Donna Green-Townsend serves as emcee. Thomas (guitar, vocals) is accompanied by R. Litschauer (guitar, mandolin), B. Litschauer (banjo), DeWitt (bass), and Geberer (harmonica). Fitchen (vocals) joins on "I'm Florida, Need I Say More." Thomas was from Polk County, Fla.
Donna Green-Townsend serves as emcee. Gauss (guitar, vocals) is joined by Thomas (vocals) on "The Flatwoods of Home." Martin (fiddle), the Enablers (vocals), and unnamed performers accompany on the rest of the songs.
One audio cassette. This album was recorded by Olustee Records in Lake Wales. Because this is a copyrighted album, no copies can be made from it. From Lake Wales, singer/songwriters Frank and Ann Thomas won the 1993 Florida Folk Heritage Award for their songs on Florida History.
20 audio cassettes. NOTE: Due to copyright issues, duplications will not be made. Patrons may only listen to recordings in the research room. The Folk Show was a weekly radio show broadcast between August 1987 through January 1988, and was hosted by Butterfield. The show featured an eclectic mix of...
Four audio cassettes. Recordings of performances of Florida-related at the Boat Landing Gazebo. The program began at noon. Most of the songs performed were original compositions. Recordings of the Sunday performances can be found on C85-45 through C85-51, box 17, S 1576.
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