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EDITOR'S NOTE August,1961,Orillia Oval.-The audience, somefour thousand.The first voice. PeteMcGarvey Sr.: 'Tb inaugurate thisunique eaentin Canadianmusicalhistory,I unuld like to call to thestageHis WorchipMapr George Mclzan, 'Orillia Mapr of the towtt of Oillia.'. Counciland all citizeu of Oillia, an uprasion ofgreatgratitude to thefounden of thisfatiual, Dr andMrc. CrawftrdJonesand Mr Ed Counn,producerand promoterand to all whohaaebeenassociatedin this mammoth undertaking.Theyhaaewon our lastittg appreciationfor an accomplishmentthat will ranhamongthegreatmomentsof Oillia." rlhus, Mariposawasintroducedand I officially openedthirty years ago for peopleto hold poety through music. TodayMariposaencouragestraditional and contemporarywork rooled in our folklore. It has beensaidthat poetry is the most potent of humancommunication,a simpleand logicalexpression.Music andpoeby can be greater than their parts. hompted by an idea,enhancedby a rhyme, pointed by meter, colouredby metaphor;poetic fusion is beyondanalysisand at times logic when it touchesthe human soul. It is our collective soulwhich movesour nation. 'This land is your land...? "lf foetry coma not as naturally as the leaoq to a tree,it hadbetternot comeat all." (ohn Keats1818)Poeby expressedthrough folklore is part of people'sculture. Often hiddenby theyield to commerce,today's folklore can be heard when an aulomobile manufacturerevokesa metaphysicalanalog5r by usingthe word "strearnline,"or an architect's"skyscraper,"or a part5/s "crasher.'Like the leaves of Keat'spoetic metaphor,the Songsof Mariposacan conjure nafuralspirit. Mariposaand Molson share the purposeof bringing this most important collectionof singers,writers, dancers, musicians,artists and poets to you. Pleasejoin us to welcomeand respecttheir artisticwealth.The contentof this guide to Mariposais the resultantsynergismof numerousconkibutions. Thankyoueveryone. SandyMoffat ProgrammeGuideCoordinator

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DISCOGRAPHY

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FESTIVALS ACROSS THISLAND BACKTO BASICS

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VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARDS

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lffit}trffit[ a ii!1i:lii;-'!:i:i i;l:";fr::ilr-,f,ffild{,1,ilT#jl ltmu$havetheq'alitvof folk,tofonc afolkfesti'alstage F,:-1]t15${ffi towncrier.Inmvview, fl ][i ffifi'E"*il whenfolk 'L;{::}t#$L#" Ii }a *,volume' forexcessive isnoplace thev 4,1;,"rT" i Ii ."\ ,*"-J' Il i;$ffiii1g! theirconcerns' talktogether about ltr$.i}:* :l ig+"m Ii I don'tbellowinafriendsear! $ilfi::*"tiff*",$l, \{ Igilttffi"**tl would sendme ff*'HiiiiT*:"{*:t;l,' folkfestival Myultimate .1'{,'. I;rffi,*fi*'ffii1 "'i{il.q,*T.q , beable*1:T"S$,#"::Hf,t"Ti:l I would anewsong. home humming .#l i

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opected knightsto emergefor ajoustinc competition,ratherthanlonghairedfolkies withguitarsandbanjos.Andtheaudience! Thousandsof peoplefrom all overthe muntry hadswarmedto Mariposafor that magicalweekend.

Everyfbrkfestivarpresentstraditio4armusic fom the British Islesandthe UnitedStates.

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to cailup a pictureof a womanplayingan autoharpandsinging,her hairblowingin thebreezeand thesbgesrrroundedby trees,with crowdsof peoplesittingin the srn, listening.Or of a crowdedtent,the audience rockingwiththejoyoussoundsof anethnicgroup.I wouldhavefounda souvenir,a hand+raftedkeasure,a record,

orr-shirt quesrion being poster without ers rhisisaccepred soundor theIrish sound. ttreAppalachian But the questionaskedby the mediaat that first festival,asat everyonesince,was "\Mhatis the Canadiansound?"Perhapsby nowenoughrealCanadiansongshavebeen psyche writtento expressthe Canadian which,with someintelligentsearch,can answerthequestion The definitionof folk musicvariesaccording to the source.For me,however,it is the uor populi-thevoice of the people.In the Dark Ages,peoplewereoncernd abouttheir oppressive feudallords;theywerehungry andfearedbeingkilled by enemies.These werethe themesof their songsTodaywe haveotherfears,whichouryouth e:press throughalternativemusic Somepeoplefind thelanguageandthe volumeoffensive,but in 1990,I don'tblamethemfor shouting their profanity.Considerwhatthey haveto worry aboutandhow dfficult it is forthem to reachthe earsof authority.Erwironmental catastropheg racism,poverty,hunger;war-

I wouldhavepleasrreto recallon a winter night anda challengeto becomeinvolved in - removingfearsfromthelivesof our children. 0

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GAYTE ACKROII) Energetic,vivocious,ond o remorkobly good singer,Goyle Ackroydis becoming bestknownin Toronlobr her Soturdoy oflernoonsongwritsrs'workshopsot Sneoky Deet upfownclub. Afier yeorson fie rood withvoriousbonds,her musicis on inhiguingblendof counhy,bluesond r&b. gagc p.n.UUI Showcose Sun. I pn - 1.30

ANHAJ Foscinotedby musicond poetry ond deeply immersed in thevisuoloil world,Anhoi's unusuolstyleinvolveso multifudeof sounds. Shehos performedin o vorietyof locol clubs,on CBC, ond on Toronto'solternolive rodiostotions; sheis o highlyunusuolortist. goge p.n.-4.45p.n.&lllslnwtose fttn.4.15

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Bornond roisedin Soskotoon,BrendoBoker now livesin Regino.Her musicwos honedin coffuehousesocrosslhe Proiries,but her new self{itledCD releoseshowso sophisticolionond skillhighlyunusuolin o debut recording.She'llbe o fomiliorvoiceto CBC - shehosoppeoredon countless listeners - ond she showsrecordedin Soskotchewon wos boluredon o 1988 television pro grommefilmedot theWinnipegFestivol ond seehon AdrienneClorkson's Summer Festivolseries.In oddition to her work os o rcngwriler,she'so publishedpoei ond fictionwriter,ond hoson octingcoreeron hold.Thisis herMoriposodebut. p.n.- illikighta,lp idet d GndArcer fti. | 1.30 Sot.| 1.30 p.n.- I p.m'We(we'lnt' lln lppoitehx pwtI' fut, 4.45p.n.- 5.15p.n.l|/indfrvel halgage 6ilhen\ameil ' goge'tle h tln Cooking \t. 5,30pn. 6.45pn. Pnd 9n. I I o.n.- 12norll. Mwk lnl 'nvVeidci hngI fvq Hegrd' p.n.- L30p.mSwaftoge 9n. 12.30 'lovehngsfu lhe'9h' ftnr 4.45p.n.- 6p.n.fuho* fan 'lakuhqnilutYle{

BELL& SHORE NothonBellond SusonShoreore o hordhittingduo from lowo whosework fits in the 'new counlry' cotegory- but thereis so muchmoregoing on in the songsthol Nothonwrites;theseore sloriesobout reol people,reol ploces,reol emotions.lf you osk themwho influenced $eir music,they;ll lhrowout nomeslikeFronkZoppo,Jomes Brownond Merle Hoggord.And onyone

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who hosdiscoveredfieir two olbums- lirle lvbviesond L*onko lvbtel -will be woiting for sonosfikeHe's BeenDrunkEverSine HisWife Went PunkondRodio Everyone elsewill shoreo V.I.E.T.N.A.M. reol discoveryif they find Bell& Shore duringtheirMoriposodebut. fii. khfiogehrcathons p.n.1wfuookTnt CMql hi. Il p.n,- I 1.45 p.n.- 2.30p.mPndStoge iot. 12,20 'ld ldu nd (hnetina)frue' 'lleuvoku' ht. 5p.n.- 6p.n.Anrhroillnl p.n. illikight0rd6ol GndApq ht. I I p.n- 1.30 p.m.tua Stoge 9n.I2.30 'Iovehngsfw lhe'\As' Su.4p.m.-5.15p.n.'Singingin Hrnnf

WTttIEP.BENNETT Longcelebrotedos one of the very bestof Conodionsongwriters, Willie P.Bennett hos beenportof fhe SouihernOntorioblk scene for yeorsond he continues to get betierond better,bothos o writerond os on omiobly heorf-worming performer;he writessongs lhotolmosfeveryonecon identifywith. He'so regulorperformerot feslivolsocross ConodoHe'sonlywiih uson Fridoy,be sure fo cotchhim, he'lltouchyour heort! fri. lloinfiogc p.n.'TileCue'bnlCrll,cal ti. Il p.m.- 11l.45

