Red and Murphy at the 1992 Florida Folk Festival (Main stage)

Date: May 24, 1992

Source: S1576 , T92-56, T92-57, T92-58

Type: Sound

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  • Wreck of Old 97 (T92-56)
  • Hazel Creek
  • Baby I Am Georgia Bound
  • Redneck in His Soul
  • I Am Going Down the Road Feeling Bad (T92-57)
  • M and M Blues
  • Just Because
  • Dueling Banjoes
  • Riding Around on Saturday Night
  • I Aint Domesticated Yet
  • Break My Mind
  • Just a Little Talk With Jesus (T92-58)
  • When the Roll is Called Up Yonder
  • Will the Circle Be Unbroken

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  • Three reel to reel recordings. Landon Walker served as the emcee. This was the last performance of the festival. The bluegrass group consisted of Red Henry on guitar and mandolin, and his wife Murphy Henry on banjo (and the group's songwriter), as well as two of Murphy's sisters -- Argen Hicks and Nancy Hicks. All members sang harmony. Based out of Hawthorne, Florida, Red was from North Florida, while the sisters were all Georgia natives. The group performed at the 1978 and 1987 Florida Folk Festival. By the late 1990s, Murphy was a renowned banjo instructor, and Red toured with their son Chris.

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