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Club 47 At The Kennedy Center


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Club 47 At The Kennedy Center
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Radio. Recorded 8/3 "Club 47 At The Kennedy Center blends the talents of folk legends of the 60's with the young acoustic craftsmen of today. Some of the songs include Tom Rush performing 'Sweet Rotunda', 'Ladies Love Outlaws' and 'Love Stuff'; The Jug Band with 'Mobileline', 'Garden of Joy', and Mississippi John Hurt's 'Richland Woman Blues'; Patty Larkin singing 'Caffeine' and the humorous 'To the Mall'; and the New Grass Revival performing their popular 'Can't Stop Now' and the Rhythm Aces' 'Last Letter Home.'

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Performance for a Live Audience
Chicago: “Club 47 At The Kennedy Center,” 01/26/1989, GBH Archives, accessed January 29, 2022,
MLA: “Club 47 At The Kennedy Center.” 01/26/1989. GBH Archives. Web. January 29, 2022. <>.
APA: Club 47 At The Kennedy Center. Boston, MA: GBH Archives. Retrieved from
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