BREAN DERG MUC ThisCelticGroup ltheir nomehonslotesos "Red E),edFoulSmellingPig"fconsidsof Kevin& BloineFullbrook,HomesHook,ond Al Porrish.They'regreotfun - ond olso longtime Moriposovolunteers. tu. I 1.30o.n.- I2nw f/.illlSlwwn9ry

KIM&JBRRY BRODEY Conodo hos long beenknovn for beyond our bordersos the sourceof someof he mostinveniive,pertinentond coring music br childrenever recorded.Dozensof blk orfisb hove reolisedthot oudiencesof porentsond fieir childrenrespond enhusiosiicollyficmusic$ot doesn'tloke kidsfor gronbd, ond - moreimporfrcndy doesn'ftolkdown b hem. KimondJerry Brodey,o husbondondwifefeomore omongthe bestortisfsin thefield;theirthird olbum,Ouf of ThisWorld, is on invigorofing mix of differenlmusicolinfuences. Along with iheirfriendsRedGrommerond Jock Grunsky,theyshorefie PondStogebr o speciollvloriposofomilyconcerton Soturdoy,ond they'llclosethe children's oreo TreeSlogeon Sundoyofiernoon. Sd. 23Ap.n.- 1p.n.Pudfiogefuf,y oinul fun.4.15p.n.- 5p.n.Vlindfrivefl hnfiogc hil&n\dcing anwl

tEEBERRYHITL PETER CINDY CASE Findingo lobelto puton Cindy Lee Berryhilltquirky,off-thewoll,musicisn'l hord.How oboutscruffy,scroppy,& giddy? Thisis koshfolk,folks;exuberontond very personolsongsobouldumbmen,girlsfying womenwho know lo mokedecisions, exoctlywherethey'regoing (ondwith whomf. FromSon Diego,vio LosAngeles ond New York'sGreenwichVilloge,Berryhill mokesmusicthotmokeso bizorresenseoll of ilsown. p.m.- 2.30 p.mPndStoge Sot.I2.30 '\il lolumd(funetimu| hue' (we'lenl(mcsl ful. 4p.n.- 4.45p.n. 'Toke iot. 5.30pn - 6.45p.mPond fioge'Nle DotlwCooking'

ARLENE BISHOP ArleneBishopsoyssheusedlo writesongs obout love, lossond deoth; now shewriles oboutmoreposifivethings,likelove,loss, ond living.She'scelebroting o yeorof Tuedoy night performonces ol Toronlo's CobonoRoom,whereo vorietyof music celebrities hovebeenseenenioyingher inlense,oftenhumorous, shows. p.n - 5.45 pn (KLllShowon 5a.5.15 Stoge

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TimPerlich, writingin NOW lvlogozine recently,describedPeterCose better$on "lf onyone: onyoneembodiesthe neormythicollroubodour,itt PeterCose.Drifting olone from city lo town with only o guitor ond his true life lolesto tell,Cosehos picked up fie hoil hod by folk oncestorsfrom Woody Guthrieto TownesVon Zondtb Bob Dylon."Formerly thesingerond guiloristlos well os songwriter)with the lole'7Os power pop group ThePlimsouls, Cosehos been simplifying his music,ond mokingils impoct moredirect,eversince.PelerCosesummed himselfup when he tilledhissecondolbum on the Gefbn lobel.Colled The llon With theBlue Postmdern FrogmentedNeo Troditionolist Guilor, lhotobout soysit oll. Especiollywhen you heorthe rcngs. p.n.Anakn lirhatnt tun.IHA o.n.- 12.15 'ft utrtiond Cunryb lb* Surgs' 9n. 4pm - 4.45p.n.Mko* ln kV twp' 9n. llainfiogehncal

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lf Conodioncounlrymusichoso hero, Slompin'TomConnorsis it. Thisis hisftrst Moriposooppeoroncein closeto 20 yeors; it is, in foci, hisfirstmoioroppeoroncein southern Ontorioin olmostl3 yeors.A on+ fime drifterond coost{ocoosthitch-hiker, TomConnorspickedup hiscountrymusic fromWilf Corlerond HonkSnow,ond begono musicolcoreerwhen he wos o few centsshortof the priceof o beer in o Timminsbor. In exchongebr o drink,he songsomesongs- ond stoyedot fhe Empire Hotelfor morethono yeor. Soon he wos hovellingoll overOntorio,mokinghis Toronlodebutol the venerobleHorseshoe Tovern.Thesongswere comingfost- lrue sloriesobout fruckdriversfrom down eost, oboutlivingin Sudbury,oboutpicking lobocco,obout ihe TTC,obout shipwrecksin theMorifimes;in short,songsobout Conodo.With no opporenteffort,he mode morethon30 olbums,mostof themof his own songs.Hisenormoussuccess on lelevision, on records,in clubsond concerts wos, olos, not molchedby his successon rodio;commerciol countrystolionsfelthis musicwosn'tsmoothenough,ond they preferredlo feoturelhe musicof Noshville supersiors. Tom,demondingmoreexposure for Conodionorti$s,ftnollyquit the business, gove bockhisJunoAwords,ond disoppeoredfrom view. His rough-hewn voice,hommeredbooFheel, ond senseof lhisnofion'sdownJoeorthlife hoveoll been sorelymissed.TheMoriposo Feslivol- os well os Conodionsfromcoostlo coostond o new generotion of musicions, songwrilers ond fons- ore thrilledlo welcomehim bock. p.n.- I I p.n. lhin Stoge ht. 9.40 ameil

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Thisduo leomedup o coupleof yeorsogo, ond Roy'sexcitingguiicr work, ollied wih Ano'sunusuolvocol styleond compelling songs,hovehelpedbuild o solidfollowing br fiem. The poir ore regulorperformersin o numberof Torontoclubs,mostfrequentlyof C'estWhot. Fortheir Moriposodebut, fiey're ioined by bossistRobBertolo. 9ry 5a.2p.n.- 2.30pm KIll Slnwtrl*

who hos been recording A singer-songwriter ond performingherown moterioloround Toroniosince1986, SoroCroig hosbeen ond boturedon recordingsby JimLomorche CholkCircle.Somelimes comporedtc fie likesof PottiSmithond KoteBush,she is o writerond perbrmer tc keepo lookoutbr. l23Ap.n.- I p.n Kll Shovu*9og !urua.

Thiseightmondrumgroup,led by Jimmy Dick,bringstroditionolConodionNolive port Indiondrumming- portceremoniol, port spirifuol- to wider enterlrcidment, oudiences;fie group is mokingih ftrst oppeoronceot Moriposo. Sa. Il o.n.- 1l.30o.n Pndfiqe'TfuW llwetil{ pn - LN p.n. AtnuiwrAirlinesknt'[}iffrient Sot.12.30 Itrrwnqs'

A refreshingnew singer/songwriteron fhe Toronloscene,KofhyrnEvet songsoffer of bothfoithond depthos well os messoges hope. Shewos one of ten ftnoli$sfeotured on the 1989 CFNYlvlodernRock olbum. compilotion goge Sot.4.15p.n - 4.45p.n. Kllt Slnwmn

FATMAN WAYING DIXIBHI]MITINGBIRDS Theyeor wos 1928. Thestockmorketcrosh wos stillo yeor owoy, AmelioEorhorthod iustcrossedthe Ailontic.And in South Corolino,o new vocolgroupwos mokingits firstoppeoronces.Eversince,the Dixie hovebeenone of fhe most Hummingbirds gospelgroups- os well os one of influentiol thevery best- in fie historyof Americon populormusic.Theyhovebeeno mo[or influencein the developmentof rhythmond blues;theirshowmonship ond vocolstyle hoveleft on indeliblemorkon soulgroups liketheTempfotions, os well os on the music of orlistsos voried os JockieWilson ond PoulSimon(yes,they'relhe singerswho mode Lovelv'teUkeo Rocksuchon omozing tunef. Leodsingerlro Tuckerhos beenwih the Hummingbirds br morethonholfo cenfury guitoristHoword Corrollfor 36 yeors,ond JomesWolker34. Newcomer PoulOrvenshos beenwith the 'Birdsfor lhreeyeors.Forsheerpower, joy, ond elofion,nothingot lvloriposowill be oble to motchthe emotionolimpoctof this incredible vocol group. Sqt.3.15a.n.- 4p.n.lkh 9og oflenwrcncat 9n. I I o.m- I p.n.Pndfioge'A toyfulll&e'

