One audio cassette recordings. Lee served as emcee. The band consisted of Jerry Carris (guitar), Virgil Garrison (guitar), Patsy Allen (guitar), Julia Garrison (bass), Gail Keel (autoharp), and Bob Allen (mandolin).
One audio cassette recording. Williams served as emcee. Don Ferren and Friends (Jim Robertson - fiddle; Melanie Robertson - banjo; Johnny McClure - guitar; autoharp; Don Ferrens - bass; Tim Ferrens) J.U. played banjo, and Wanda the guitar.
One digital audio tape (DAT). (Copied onto C94-69 and C94-70.) Storyteller Bruce served as the emcee. Simple Gifts consisted of Cheryl Belanger on autoharp and Ray Belanger on guitar. They were from Tampa. The Lees were from Flagler Beach, and sang original songs. Guitarist Jirousek of Safety Harbor sang country blues. Poindexter of Jacksonville played guitar and banjo. Smith joined him on hammered dulcimer. Guitarist Levine was also from Jacksonville. Celtic harpist was from St. Augustine and played Scottish tunes.
One digital audio tape (DAT). Rozar served as emcee. Banjoist Webber was from Odessa. JU (banjo) and Wanda Lee (guitar) were from Bushnell. Joline (bass) and bob (guitar) Patterson sang swing music with Dick Kraft (flute/sax). The Blue Druids of Gainesville performed Irish music.
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.
One digital audio tape (DAT). Taluga and Watt served as emcees. The Treehogs (of Tallahassee) were Tom van Treese (fiddle/guitar), Kay Williams (fiddle/banjo/mandolin), and Mary Cox (banjo). Webb was from Miami. Reel Plaid (also of Tallahassee) consisted of Mary Cox (fiddle), Julie Humphries (flute), Kay Williams (guitar), and John Sullivan.
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