One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. The Suwannee Valley Boys were based out of Ocala. Blackwell and Garrett lived in Lake City. Todd was from Mt. Berry, Georgia, as was Pheney. Thrailkill lived in Wauchula.
One reel to reel recording. The ballad and blues Society was based in Nassau, Bahamas, and were William and Barbara Koehler. Norcross lived in Tampa, as did Knight.
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Three reel to reels. The Beers Family began the Fox Hollow Folk Festival in 1966, which was held annually in Petersburgh, New York until 1980. Both Boltin and Ritchie played the first year -- and these undated recordings might be from that year. In 1972, Bob Beers died in a car accident in Vermont.&...
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