One reel to reel recording. Tammy Murray served as the emcee. Israeli dance group -- performing to recorded music -- led by Susie Rudder of Gainesville. Group consisted of nine dancers in Israeli outfits (skirts and trousers). Perform traditional Jewish dances.
One reel to reel recording. Tammy Murray served as the emcee. Patchwork was led by Cathy DeWitt, and hailed from Gainesville. The song Chief Osceola was written by Will McLean. Other members were: Tammy Murray, Jolene Star Jones, Barbara Johnson, and Janet Tucker.
One reel to reel recording. Bill Dudley served as emcee. The Heritage Singers were from Lakeland, and consisted of three males dressed in traditional American costumes, singing about the American past. Phil Schneider was the leader.
One reel to reel recording. Bill Dudley served as emcee. The Wacahooters played for the Cross Creek Cloggers, both groups from Gainesville. Tammy Murray played fiddle and sang; and Bill Dudley played guitar. Folklorist Debbie Fant introduced them.
One reel to reel recording. They played old time and bluegrass music. Julian "Goose" Culbreath learned to play fiddle from his father (Marvin "Hal" Culbreath), who won many contests on Georgia. Julian originally came to Florida with his family to Hamilton County. In 1921, they moved to Cortez, Flori...
One reel to reel recording. Crider served as the emcee. Rice was born in Virginia, but entered the music scene in California. By the late 1960s and 1970s, he was popular on the bluegrass circuit. In the 1990s, he began recording for Rounder Records. The unit consisted of Rice (guitar); Ronnie Simpki...
One reel to reel recording. Dudley served as emcee. The group consisted of Ernie Williams (banjo); Rochelle Yaeger (vocals); Darlyn Caudille (vocals/mouth harp); Robert Levine (washtub bass); and Dennis Devine (guitar). They were based in Dade City.
One reel to reel recording. Dudley served as emcee. The group consisted of Dudley (guitar); Kathy Aagard (fiddle); and Peter Martin (flute/hammered dulcimer). They formed in 1980, and played English, Scottish, Celtic, and Irish songs.
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