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Croce: "Do you believe the Festival marked a comeback in your own career?" Hurt: "I certainly don't think it hurt," he answered laughing. "Of course my career has seen more comebacks than a Friday night fish fry. I've been around a long time, you know. My first record was for Okeh in 1928" - December 1963, young Villanova student Jim Croce asks a question about the recent Newport Folk Festival in an interview of Mississippi John Hurt for radio station WWVU, from I Got A Name - the Jim Croce Story by Ingrid Croce and Jimmy Rock (Da Capo 2012)

Author Topic: Border legend Long John Hunter, 79, pays a visit to the city that grew up loving  (Read 407 times)

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Finally!  I get to post a local gig.  Anybody wanna go?   :D

Border legend Long John Hunter, 79, pays a visit to the city that grew up loving him.
http://www.elpasotimes.com/ci_18052255
make plans

?  Who: Long John Hunter.

?  When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

?  Where:"Pop's Cantina Bar, 6315 N. Mesa.

?  How much: Free.

?  Information: 691-8062, http://facebook.com/pages/Long-John-Hunter/200745179963367.


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