Miss Kentucky Ramsey Carpenter played the national anthem on her fiddle before Kentucky's home opener Aug. 30 at Commonwealth Stadium. What's the difference between a fiddle and violin? "One you play the strings. The other you play the strangs," she says.
Miss Kentucky Ramsey Carpenter played the national anthem on her fiddle before Kentucky's home opener Aug. 30 at Commonwealth Stadium. What's the difference between a fiddle and violin? "One you play the strings. The other you play the strangs," she says. Herald-Leader
Miss Kentucky Ramsey Carpenter played the national anthem on her fiddle before Kentucky's home opener Aug. 30 at Commonwealth Stadium. What's the difference between a fiddle and violin? "One you play the strings. The other you play the strangs," she says. Herald-Leader

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