and a classically trained musician who plays the harp, violin, accordion, and much more. They live in an off grid handbuilt house with no running water. Right now she is focusing on teaching herself French accordion songs from between WW1 & WW2.