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long knorrnos Otfowo'sbusiest- ond most populor- club bond, FolMon Woving oppeorsin Toronloonly bo rorely.Thisis o pity, ond ifs o distinctpossibilityhot if $ey were bosedin Conodo'sloudestcity,they would hoveeornedo mo[orlobel recording controctby now.Thebond consistsof RebeccoCompbell(vocols),Don Artuso (guiforond bossf,FredG. (guitor|,Peter clorinetond soxesf Kiesewoligr(keyboords), , ond Jomes RossMurroy (drums,percussion) Sbphens{boss,violinf. Ms. Compbelltoured o numberof bstivolslostyeor os o member of JoneSiberry'stouringgroup, butwhen shecome to lvloriposoit wos simplyfor the loughsond the music.Now thotsheond the bond ore herein fieir own righl, you should be notiftedthot$elr music(occordingto the FotMon to whom fiey wovef is o curefor flot feetond brokenheorts. tn. 8.20p.n- 8.50p.n. llninfioy fJonrrrl ti. 12ili&ight- I p.n tnuim Ahlilnslent Sot.4p.n - fiA pn. Anaim Mhnslarl '$twaisAhveodWd nd fioingd lloknnlsk' p.n.-1eorho*lent Su.12nooa-I 'Edilin'ffi'(Jolnsfiflnnsl 5n. 4p.n - 5.15p.n.Pud9w (16aru@efll

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TomGollont,like monyolherMorilimers,hos spenthistimein Toronlobut thecoll of the seoolwoysseemsto bring him homeogoin. A veteronof CBC rodio ond television series,het currentlyon the rood os Tom Connors'openingoci on hisnofionollour which he describesto friendsos o bit like "hovelling with Elvis,so intenseis fhe responSe, so enfhusiostic theoudiences". Gollontwill openStompin'Tom'sset,ond will olso perbrmwith the RonkinFomilyon Soturdoyofternoon. ht. 5.30p.n.- 6.45p.n.'l&l fue'lent 'lfu,ichm Dwr Eost ofHqe' p.n.- II p.n tldnfioge6mat Sot.9.40 nlhfionpin'Tan 6mts

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KAREN GAMBTB Bornin Monireol,Korengrew up in Oshowo,but left right ofter high schoolto trovelthroughoulEurope,North Africo, fuio ond the For Eost.Shebuskedwherevershe went, bul oftercomingbock two yeors loter, figuredshe neededto leorn moreobouf the guitor,ond sheis now tokingclossicol troining.Her own moferiolis sometimes introspective, but frequentlyfoucheson her experiences duringhertrovels. lsi 12llon - I2.30p.n. fflll Slwwco* fioge

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One of fie mostpopulorchildren's perfiormers in the Unird Sbbs, Red Grommeris mokingo roreConodion oppeoroncowith his lvloriposodebut- but the choncesore lhol he'll becomemuch befier*norn ofter his best*ellingrecord, TeochingPeooe,gels wide distributionin Conodo from his new recordlobel,The Children'sGroup. Prioric hisdo ccrreeros o children'sorlist, he wos o mernberof the populorblk group Thelimelighters, replocingGlen Yorboroughos the leod singerond iruring throughoutthe United Sictesond Europe,oppeoringin concerl speciolsfor bofi the PBSond Show|ime nElworks. Sd.2.fr p.n - 4pm Pnd9og faily mor irm.I p.n - 230p.n Pudfiap'lh nqrafu tp'6hf

Bornin Aushio,JockGrunskycometo Conodowhen he wos ftve,ond leornedhis a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a o a a a a a a a a a a a a a musicfrom hishther, o cellistwith the a ToronirSymphony.Returningic Aushioos o aa benoger,he builto strongmusicolcoreeros a a o pop singerin Europe,ond recordedholfo a a {ozen olbums,orrongedmusicfor o numbera a of children'sblevisionspeciols,rcoredfor O a films,ond hostedo weeklyrodio series. a a Sincehe come bock ic Conodo, he hos a recordedhro olbums- his lotest,lmogirwry a a Win&w, is being releosedin Conodoond a a the UnitedStctesby TheChildren'sGroup- a ond he hosbeentokinghis'porlicipofory' aa a concerlslo schoolsond libroriesocross a a Ontrrrio,hostoughtmusicin Toronlo a theyeorround Support MontessoriSchoolsond ot $e lnstitutefor a a of oclivilieshe Foundotion Child Study,ond hosoppeoredon Mr. a a Dressupond The ElephontShow p.n.- BA p.n.Wndfrvelheofiogc 5d. 12.45 a a tf,*at\comerl a a Sa.Z.fl p.m- 4p.n.Pndfiagofwnilycwrwt

GRINVOUS ANGETS Few bondsorb os cerloin trcreochsuccessin. lhe nexl littlewhile os fiis powerfulTorontc rootsbond. And if the term"roob bond" confusesyou, s€e if you con comeup with o befler descriplion ficr o bond thot porrers ils woy firough the originol songsof guitorist ChuckAngus, ond ften shifisto o powerhouseStompin'Tomfunewilh nory o pouse. A senseof Conodion ploceinbrms olmost everythingthe bond bckles;you'll heor menlionsof everythingfromthe Montreol Conodiensfo Kopuskosing in $eir songs. SingerMichelleRumbollis olso o wicked spoonsployer;drummerPeterDuffin(like ChuckAngusfis o veleronof llEtronger; bossistT.S.Hodleycometo the bond from Otbwo's busyundergroundmusicscene. PelerJellord,o ftne ftddle ployerwho olso ploysoccordion,sox, bonjo ond hormonico, completeshe lineup;Peterolso leodshis own bond,TheCoiunRomblers. pn Swet9ry 5d. I p.n.- 1.30

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HARD IIINERS ROCK Thismorvelously tolentedgroupcomeslo MoriposofromVoncouver,where they hove builto reputotion os one of the bestgoodtime bondseverio mokeihe Wesl Coost fonspoy otlenlion,lough,ond donce 'edge' lhemselves silly.There'so streehrise lo theirmusic,ond Mike Miner,Purdy Gurdy,Big DoddyO, AustinSpoce,SteveE. ond lke (nevermindtheirreolnomesl)hove lf you iusios muchfun os theiroudiences. con'lgel o hondleon thegroupfromthis descripfion, how oboutthisfromthe "o Edmonton HelenMetello: iug Journol's bondwithoutoirg . . . o morvellous morriogeof hillbillyclossicsond new-musicgonehoyseed." Thegroupstortedthree yeorsogo os streelbuskers, ond now lhey're on o nolionollour.Justgoeslo show,eh? Fri. I I p.n.- illidnight Anari(utAirlinesht p.mAneiunAilinesFlil Sot.HAp.n.- 2.30 'fokin'ittothc Sm*' p.n.- 2.45p.mWindPlivel ttn. 1.45 TreeStoge 'Susking lorKids ofil Age{ 9n.5.45p.m.- 6.45p.n Aneican AtlinesTent 'Digging Deepa'

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Thefirstlodyof counhymusic,Emmylou Horrisfirstcometo ottentionos the hormony singerwith Grom Porsons'ground-breoking counlrybond.Herwork on histwo olbums recording led herto o WornerBrothers controctin 1974. Her firstolbum,Piecesof theSky,went rightto thetop of lhe chorts,os did herftrstsingle,lf I CouldWin YourLove. Therehovebeeno dozenolbumsfor the fie l98Z plotinumIrio lobelsince,including olbumshecutwilh herfriendsLindoRonstodt 'troditionol'outings ond DollyPorlon,her Girlond her current like8/ueKentucky record,Bluebird.In odditionto herown records,shehoseornedo stellorreputolion os o hormonysinger,ond hosrecordedwith dozensof orfists,fromBob [lon (checkout yourcopiesof Desire)lo JohnDenver.ond fromDonWilliomslo johnnyCosh.Shehos workingwith her, olwoyshod fine musicions ond monyof them,likeVinceGill ond Ricky Skoggs,hovegoneon lo buildskong coreersof theirown. Her bond thistimewill Al Perkins on steelguitor, includethebrilliont Andy Sleworton guitor,ond ConodionLorry Horrisis o Amolonuik on drums.Emmylou of theCounlryMusic formerpresident Foundotion. ond now livesoubideNoshville wifi herhusbond,English-born songwriler PoulKennerley. "flnginginHarmnf p.m.Pondfiage fun.4p.n.- 5.15 (tncat fun. lhinStoge

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DEru JACKSON Eversincetheworld discoveredthe blues, monyyeorsofter its birthin the confinesof rlo"e.v in Americo'ssouthernstoles,kids from unlikelyploceshovebeengetting bqetherto recreotefie ofmosphere,the ond the styleof music$ot hos so-ngr, muslcoll overfheworld.Alon infuenced turned Block,RickFines,ond Gory Peeples fieir loveof ocousticbluesinto iom sessions ot porties- ond now theirgroup, in kitchens Deho,is on the brinkof moior Jockson success' Conodionond inlernotionol Onl., musthoveseemedon Peferborough, unlikelyplocefo comefromwhen fhey plocedburth in the NotionolBluesAwords in Memphisbockin 1988.Nov fhebond hosreleoseditsfirstCD, simplycolled koustic 8/ues,ond ore reody to win o hosi of new fonsot Moriposo. p.n.- | o.m'hke(ue'fenl ki. 11l.45 Sol.4p.n.- 5.30p.n.Pndfioge'A{ounicBhts{ Sot.5.30p.n.- 6.45p.n. lnukanirtulinufail Slonpin"mmDom' 9n. 4p.n.- 5.45p.n.lnukwr Athnetlent 'Bluesinillp Ahenon'

