One reel to reel recording. Williams served as emcee. The group consisted of Amy Cox, Gerry Cox, Regina Cox, Phil Jameson, and John Lilley. The filled in for Ralph Blizzard and the New Southern Ranblers.
One digital audio tape (DAT). Storyteller Louis served as emcee. The Homegrown String Band featured Amy Cox (fiddle) Gerry Cox (guitar) and Regina Cox (banjo). Aua Aua Ron featured Bob Murphy (fiddle0, Mike Stapleton (accordion), Cathy Murray (triangle), David Massey (guitar), and Mary Alice Turpin ...
One digital audio tape (DAT). (Copied onto C95-154 & C95-155.) Naumann served as emcee. Banjoist Murray played with several unnamed musicians. The performance by the New Sand Mountain Wilcats is contineud on D95-27.
Old-time string band and bluegrass music have deep roots in Florida. The selections on this disc are from groups that range from amateurs to seasoned professionals—even the "Father of bluegrass music" himself, Bill Monroe.
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