We started producing the Augusta Heritage Recordings in 1982 as an effort to document West Virginia’s traditional music. We now document traditional music and crafts of many cultures, as well as West Virginia folklore. From the first solo fiddle recording of John Johnson to the video documentary on the West Virginia Old-Time Storyteller, Kent Lilly, Augusta Heritage Center recordings are unique, authentic, and respectful. Our goal is to capture traditional culture in its many expressive forms and make it available to a wider audience.
While on campus, stop by the Augusta office to visit the Augusta Heritage Center Store located in Hermanson Campus Center. The store features various productions of traditional music CDs and cassettes, VHS videos and DVDs, books and prints. Our caps, clothing, and other apparel also make wonderful gifts for the entire family.
Please use Firefox or Safari to access this page. The page does not work correctly when using Internet Explorer.