MERRICK JARRETT With o longbockgroundin folk music, lvlerrickJorrettperformedot monyof fie bstivolsin Moriposo'sfirstdecode(including the firsione in Orillio).Hislongexperience os o blklorist,oftenworkingwith Edith Fowke,resultedin o numberof olbumsond His frequentCBC rodjo progrommes. reseorchintolhe folk musicof Austrolioond New Zeolond- ot Edith'sinstigolion broodenedhis horizonsevenwider.In recentyeorshe hosbeenlivingond working ond he hosbeenlecturingin in Kifchener, of blk musicfor l2 yeorsol he University Wolerloo.He is olsoon occomplished children'spe#ormer;hiswormthond knowledgeore especiollywelcomeos iis 3Othonniversory. [,loriposocelebrotes fti. 5p.n.- 6.45p.n. AnuianAklfincrl'lrrt '30Yeors i.gofodoy...' 6cq co-lngrlithlexKnig. fri. 7p.n.lrderolGood Arw 'Singorounf fti. li.45p.m.- Ip.n.fudaol Good p.n. I p.mhaa fioge Sot.12.15 Songs honDwr Uiler' 6ildren\onen p.n.- 4.45lltndflivelheefioge Sa. 4.15 9n. 2.45p.n.- 3.15p.n.tfnilRivelheeStoy df,&n\oncel p.n.Swelfiogc'Bilods and fuuiu' fun.5p.m.- 5.45

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& KAUSTN ROTAND SATNDERS JOITN RolondKousenond JohnSoundersore veteronsof the Conodionblrrgross scene who migrobd southo decodeogo; now theycoll Clevelondtheir homeond hey ore prominenlmembersof the northeostOhio bluegrossond folk community.Soundersis kbnio,guitorond on occomplished mondolinployer;originollyfromMontreol, os o memberof he he is olso remembered HumberRiverVolleyBop beforehe left Conodoin 1982. He wrilesmemoroble musicin the iozz ond lrishidiomsos well os in the bluegrossstyle.Kousencut his bluegrossteethwith the KentCountyPickers in London,Ont., ond is o singerof greot power ond cloritywho ploysguitor, mondolin,ftddleond bonio.Bothployers ore membersof Clevelond'sHofoot Quortet, who ployedo lvloriposoo few yeorsbock; ihisis fieir firstduo oppeoroncehere' fot. 4p.n.- 5p.n 1wfuooklurt 'floots ol (wntrylhric' p.n.hrfuofGood 6w'komtulmz" Sa.7 o.n.- 7.45 sot.iieidil-l i.n\rhof Goodhwr 'Keq uiinging' pn. fuuho* lal,t 9n. I p.n.- 1.30 '\mio Bwic' ylilhlotnSonde.s pn &whld.lail Su.6p.n.- 6.45 'BmdwusoBmgie'

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FRED KOttER FredKollermodehisfirstConodion oppeoronc€ ot ihe WinnipegFolkFeslivol lostyeor,ond hos been itchingto comebock nodheversince.Bockin Noshville,where "king of theco he lives,theycoll him the woy wriles"os o tributetrcihe in which he helpsothersongwrilerscome up with exceptionol moteriol.Amonghisbiggesthits hovebeencolloborofionswith JohnHiott lAngel Eyes,for Jeff Heoleyf, ond JohnPrine (LefsTolkDirty in Howoiionl. Fredwrole fwo of KothyMofleo's#l countryhils, Goin' Goneond LifeosWe Knew lt.,ond wrole with ShelSilverstein, NRBQ,NoncyGriffith, ond LocyJ.Doltonomongdozensof others. Not onlydoesFredwrile greotsongs,but he singsthemin o voiceond monnerthotwill remindyou of o crossbeMeen Leon Redbone, RondyNewmonond Louis Armstrong. Hismoteriolis funny,oftenwifh on edge- o twistor o surpriselhot mokes hismusicespeciollymemoroble. pm'lile Cwe'Iml Sa.I p.n - 2.30 'lheilppitehxPn 2' fiageComat a-lnl iot. 7p.n hlain ilnrhrooklait 9n. I I o.n.- I2 noon 'lheweidenhngI EvqHeord" p.n.- 3p.n.0ewbrook lart 1.30 Sun. wilhrteKingof theCo-Writu' lIrite o Song

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TexKonig hos hod coreersos o cook, ond film octorgunsmift,photogropher, buthe hosolwoysbeeno singerwho tells stories. Fromhiseorlydoys in New York Ciry he sow the beginningsof thefirstfolk boomin WoshingtonSquorePork;os he grew up he bund hiswoy o few blocksinto GreenwichVilloge,hongingoui with Dove VonRonk,TomPoxton,EricAndersen,Bob Dylon,CorolineHesterond dozensof olhers.Comingto Conodoin 1968 to monogeo coffeehouse,he decidedio sloy, ond hosbeeno significontfigureon Conodo'sfolk sceneever since.He'so bollodeer,o storyteller,ond o mon who commifshismusicto your mindwith core, quielness ond o senseof humour.One finol word:you will be oble to seehim oclingin TheFreshmon, o new film storringMotthew Broderick ond Morlon Brondo. hi. 7p.n 0rduof Good Arwhog p.n.- l0p.n ilrh of6nd (herroncet Fti. 9.30 p.n.- I o.n ilrdqd Good 6eu'$ngorur{ hi. 1|.45

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TADEROUTB MICHAET Originollyfrom the Otlowo Volley,Michoel loderouteis involvedwith video producfion, cookingthe bestchili in trcwn,ond writing computertroining@urses.He olsowriies excellentsongs,coveringo wide rongethot he includesblues,country,ond something colls"folkobilly." tun.5.45p.n - 6.15p.n ULNSlowo*fioge

DNIETTNOIS porents,Doniel Thesonof FrenchConodion Lonoiswos bornin Hull,Quebec,butsoon movedto Homilton.After o periodof ployingwith locolbonds,he setup o smoll which- ofter sludioin thefomilybosement, consideroblesuc@ssworkingwith ortistsos diverseos SylvioTyson,Willie P.Bennett,he DownchildBluesBond,ond JoeHoll- soon movedond grew into whol becomeknown os the Gront AvenueStudios.After British musicions BrionEnoond Jon Hosseldiscoveredthe studioond Lonois'lolenfsos engineer,producerond musicion,he wos introducedlo PelerGobriel, ond loterto the ployersin lrelond'sU2. SincehisGront Avenuedoys, Lonoishosgone on fo pro sellingolbumsfor U2 ond ducemulti*nillion Gobriel,ond morerecenflyhe produced olbumsin New Orleonsfor bothBob Dylon Hisown olbumof ond fie NevilleBrolhers. quiet,personolsongsinspiredby hisown bockground,titled Aadie, hos beeno quiel success, ond he is now in demondos o in Britoinond the resl performer,porticulorly Europe- he leovesMoriposofor Denmork, wherehe will be ployingolhermo[or feslivols.Donielwillbe ployingwilh MolcolmBurn(brmerlywith the Queen Sheelgroup BoysBrigode,ond now o producerin hisown right),RonoldJones, ond DorylJohnson. o.n.0urbnil lenl'Guilw fltui( Sot.I I a.n.- I 1.45 Sol.llainfiogeConcal

TREE-O HSIJASPIT TheleslieSpitTreeo does notrcund like PeterPoulond l'lory. But[ouro Hibbert,Jock Nicholson,ond Potlongner hoveq record conhocfin theirbock pockef(withCoPiicU, ond o bunchof brove new songsfo sings. They'llclosethe CKLNShorrcoseSlrogeon Sobrdoy oftern*1 . you'll discoverwhy they'reso pbpulorl lot. 6.15pn - 6.15p.m ffill Slwun fiqc

PAMBTA TILLIRD A womon who singsfte blues,Pomelo Ullordbegon her coreerin her hometorn of Chicogo,wherefhe driving locql music sceneocled os o powerfulinspirofion.She writesher own moteriol,ond is mokingmore frequenlopp€oroncesin locol clubssince she movedb Toronto. Sa. 5.15p,n.- 5.45p.n.6N Shwusfu

