Three black and white prints. Images of Cooney performing at the 1972 Florida Folk Festival. Cooney, originally from California, had performed professionally since 1960 across the nation. He was active in the national folk scene, promoting festivals and new songwriters.
One audio cassette. Performances of Steve Stange and Allen Watkins: Banjo instrumental and instrumental and vocal performances on mandolin and guitar. Features performances of "Do Balloons Go to Heaven," Irish fiddle tunes, and "You Are My Sunshine." Some of the songs are perfo...
Five black and white prints. Images of banjoist, and bones player, Abner Jay of High Springs. Includes two publicity photographs, and three of Jay performing at the Florida Folk Festival with a child. He performed traditional African American songs.
One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. The Finches were from Clearwater. Banjoist Cox resided in Grand Haven, Michigan. The Suwannee River Boys were from Live Oak. Finch was the 1966 Jeannie With Light Brown Hair.
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