One digital audio tape (DAT). Strickland and Plitt served as emcees. Poindexter, of Jacksonville, played guitar and banjo. Guitarist Stewart was from Tarpon Springs. Her husband Paul Stewart played bass.
One digital audio tape (DAT). Plitt served as emcee. Guitarist Kirkwood was from Pensacola. Keeler, of Palm Bay, played guitar, dobro, and mandolin. The Tree Hogs, of Tallahassee, played square dance music. [A tree hog is slang for a squirrel.]
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 Bainbrid...
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