One reel to reel recording. Murray served as the emcee. Southwind consisted of Sandra Jenison (bass/vocal); Doug Nauman (banjo/vocal); Sharon Nauman (autoharp/vocal); and Mary Ann Dinella (guitar/vocal).
One digital audio tape (DAT). (Copied onto C94-79/80.) Singer-guitarist Crider served as the emcee. Juna Apple, led by Bruce Lawall, was based out of Pensacola. Southwind consisted of Sandra Jemison, Mary Ann Dinella, Dennis Devine, and Sharon Castor. The Drava International Folk Dancers were based...
One digital audio tape (DAT). Milner served as emcee. Crider played with Kogut. A recording of the late Gamble Rogers telling stories was played. Southwind featured Dennis Devine, Sharon Naumann, Mary Ann Dinella, Sandra Jameson, Wayne Martin, and Jan Glidewell.
Two proof sheets with 72 black and white images (plus negatives). Images are hard to see. Several images are of the ground. Audio recordings of the tribute can be found in S 1576, reels T91-52 and T91-53.
One audio cassette recording. Wadley served as emcee. Southwind performed as part of a Traditional String Band Workshop. The band consisted of Dennis Devine (guitar), Mary Ann Dinella (guitar), Doug Naumann (banjo), Sharon Naumann (autoharp), and Sandra Jemison (bass).
Two reel to reel recordings. Landon Walker served as the emcee. Famed Florida songwriter and folk singer Gamble Rogers died on 10 October 1991 saving a man drowning on the East Coast. The following Festival, several Florida singers gatehred on the final night to offer a tribute. The Governor declare...
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