A.P. Carter. Maybelle Carter. Sara Carter. The original family of country music. In the 1920s and 30s, audiences across the country huddled around the radio to listen to classic harmonies of well-loved songs such as "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blues," "Can the Circle be Unbroken," "Wildwood Flower" being broadcast from a Mexican radio station just across the border. The songs they sang only hinted at the romantic travails and musical adventures that the singers lived. The Neo-Futurists present three solo pieces inspired by the lives of these musical pioneers, featuring a different musical guest every night.