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Friday performances at the 1994 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Tape 5)
Folklore revival festivals
Old time music
One digital audio tape (DAT). (Copied onto C94-73/74.) Milner served as the emcee. Two Hits and a Miss, of St. Cloud, consisted of Robert Hall (banjo), Marge hill (bass) and Buddy bass (fiddle). The Johnson Family Band were from Gainesville, and consisted of John Johnson (guitar/mandolin), Lisa Martin (guitar), Martin Johnson (fiddle), and Bruce Hewland (bass). Guitarist Cainas of Ormond Beach played classical Spanish guitar. The Squirrelly Germs of Dade City consisted of Bill Dudley (guitar), Tim Higgins (fiddle/mandolin), Bob Kogat (mandolin), Kathy Aagar (fiddle), and Dana Kogut (guitar). The Makley Family (Bettina, Natalie, and Elroyce Makley, Ruth Mason, and Gail Maynard) were from Jacksonville. Singer-guitarist Crider sang on Florida environment. He performed with Gabe Valla (guitar), Bob Kogat (mandolin), Tim Higgins (fiddle), and Diane Delage (sign language interpreter).