"...Horses Sing None of It!" is a non-commercial half-hour cable television series featuring a surprising variety of great entertainers in performance and conversation, produced and hosted by Ralph Litwin, twice NJ Old Style Banjo Champion, winner of the Uncle Dave Macon Freewheelin' Style & 2nd place in Harmonica at 1996 Uncle Dave Macon Days, Murfreesboro, TN, and a biography in Who's Who In Entertainment (1997) and Who's Who In the East (25th Edition).
The series has won three awards from The Hometown Video Festival, the country's largest and longest-running community media competition: 1996 & 1997 in the category of Cultural/Ethnic Diversity, and 1997 in the Entertainment category.
Wondering Where the Title Comes From? The story is told in the opening montage that Big Bill Broonzy was once asked, possibly by Studs Terkel, if he considered his blues to be folk music. He replied: "Must be. I never heard no horses sing none of it!"