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Banjoist  Paul Cadwell performing at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival

Banjoist Paul Cadwell performing at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival

Date
1975-05
Description
Two black and white prints.
Collection
End of Saturday performances and start of Sunday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage)

End of Saturday performances and start of Sunday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage)

Date
1975-08-30
Description
One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. The Boyer Family were from Missouri, and the family of late singer Bob Beers. His wife, Burstine, was from Petersburg, NY. Dixon was from Miami. Seafood Combo was from Tallahassee and consisted of: Tony Verderamo, Larry Abrams, and Pam Mansfield. Fraser and Durham were from Midway, Georgia. Skip Johns and his band were bluegrass musicians from Lake City. Allen and Goodman were both ballad singers from East Point, Georgia. Cadwell was a banjoist from Jackson Heights, NY. Carter was a singer from Macon, Georgia. Moore hailed from Green Cove Springs. Tillinghast lived in Hollywood, Florida. The Hallmans were from Greenville, SC. Williamson was from Palatka. Flemming, with his friends Pat & Luther Rozar, and Dennis Henry, closed out the show.
Collection
Friday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 1)

Friday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 1)

Date
1975-08-29
Description
One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. Seafood Combo was from Tallahassee, and consisted of Tony Verderamo (accordian); Larry Abrams (violin/mandolin); and Pam Mansfield (tambourine). Alachua County Older American Council square-danced. Muller was from Lake Mary. The Mitchells played the dulcimer, and were from Washington DC. Tillinghast was from Hollywood, Florida. Dunscombe of Gainesville played the musical saw. The Folksdancing, of Sarasota, consisted of the Whitehead family. Deacon Dan Smith, from White Plains, New York, played the harmonica. The Makley Family were from Jacksonville, and Nick Hallman was from Greenville, South Carolina. The Caney Forkers were from Cookeville, Tennessee and consisted of: Mike & Jeanette Kasnia; Graham, Betty, Heather, and Holly Kash. Johnson was from Gainesville. The Beadnells were from Orange Park. Fiddlers Zeke and Rosa Stephens were from Panama City. The Boyers from Webster Grove, Missouri (and the family of folk singer Bob Beers' sister). Banjoist Cadwell hailed from Jackson Heights, New York. Battle was from Tampa -- this was his first festival. Malkine was from Shady, New York.
Collection
Saturday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 2)

Saturday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 2)

Date
1975-08-30
Description
One reel to reel recording. The Smiths were from Jacksonville. Dobbs, from Palatka, performed animal calls. Dixon, of Miami, sang ballads. Frog Smith was a storyteller (and painter) from Fort Myers. Battle was from Tampa. Boltin was the director (and emcee) for the festival. The Beadnells were form Orange Park. The Seafood Combo was from Tallahassee and consisted: Tony Verderamo, Larry Abrams, and Pam Mansfield. The Stephens were fiddlers from Panama City. The Kellys were from Palatka, as was Dobbs. The LeFever family lived in Knoxville, Tennessee. Lydia and the Pinkhams, of Lakeland, consisted of: Peggy Burr; Didi Bentley; Barbara Smith; Tricia Conner; and Mike O'Steen. Smith was from Marietta, Georgia. Whatley was from Bell, and sang country music. Close, of Jacksonville, played harmonica. Mark was a guitarist from Chapel Hill, N.C. Mt. Carmel Freewill Church Choir were from Palatka. Cadwell was a banjoist from Jackson Heights, N.Y. Bloodworth earned a history PhD at UF regarding place names.
Collection
Sunday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 2)

Sunday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 2)

Date
1975-08-31
Description
One reel to reel recording. Last performances of the 1975 festival. Sunday was devoted to religious music. Jones and Quimby, both from Brunswick, Georgia, were later known as the Georgia Sea Island Singers. They performed black spirituals. The Boyers were from Webster Grove, Missouri, and were the family of the late Bob Beers. The square dancers were from Murfreesboro, Tennessee and performed to pre-recorded music. The Makley Family were from Jacksonville, and consisted of Elroyce, Bettine, and Ruthanne Makley. This was their third Festival. Jay Smith was also from Jacksonville. Hallman was from Greenville, S.C. Banjoist Cadwell's performance was not recorded -- only his introduction. Betty Smith lived in Marietta, Georgia. Fiddlers Zeke and Rosa Stephens lived in Panama City. Jumper was a Seminole storyteller from Hollywood, Florida. The Mitchells, of Washington DC, performed shaped note songs. The bluegrass band, Skip Johns and the Travelers, were from Lake City, and sang gospel songs. Hancock, of Suffolk, Virginia, played the dulcimer. The Abundant Life Singers were from Clearwater, and led by David McAbee. Singer Marshall was from White Springs. Dunscombe played the musical saw, and was a long-time festival performer. Singer Muller was from Lake Mary. Storyteller Boltin was also the festival's director and emcee. The Dirt Kickers Band, led by Sara Carter, came from Tallahassee. Hand and the Englishes all lived in Jacksonville. They wrote their own songs.
Collection
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Banjoist Paul Cadwell performing at the 1975 Florida Folk FestivalBanjoist Paul Cadwell performing at the 1975 Florida Folk FestivalStill ImageMusic
String instruments
Banjoes
Banjo music
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Banjoists
Musicians
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a_s1576_t79-019End of Saturday performances and start of Sunday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage)SoundFestivals
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Singing
Guitar music
Folk singers
Old time music
Oral performance
Bluegrass music
String bands
Stringband music
Dulcimer music
Banjo music
Religious songs
Gospel music
Gospel songs
Singers
Guitarist
Bluegrass musicians
Banjoists
Bands (Music)
Musicians
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a_s1576_t79-014Friday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 1)SoundFestivals
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Singing
Dance music
Religious music
Old time music
Gospel music
Hornpipes
Dulcimer music
Harmonica music
Yodeling
Guitar music
Banjo music
Folk songs, French
French Americans
Songs, French
Singers
Dancers
Bands (Music)
Harmonica players
Guitarist
Banjoists
Musicians
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a_s1576_t79-017Saturday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 2)SoundFestivals
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Singing
Dance music
Folk singers
Old time music
Oral performance
Gospel music
Animal sounds
Storytelling
Banjo music
Ballads
Seminole Indians
Folk songs, French
French Americans
Songs, French
Singers
Dancers
Storytellers
Banjoists
Musicians
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a_s1576_t79-020Sunday performances at the 1975 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 2)SoundFestivals
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Singing
Guitar music
Dulcimer music
Old time music
Musical saws
Religious music
Religious songs
Gospel music
Gospel songs
Yodeling
Storytelling
Oral narratives
Tales
Singers
Dancers
Bands (Music)
Storytellers
Musicians
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