Friday performances at the 1997 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Tape 1)

Date: May 23, 1997

Source: S1576 , Container 77 , D97-23

Type: Sound

Download: MP3

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  • Opening remarks (Condon/Plitt/Subic/Bullard/Howard & Caroline Parrdue)
  • National Anthem (Plitt)
  • This Train is Bound for Glory (South Hamilton Third Graders)
  • Medley
  • Who Built the Ark
  • Cotton Eye Joe
  • Mosquito
  • Ive Been Working on the Railroad
  • Miss Sue from Alabama
  • Crawdad Song
  • Yankee Doodle Dandy/Grand Old Flag
  • Suwannee (Plitt/Bainbridge)
  • Florida Daydream
  • They Put Out the Jupiter Light
  • Old Folks at Home (Way Down upon the Suwannee River) (Bullard)
  • John Ashley (Plitt/Bainbridge)
  • Celestial Railroad
  • Florida Home
  • Watermelon on the Vine (Pole Cats)
  • Leather Britches
  • The Old Maid and the Burglar
  • America the Beautiful (Hamilton County High School)
  • Somewhere Out There
  • Jamaica Farewell
  • Who Put the Bomp
  • Doodle Bug song (JU & Wanda Lee)
  • Wiregrass Prairie
  • Follow the Chipola
  • Field of Wildflowers

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  • One digital audio tape (DAT). (Also copied onto C97-163) Subik was the manager of Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park. Bullard was President of the Stephen Foster CSO: Friends of Florida Folk. And Condon was the president of the Florida Folklore Society. Plitt played guitar while Bainbridge played fiddle. JU Lee played guitar and Wanda Lee played banjo.

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