MAIITATHINI & TIIE MAHOTELTA QUEENS A4ohlothini collshimselfTheUonof Sorelo; ond o hisoweinspiringstogepresence voice hot moy remindsomeof the lole, greotHowlingWolf bringsmboqongomusic fromthe fownshipsof SouthAfrico. He begonhiscoreerin theeorly'50s,ond wilh fie MokgonoTsohleBond l"the bond thot knowseverything")led by WestNkosi ond MorksMhongwonebecomefie most populorbond in SouthAfricon history sellingbetweenone ond hro millioncopies of every recordthey mode.Thelvlohotello Queens- NobesuthuShowe,Hildo Tloubotloond Mildred Mongxolo- provide bockupvocolsond give he performonceo visuolfocus.Thesoundis upbeotond vibronf,propelledby poundingdrums, resonontboss,occordionond soxophone. It is, indeed,musicof defionce,musicof spirit;musicto doncelo, musicfo give strengihto the offlicted,ond musicwhich is o roisedfist in the fight for freedom.Moriposo, in 30 yeors,will hoveheordnothinglikeit. Sa.2.30p.n.- 3.15p.n. lhin fiogeoftanwnarcul Sa. Il p.n -Mnhi$t knu*wtAhlhtesTen

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Ed McCurdy,someoneoncewrote, is o chorocter.Indeedhe is, ond in fie ftnest Morifimetrodifion,eventhoughhe comes originollyfromPennsylvonio. Now in his '70s, hisfirst wos singinghymnson on iob Oklohomorodio slofionin 1938, bul soon groduobd b voudevillehousesond rodio iobs. By fie end of thewor, he hod o iob os lhe MC for Solly Rond,perhopsthe first skipperin hisforylo becomeon inlernotionol stor.By the mid-'4Os,he hod movedfo Toronlo,wherehe creoledo folk songshow for the CBC, ond wrofe his best-knownsong, losf Nrghf I Hod theSlrongesfDreorn.He movedbockto the UniledSbiesond builto new coreeros o recordingortist,ond he modesome30 olbums(includingo couple for children).lllness- ond boutsof drug - broughthis oddicfionond olcoholism singingcoreer(ondolmosihis lib) to o close,but he recovered,movedfo Holifox, ond is now singingbetierthonever.Some timesgrumpyond iroscible,he is unique;o ond o link monof wormfhond sensibility, with the greot folk singersof the post. p.n.lnrukLn lfilkuslnt Fri.5p.n.- 6.15 '30lwsAgobdoy...' hi. 7.45p.n.- 8.30p.n ilrdad 6nd Ana hty' ht. I l.45o.m- I2.I5p.n.& uhrok lnt' Adults pn flwhro*lnt'hndim Caprs' Sot.I p.m- 2.30 fun.LISp.m.- L45p.n Wind0ivellrceStoge fiilta.lcomert ful lhinStogemar.tftude

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DougMcArthuris one of Conodot be$*ept secrels.Despiiethe foct thot he hos releosed no lessthonfourolbums,ond lhot hissongs hove beencorered by ortistsos voried os SlonRogers,ColleenPelersonond Voldy, Dougis by no meonsos well knownos his lolenlsdeserve.Almostos good os his originol songsis his between-songs comedy "l moleriol; storfeddoing comedybecouse lhe songswere seriousond l'm not," he exploins.His lobst recordis o vibront with GornetRogersfeoturing colloborotion l3 originol[4cArthursongs.Doughos ployedot mostof Conodo'smoiorblk festivols;ol Moriposolhis yeor he'll hove lime on Sundoyto presentboth sidesof his musicolpersonolity. p.n.- LlSp.m'We(we'Ialtcowql fun.12.30 p.n.- 6.45 p.n Pmdfioge tun.5.15 'fton tlppfublinetotlnffalialws'

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CAFE MERMAID ToronlosingersMerrill Nisker,Andie D, ond Josephlvloonmoke up r\rlermoidCofe, on ocousliclriobuildingo growingfollowing. ThegroupcounlsJonisJoplinond Joni Mitchellomongits influences,butlhe moteriolis mostlytheirown, ond theydeliver it witho powerfulvocol punch. p.n (KIllSha*m* p.n- 5.15 fuoge tu. 4.45

ITNNIIIITES lynn Mileswos bornin Quebecond hos livedin lvlonheol,London,ond - for the posf l0 yeors- in Otlowo;sheis o prolific rcngwrilerwith olmost300 songsb her credit.And despitenumerous CBC rodio broodcosts, sheremoinssomething of o secret,evenhough she hos perbrmed ond recordedwih musicions os voriedos SneezyWoters,ColleenPelerson,ond Melwood Cdlery. Bockhomein Ottowo, however,she'so moior nome- she'slong beeno fomiliorfigurein clubsond concert hollslikethe NotionolArfsCenfre.Shelists EmmylouHorris,AliceMunroond J.S.Boch os her influences; hersongsblurthe boundoriesthot existbetweenpop, country, ond folk. She'sdefinilelyon orlisfto discover ot Moriposo. hi IL30a.n.- I p.m'ffie (we'fatt 'lhe0ppoitehxpwl l' iot. 4p.n.- 5.30p.n. /.nakn Ahfirwlclt 'ilflwoh Alive &Weil wilhqinga lhlsoitPak' Sot.5.30p.n.- 6.45p.n.Pond ftoge1tedortn6oking' 0w ht. 8.45p.n.- 9.30p.n.lrds ofGood in llmrnny" 5u. 4p.n.- 5.15p.n.PudStoge'$nging

NASHYIttE BTUEGRASS BAND bluegross Thisis lhe hot'new troditionolisl' bond; SingOut oncecolledone of their olbums"on ethnemusicologisf's dreom". PotEnright(guitor),Alon O'Bryont(bonio!, Str.nrtDuncon(fiddleond mondolin|,Rolond White (mondolin) ond GeneLibbeo(boss) perbrm o reperloirethot includesstondord moleriolfromthe historyof the idiom{Bill Monroelunes,songsby the Lowin Brothersl, gospelmoteriolfrombothblockond white sources,ond o vorietyof originolmoteriol. Formedin 1984, the bond hostokenits brondof counirymusicocrossthe Unifed Stotesond Conodo (theyployedot HorbourFontlostyeorl. Theywere the first

bluegrossbond to ploy in Chino,ond hove touredin Hollond,Fronce,WestGermony, Jopon,ond even moreexoficspotslike Qotor, lroq, Egypt,ond Bonglodesh. Welcometo Moriposo,guysl Sa.4.45pn - 5.30p.n.%e Cwe'lcilCurail Sot.Hieid,t- | p.n.%,e (w' lut CMd e duto 9n. I I o.n.- I p.n.Pndfiop 'A loyfillloir, p.n.ftke (iuc'lenl pn - 6.45 9n.5.45 'Nuryoslollewyoso Comen 9n. llainfioge

FAITIINOIN Thereore few performerswho celebrotethe longhistoryof blockmusicwilh theskill, dedicofion,ond spiritof FoithNolon.In o doy when 'blockmusic'is oflenshorthond soul, for rop, hiphop, funkond commerciol heroriginolsongsore in thespiritof the orlistsond songwrilersfromthe postwhose work sheolso ploys- Mo Roiney,Billie Holidoy,Big BillBroonry MemphisMinnie, others.Theyfocuson iniusliceond countless demondloleronceond eqrrclity;hertwo music, olbumsore fullof bugh independenl with o brood streokof love ond humour.In o she recentinterviewin ConodionComposer, "l exploinedthe moliveof her music: look fonvord to the continuedseorchfor thelrufi oboutblockhistoryoboutrocism,oboul sexism.I lookforwordfo equolitybr lesbions ond goys. I lookforword to peocein the world- oll thesethingsore portof my life." 'file Cue'[enl Sot.1I,30 o.n - I p.n. 'Tln0ppoitc SapoflI" p.m.ilertro*lent'lnfheTrad'lion" lot. 6p.n.- 6.45 p.n.ilrdsol Awd6ur p.n - 8.20 Sot.7.45 'NuumdBdhds' fioge'Aloyfil lloise' 9n. ll o.n.- I p.m.Pond

TIIEO'KANES lro ond ChorlieLouvin,one of thegreolduos in the historyof countrymusic,wouldbe enthrolledby fheO'Kones.JomieO'Horo ond KieronKonehovebeenprofessionol br l0 yeors,butevenin the songwriters hothouse fiot is Noshville,thereis something speciolobouttheirmoleriolond thewoy they performif. Theirsongscomefromlhe heorlrother$on fie heod,ond whilelhey hovewrittenhitsfor Alobomoond theJudds, from ond hod morethono few fhemselves theirthreeColumbioolbums,thereis o speciolpersonolquolityobouttheirmusic thott o for cry fromthe Noshville'foctory' moteriolthot'sso fomilioron thecountry chorts.Theirhormonysingingis sPeciol. 9n. X.l5p.n - 4p.n.Lkinfiogeoftqnrrlranal'.t

