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Welcome to the homepage of the Missouri State Old-Time Fiddlers Association.

Here are some highlights of our site:

  • Be sure to peruse the photo slider on the top of this page.
  • Our newsletter and blog where you’ll find articles about Missouri fiddling, the latest information, reviews, and more.
  • The History on Missouri Fiddlin’ featuring links to a variety of articles and other materials presenting the folklore and history of the Missouri fiddling tradition.

The Missouri State Old-Time Fiddlers Assocation is a registered not-for-profit Missouri corporation with 501(c)(3) status. The purpose of MSOTFA is to promote, document and preserve Missouri fiddling styles and related traditions.

MSOTFA was founded in 1979 with the intial objective of reviving the Missouri State Fiddle Championship. The original board members and officers were: Bill Shull, Chris Germain, Spence Galloway, Bob Hagan and Charlie Walden.

Our domain, missourifiddling.com, has maintained a continuous presence on the internet since March 26, 2002.

To contact MSOTFA please email us to: missourifiddling@gmail.com.

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Newsletter & Blog

THE MAILBAG

MAILBAG Here’s some of the comments your fellow fans have written to us in response to www.missourifiddling.com. Many go back to the inception of our website in 2002.¬† You can send us a message, too. Just send your emails to missourifddling@gmail.com and let ‘er fly. We will never intentionally include names or other such personal …

Lee Roy Stoneking

STONEKING, Lee Roy b: Apr 15 1907 d: Dec 30 1989, Lowry City, St. Clair Co, MO bur: Jan 2 1990 Salem Church Cemetery, Big Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO Lee Stoneking passed away at his home in Lowry City, MO, on Saturday, December 30, 1989 after a brief illness.