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MusicFestQ A 1988 #phillyfolkfest memory. Tom Rush, Taj Mahal, Maldaurs, Jug B "Wasn't That A Mighty Storm" (RB @milkfish) (reblip)
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MusicFestQ Closing out campers only concert: @hootshellmouth "This Hand Is A Mighty Hand" #phillyfolkfest #folkfest2010
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MusicFestQ Another campers only concert highlight: @cadillacsky "Sinners Welcome" #phillyfolkfest #folkfest2010
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MusicFestQ Audra Mae opened Philadelphia Folk Festival's campers only concert. "Snake Bite" #phillyfolkfest #folkfest2010

Audra Mae Snake Bite

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MusicFestQ I'll b looking forward to this 1 tonight @phillyfolkfest. @HootsHellmouth - Home in a Boxcar #phillyfolkfest (reblip)
 
GetUpBass I can never play this song just once. @HootsHellmouth - Home in a Boxcar #albumaday #phillyfolkfest
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MusicFestQ RT @RACircus: RAC excited about Philadelphia Folk Festival...up Sunday, August 22nd! | #phillyfolkfest - listen
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MusicFestQ RT @point_ent: @ameliacurran performs at #phillyfolkfest http://bit.ly/9jZCux | Sweet voice - take a listen

Amelia Curran -- All Hands On A Grain Of Sand

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MusicFestQ A taste of Jacquescoley - He's @PhillyFolkFest in Aug #phillyfolkfest - "Can this Black Man Sing the Blues?"
 
GetUpBass A taste of Jacquescoley - He's @PhillyFolkFest in Aug #phillyfolkfest - "Can this Black Man Sing the Blues?"
   
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