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I]TAHPHILLIPS UtohPhillipssometimeslikesto coll himself 'The GoldenVoiceof he GreotMidwesf . And while your definilionof 'golden' moy differfrom his, thereis no doubtfiot he is o storyfellerof remorkobledepth.Whot he con't |ell you obout thewoy theybuilt the roilwoys,hor union menond womenwero - ond sometimesstillore - exploited,ond how the cowboy olmostvonisl'1ed, iusl isn'f worlh knowingon) ^/oy.In fie yborssince lvloriposofirsf broughthim fo Toronloyeor!; ogo (theortislicdirecforof the fimewos rightlyfoscinotedby the mon'sselfdescripfion)he'sbeen bock numeroustimes. He does hovelime lo cometo the feslivol, now thothis presidenliol compoignhosbeen puton hold br onolherfhreeyeors.He will, however,be runningogoin on the'slolhond indolence'ficket,promising$ot, if elected, "obsolutely he will do nothing."Whot he will do ot Moriposo,on lhe otherhond,is mokeyou lough- ond mokeyou fiink. p.n.'lile hreImt' Su.I 1.30 a.n.- 12.30 Pwlofiln Union' Sn I p.n - 2.30p.n.PmdfiogeAh Xananha tln'6(h' Sw.5.30p.n. 6.45p.n. PondSnge Truntllr.Suhlim tolheflidiaiow'

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TheRonkinshovegot lo one of the mosl inspiredgroupslo emergefrom fie Morifimesmusicscenein yeors.Firmly roofedin troditionolCelticmusic,the Ronkin Fomilyploy ot churchhollsin ond oround theirCope Brefonhomein Mobou, but in CohnAuditoriumfor Holifoxif'sfte Rebecco o groupthot'sdestinedto buildo notionol Heother,CorolJeon{Cookie), reputofion. Royleen, Jimmyond JohnMorrisRonkin 22 ond 30, ond hovebuilto rongebehareen weolthof experienceintotheirwork. As they hovebecomemorepopulor,Royleenput her coreerin low oside,while Heotherond Cookiehovetempororilyput octingcoreers "All we wont to do is mokeo living on hold. fromour singingond oppeollo on oudience whotwe're doing," soid hot oppreciotes Cookiein o recenlinterview.There'sliflle doubtthotMoriposot oudiencewill odd its opplouseto the cheersthe group eornsbock home. 6w cmcql fri. 8.fi p.n.- 9.30p.n.hdq ofGood p.n.- I o.m0wbrnkf6il 'LolctlightDM$' hi. 1l,.45 'finging in flrlfrc' . Sol.l.l0 p.n.- 2p.n.Srll:a$ny p.n. Cwe'Int 6.45'I&e Sol.5.30 'llwk FrqnDwt [oi of lllrle'

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REA DAVID DovidReowos right in the middleof Conodo'sftrstfolk boom, plolng ond 'recording with lon & Sylvio,Gordon Lightfoot,ond dozensof o$ers. Originolly from Ohio, he modeConodo his bosefor monyyeors,contribufingsqueokycleon of club guitorond bonjo licksb thousonds oppeoronces.He returnedb ihe Unibd Stoteslo follow o solo recordingcore€r, wrife i helpingwr buoyed buoyedin porf by his rolein MississippiQueen,o mossivehit br one of the heoviestrockgroupsof the doy, fvlounfoin.He recordedwith membersof he GrotefulDeod,olmostioined Foirport Convenfionin Englond(longsforiesin themselvesf , ond livedo lifestylefiol olmost killedhim. Dovidnow liveswith hisfomilyin Colifornio'sNopo Volley,hoshisold skills bock in fullbrce, ond will be o moior confribulorlo lvloriposoworkshopson counfrymusic,the mythond mogicof fhe ond bonioond legendoryRobertJohnson, guitorploying. Ainic' o.n.1whookhnl'Guilw ht. I I a.n.- I 1.45 Sot.I2.l5un - I p.n.ileofir0*tenl 'Tlpllc llwknd tlythof flilen tolnn' Sut.4p.n.- 5p.n.ilwhooh,lalt 'noo9ofCounfry lhti( ht. lhin fioge6ntato$ot *tthhd Kilq San.I p.m- 1.30p.n. flwhookfmt'flurioEoia' 9n. 6p.n.-6.45p.n.flwho*Tail '&urilrws&u$c'

SONNY RHODES "TheDiscipleof theBlues" SonnyRhodes, moywell live in AflonticCity,but hisheortond hismusic- ore reollyin Texos.Born ClorenceEdwordSmithin 1940, he wos roisedin Smithville,Texos,ond spentfor too monyhourspickingcofion,which,if nothing else,mode him debrminedto succeedos o musicion.Afterfinishinghighschoolhe ioined the novy',ond fien worked os o boss ployerfor FreddieKing ond Albe* Collins, forminghisorn bond in l96l . He'so bugh guitorisliodoy,with o deep, bluesy voicelhot remoinsfirmlyin lhe lrodifion, ond, like monybluesortists,ftndsdeeply

oppreciotiveoudiencesin ploceslike Finlond os well os in hisown counhy.SonnyRhodes olso ployslop steelguifor- rorelyheordin o bluesconlext- in o remorkoblemonner.This oreo, is hisfirstoppeoroncein lhe Toronlrc olthoughhe completedon eightrnonthtour of WesternConodo lostyeor.You'llbecome o bluesdiscipletoo, onceyou'veheordhiml Sd. I I a.m- | l.il q.n hwim iltfrnrrFrlt 'Bhnsk&q' Sa.S.il p.n.- 6.45p.n tnatuwlilihnsfun Slwph"mmlbtn' p.n.AnaknAthcln p.n.- 12.45 9n. 12.15 'ANualegmf 9n. 4p.n.- 5.45p.n.iuiwicul.AhhncrFril 'Bfuuinthe Ahunon'

RICHMAN JONATHAN innocent Thereore fuw singersos seemingly he'sbeenrecording osJonothonRichmon; since1976, oftenwith hisbond h groupof peoplewho he likesto chongeoble coll his Modern Lovers),bufwhen if comesto live oppeoronceshe morefrequently "Rightnow it bels opp€orson hisown. morenolurolond dromolicto workon my "Anyvoy, I wos o lousy own," he exploins. ond I liketo breok bossos o bondleoder, which infoo coppellosingingsomefimes, wos confusingfor them.And touringthis woy is so cheopond simplethotl'm reol reloxed,I hoveo tenificlime,ond I con bringmy fomilyolongmoreoften."He hos builto slrongfollowingin Toronfo;he hos becomeo cuhsingerwith noneof the troppingsof cuhdom,ond certoinlynoneof Hissongsore bright,edgy, the pretensions. funny,ond - well, innocent.lf you hoven't heordhis mogicbefore,don'tmisshim. concal 9n. 23Ap.n.- 3.15p.m.LhinSloge to fioge'Frontln fuhline 9n. 5.15p.n.- 6.45p.n.Pond tlvRifralws' a-lwgwithRodiehnds 9n. lkh gogeConcen,

ROBY CIIARTIE Bornond roised.inEnglond,ChorlieRoby hosbeenlivingin Conodofor eightyeors. informhis Rock,iozz, ond folk inf r.pnces lwo moior cosseltereleoses,Woter & Stone ond his newest,BreothFormingClouds. A firsf+oleployerof o vorietyof fretted Robyis on unusuolond instruments, intriguingsongwrifer. p.n.- I p.m.&lll 5lnwco* fioy Sd. 12.30

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BUFFY STE..MAruE Feworlislsover the yeors hovestoodfor the very bestof 'folk music'in lhe woy thof BufFy Sfe.-Morie hos.Spontoneous, enigmolic, ond enchonfing, she hosolwoyspresented musicfiot buched theconscience os well os the heort.Her 'clossic'songsfrom her firsf yeorsos o performeron thebstivolcircuit,l965 - include sheployedMoriposofirstin PineyWood Hills.I m GonnoBeo Country Girl Agoin, Until lt's Timefor Youto Go, ond UniversolSoldier.She hosolso beeno feoturedperformeron SesomeSheet,o film oclress,ond on illustrotor of children's books, o songwrilerwho wins GrommyAwords (shecowrole Up Where We Belong with her husbond,JockNitzsche)ond creotes moleriolfor the 'lotollyIndionrecord'she plonsfo do one of thesedoys.Bornon on Indionreservolion in Conodo,shewos roisedin New Englond,ond now spends mostof hertimein her homein Howoii. Hovingher bockot Moriposois o delight. fri. lhinSlogehnut - 12.30 iot. I LI?o.m. an.PmdStoge 'llnSpirilllovaUs'

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RONSEXSilTITII Originollyfromthe Niogoro region,Ron Sexsmith hosbeenployingprofessionolly for olmostl0 yeors,movinglo Torontoin 1987 ofterputfingod hisfirstindependent cossette. He recentlyrecordedo live Horbourfront showfor CBC Rodio'sTheEntertoiners, ond is workingwilh producerBobbyWisemon (of BlueRodeofomefon o new olbum. p.n- 6.45 p.n KIll Shwco* Sot.6.15 ftoge

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SixMile Bridgeis on Oilowo bond thot tokestheCeltictroditionos o stortingpoint, fromwhichthe musicis likelyto heodoff in - vou'll heor o numberof directions influences of musicfromAfrico,Jomoico, Hungory,ond Texos,to mentiono few forflungploces.TheployersincludeJohnWood (pipes,concertino,flutes,fiddle,ond more), NothonCurry (fiddle,guitor!,Jomes Sbphens(fiddle,boss,mondolin),lon Mockie (percussion, keyboords),ond Ross Murroy(drums). Someof Six Mile'sployers will be omongthe busiestmusicions ot Moriposo,sincetheyore likelyto be found os porl of FolMon Wovingos well, ond don't be surprisedif you spolsomeof lhem ployingwith LynnMiles,too.

fii. 7o.n.-7.45p.n.ilrh olAd Aw ttrwimAiheshn h. 1'o.n.- 5.30-p'n. 'inouo i iln mdWdlud fiofngd iloks,M' p.n.$rk olM 6u cancst h. 9.fio.n.- 10.30 - t o.n.thoiho*lartcuxail e hre 5ot.tfrfrigtil Icil 9n 12nut- I p.n.0arrhor* 'flffih't oak'(Jmes gdlurr.,rldl,uAryl p.n. lqtl Cwc' p.n. 5.45 %e Su.1 'IlpGhiclro&tiu'

BOBSNIDBR BobSniderwos born in Toronto,groduoted from the orfs courseot CentrolTech,ond hos beenon lhe moveeversince' He'so worm, witty,ond wise singerwho writesgreof following songs,which hoveoccumuloted buskingin Europe,working hisexperiences in Novo os o corpenlerond signpointer Scolio,ond relurninghomefo be on ilineronl o musicion.Since1987 he'sreleosed cossettes(thelostwos coupleof impressive producedby BlueRodeo'sBobbyWisemon), ond ployedevery locol club from Lee's Polocelo the FreeTimesCob. p.n'Wl Cue'Iar iot. l0p.n - 2.30 'Tlnfippoitehxpwtl V.otuu' fu,. 5p.n.- 6p.n.ilwkoo*larlt'llw 'iory Svq' Slrr,,. 4p.n.- 4.45p.n.0wfuo*fnt p.n.Pondfiage p.n.- 5.45 Sw.5.15 'trun the9thfrne totheRidiuhus'

SORRETS ROSATIE TheTrovellingLodyis bockof Moriposobr the secondyeor in o row; Performingbr morethon 30 yeors now, shehos mode closeto l5 olbums,ond offersspell-binding perbrmoncesof intenselypersonolsongs, ond troditionolmoleriolos greoislory-telling, well os songsfrom the pensof contemporory wrilers.Shedrowsher musicfromthedeep from her experiences veinsof women'slives, '14 yeorsond roisingkids for os o housewife ond getlingmorriedond gettingdivorced ond seeingNorthAmericofromthedriving seotof o cor thot'strovelledtoo mony miles. Amozingly,her sensesof humour,toleronce, composiionond loveremoinunbruised. lf you hove not heord Rosoliebefore, discoverher.Oh, yes,ond wish hero hoppy birthdoyon Sundoyl goge'Nlelenwthailn '5h' 9tn.I p.n.- 2.30p.m.Pond p.n.- 6p.n.1wbrooklart 9n. 4.45 'I.hoies hon \vl |ilefl' Xi6no' 9n. 7p.n. llaingogecollolwithJrlrrothm

& STAFFORD MARK GORDIE JOHNSON "Bird"

Stofbrd is one of fie beslnew Mork sinoer/hormonicoployerson theToronto bluls scene,ployingfreqrrntly in locol clubs & the Bird' At lvloriposohe'll with Sly \s be occomponiedby guitoristGordie fromhis thistimemoonlighting Johnson, excellentbond, Big Sugor. fiag 9n. 5.15p.n - 5.15pn trlfil Slwcose

SWICK GVEN One of fie very bestsessionsingersin the oreo, Gwen SwicklefidowntownTorontoto roiseher fomilvin lhe morereloxedolmo sphereof Eloro.She'sstillsingingbockupfor otherorlistq stillwriting omozingnew moteriol,stillworking in studios,ond now movingbock intrclive performonceogoin' pn - 2p.n.ilU $nwolrfioge Sot.1.30

TAMARACK For morethon o decode,Tomorockhos Conodionswiih on beenentertoining explorotionof thlir own heriloge,buf troditionolConodionfolk musicTomorockstyleis o combinotionof livelytoles,fiddle tunesond bollodsthot touchthe heort' Tongr.re in cheek,fhegroup'sfounderJomes Gordon soysthe reperioireconsistsof songs obout lostlove, lostlimbs,lostlife, ond the lousyworkingconditionsof eorlY "lt Conodions. certoinlymokesour own lives seemso muchmorecheerful,"he soys. Tomorockconsistsof Gordon, Ottowo rcngwriterAlex Sincloir,bossployerDovid Woodheod,ond he grouP'snewest member,ftddle ployerAndreo Borsfod,. All of $em will be toking port in workshops ond Jomeswill bringhisson individuolly, Evonwith him to loin in o children'sconcert. Fewgroupsin Conodionmusichore in grim illuminotedour history- sometimes deneil- with fie chormond skillof Tomorock. hafiaP h. I Lfr a.n- 12nunVfindtivefl Gwdn d,ifun! cuwl uifi Jwesnd Evrrr. hl Sa.I Lfi a.n.- 12.flp.n'irnniewAhlhst ' Gaddffi r, tp GSf(Mx $nddr) 'Caodiuhpas' ht I ln - 2.30lwfuo& lart p'n. Atullneshnt Aneticu h. 1o.m 5.30 ' ihttw ls Afii ud Wdwd twsllovdn ltlolsn Puk'lAhxfidairl 5a. t t p.n- ttidnidt'Iile fue' lentCottrnl/donce Su.12nw - I p.n.fuwbro*lnt 'Edffif hoit' IAnrteo Butodl 'CundimHaitoge' 5u. | .l 5pn - 2.30ftke fue' Iart

Whot o Weekend! Plonnow to ottend the l9th onnuol Norihern LightsFestivol Bor6ol,ond enjoy: a 3 sensotionolevening concerts o 4 stogesfor doYtime concertsond workshops r Artsond croft demonond exhibits strotionr: . Children'sprogromming (Kidsurrderl2 odmitted FREEI) a Musicclcruiseson Loke Romsey You get the ontireNorthern Lightsweekend for just S35. And ll you ordet trefore June l5lh, you con get o weekend posi tor lusf $25-o $10sovlngl Collnow ot (705)674-5512 (Mon,-Fri.: I o,m,-7p.m,; Sot.:I I o.m,-4p.m,)clld get your ticket to o woncoiful weekend, Visoond MosterColdoccepied.

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GENE TAYTOR Thereore few pionistswho ploy fotout boogiewoogie ond blueswith the powerof GeneToylor.Originolly fromthe United Sfotes,where he ployedond recordedwith TheBlosbrs,os well os ftcuringwilh odistsos diverseos BigJoeTurner,ConnedHeot, ond RickyNelson,he hos beenworking in Toronlofor olmosffive yeors.For muchof thistime he held down the keyboordspot withthe DownchildBluesBond;he's currenllyworking os o solo performer,ond con be heordfrequentlyof Zydeco,o Coiun reslouronton TorontdsdownlownMorkhom Street.He'smorriedto ProirieOysler's pio_nisl, JoonBesen,ond hoson osficnishing collectionof eorly blues45s. 9n. 1.30 p.n.- 2.30p.n. tnukwrtrtthulnt "ftwiith Gunh' 9n. 4p.n - 53Ap.n. funaiw Ahhns|crr, "&fuesinhe Aftenng/l' tun.6p.n - 6.45 p.n.Muhlnt ' Bwrellnusc Bogie'

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Bockin 196l, whentheftrstMoriposoFolk Festivol wos heldin Orillio,the heodliners were TheTrovellers,by for the mostpopulor folkgroupin thecouniryot thefime.They hod theenergyof the big Americongroups likethe Kingston Trioond PeterPoulond Mory. they Mory, lhev hod theshowmonship, s ond they hod the obility to moke'folk' occessibleto peoplewho figuredthey hotedthe stuff. With theirlong running,ond highlysuccese ful, televisionseries,fiey modeWoody Guthrie'sThisLondls YourLondo coost{o coosthit (withConodionisedlyrics,toof; theirolbumson Columbio(longsinceoutof print,olgs)were hugelysuccessful. Todoy, someof fie membershoveothercoreers outsidethe musicfield, ond someof the originolmembershovedroppedoutof sight. ButleoderJerryGroy refurns- he'snow o dentist- with Sid Dolgoy,Joe Hompson,Ted Roberls, drummerDonVickeryond singer AileenAhernin o memoroblereunionlo helpus morkour 3oth onniversory. - 6.30 Fri.5.0-p.n. p.n.ltnaitwAkfrnuFrtt' 30YeorAgo lodoy...' hi. llainfiagehmut tn. I pn - 2.30p.n.Pond 9og'tle lenmbqiln'6k' tn. lloinhagefxivd ltude

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SINGERS TRIMTY TheTrinitySingershovebecomeone of the besl knowngospelchoirsin lhe oreo; the group hosbeenloge$er niney.eors'There ire i9 "ocolistsin fie group;he leod sinqersore DonnoSlern,RosieWeslney, DeLy Motthews,SheriLokeond Andreo Sprn.Thechoir is supportedby four keyboords,boss,drums,ond musicions; guifnr.Thegroup hos ployedol o numberof communityevents,ond performedot WOMAD lostyeor, but this is their firsf Moriposooppeoronc€. "A 9n. | | o.n.- | p.n.Pndfioge loyftllkir.' Sul.un. 3pm 1pm ilwbril tn In tst$tf

SllVIATYSON SylvioTysonis one of the greof Conodion singer*ongwrilers;olong wifi her then husbond,lon, she oppeoredot fie ftrst lvloriposoFestivolin 1961, ond sherefurns $is yeor wifi on emotionollychorged collectionof old ond new songs.Feworfists hove beenos influentiolos Tyson;fromthe eorly bollodsshesongwith lon b her own cfossicsongslike YouWere On My Mind, her songsond the cloiity of herdisfinctive ofier voioe hove inf uencedcountless singers.Bestof oll, her new songsmoinfirin the high slondordshesetin her formotive y.orsf o liden to lhe Nrght /re Chines BurnedDownon her lolestolbum Restouront will prove lhe ossertion. inHffiturf 9n. 4p.n.- 5.15pm Poil fiqe Singfug Su. kinfiogehra

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ZYDECAJT]N Okoy, let'sget thisskoight.We quole: 'lly'oyneToupsond Zydecoiunore the frenziedhistoryof southernrockond roll, condensedinic o fivepiecepowerhouseof of Michigondelight"- University Dionysion 'Toupsis fie BrrrceSpringsteen of Or: Doily. Coiunmusic;LeBoss,if you will" - TheSon 'This group cookswith lhe AnionioLight. of o posselof crofish on on zesl sizzleond open fire" - PeopleMogozine. "Oooooooohhhhhh, | !l" wwwweeeeeEEEEE! - IndionoDoilyStudent. WoyneToups,one of the bestoccordionployershere is, ond his bond, from Crowley,Louisiono,mix up thegumbo,ond serveit hot.Thisis Coiun zydeco music,soulmusic,ond rock mus'rc, ond roll,oll mixedinb o singlespicy concoction.And you're invitedlo doncel 9n. t p.n.- 2.30p.n./rnaiunlirltnulolt 'hnii$ Gunho' "SquunEotlGntr{ (WsWeTwPsl fun.4- 5 hmt Stoge 9n. llainStoge(wert

TAIKO UZT]ME in UzumeToikowos brmed in Voncouver toiko 1988 os Conodo'sfirstprofessionol qroup.Themembers oreJohnEndo 6r."nol"oy, born in tondon, Englond,who stortedfhe group with TokyebornEileen Kogeond LeslieKomori,who hod helped estoblisho Torontogroup,Wosobi Doiko, but returnedfo herhomelownto ioin her friendsin theVoncouvertrio. Greenowoy originolworks,ond hoscomposednumerous orrongedmusicfor thegroup;Eileenhos workedwith Voncowerolbrnotivebonds Animol Slovesond RootsRoundup,o locol reggoedoncebond.Thegrouphosiust r."|"o."d theirfirstolbum, Chiroshi,on Aurol Trodition,the lobel run by theVoncower FolkFestivol;theirMoriposodebutbllows o springtour of Hollondond WestGermony. p.n.lrduofGood 0w pn. - 11.30 hi 10.30 'lfuic fran lopwr' p.n. Anukn lirfrnulnl o.n.- |'2.30 Sa. IBIJA 'Diffunlhumprs' '[hunsDruns' Sd.4p.n.- 4.45p.n.Swafiogeamat lrnStoge fut 3.15p.n.- 4p.n Whd0ivel

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issuea wide Records f f annibal/Carthage from manycountdes Ilvariety of records Fromour pointof viewthereis andcultures. which of tasteandjudgement a consistency may samslogical.To othersthecatalogue seema jumbleof differentsortsof music. To us if you likeTounrni Dirbrte thereis you wouldn'thavethegoodsense no reason If you like MartaSebes$en. to appreciate theBritishfolk of The DinnerLadiesyou shouldcheckout SilvioRodriguez. to thosewho maystill feelthe In deference needfor morehformationabouttheartists we have on thissampler, andsongscontained commenh. providedthesecaPsule AfricanFusion Songhri- Flamenco Dance Vujicshs- Serbo-Croation Billy Bragg'sTop l0 In ladies The Dinner of 1988 with Souland merged Ailana- Electronics Gospel Trolley- QuirkyEnglishPop Shopping Drgnrr Krause- Brecht Yrnkr Rupkina- The heartandsoulof Choir TheBulgarian - Classical, Country,Rock Blackgirls HouseMusic Muzsikis- Hungarian - An officiallyrecognized SilvioRodriguez of the revolution treasure Bouhvrrdof BrokenDrcams- American torchsongsdonebYa DutchgrouP of 16jau musicians consisting lvo Prprsov- BalkanJaz Rock by Britain's JuneTrbor - Jazzstandards folk singer finesttraditional themostbeautiful Trio Bulgrrka'Featuring of Bulgaria harmonies SrndyDenny- Oneof thegreatvoicesof folk movement thecontemporary versionof PoppieNongenr- Thedefinitive of Azania anthem thefuturenational cult an inlense Nhk Dnke - Altracted deathin 1974 afterhissudden following

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Tlrisfoscinofing hio'soriginsgo bockto the doyswhen theywould buskon the streetsof Milwoukee.Butby the timetheirfirstolbum comeout in 1983, songwriler GordonGono ond hiscolleogues, bossistBrionRitchieond drummerViclorde Lorenzo,hod builto shongreputotion. There'so dorksidelo Gono'ssongs(bestheordon Hollowed Ground,releosedin 1984f,ond criticshove lobelledthetrio'swork os "shockrock,,,but it is firmlyrootedin ocouslicmusic;in focl the bond is ployingMoriposo- theirfirst mojorfestivolof thiskind- totollyin on ocouslicsetting.lmprovisotionol chemislryis whotmokestheFemmes workso well os' performers; thot.ond o cerloinknockof beingunexpected ond surprising. Thetrio,s lotestolbum,titled3 (olthoughir is, in foct, lheirfourth)wos recordedwithoutoverdubs ond o borebones productionthot leistheir songsslondon lheirown merit- which is how they'llqppeorot the bsfivol.Gordon Gono will tokeport in someworkshops;so will BrionRitchieond de Lorenzo(who, incidenfolly, producedPhronc'soccloimed moiorlobeldebutolbumlostyeor|. p.n.- ll p.n. llaingoge fri. 10.05 conceil p,n.- 2.30 !ot. 12.30 p.n.Pndgoge 'foiltahsond(funetinu) (Gordon [ruei flonolp.n.- L30p.n. Amdcan hi 12.30 Ailines latt 'Diffuenl (Wdor Drumnus' kLunzol - 5.30p.n.tua Snge hr. 4.45p.n. 'lhurnsfiop: Basilo' (hrionXitdliel !ot. 5.30pn - 6p.n.huetStoge 'fxotkPqusion'(Vktu h lorenzo) goge p.n.- 6.45 9n. 5.15 p.n.Pond 'hon thefuhline n tlwRidirulw{(Gudnflono)

ANNE WATKER Thisfinesingerond excellent songwriter, who'soppeoredin clubsin Ofiowo ond Toronlo,now livesin Whitby.AnneWolker writesfor bothchildrenond odults.ond hos wrifienfor theotreprodrctions.She's releosedo cossetleof her songs,titled Roinwoter, on herown lobel. Sot.I p.n.- 1.30 p.n.&LNShowco*Stoge

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MARIP0SA: Syhia, could yotr tell us what initiated your interest in music? SYLYIA:The standardanswer...Icome from a musicalfamily.My motherwas bained as a pianist from the age of five. Shewasan organistand choir leader, I was in the choir for that reason.My dadahvaysplayedbyear,but I don't think there was any consciouseffort on their part to teachme. I think my mother did at one point, try to teachme to play the piano and discoveredat that point is what most parentsdiscover,is that teachingyour own hds to drive a car or play musicalinsbument is very difficult. I had a few attemptsat learning piano,but itwas not my instrument. M: Haveyou foundthat growingup in a small town like Chathamhad any influenceon you,with consideration of the black community there and the musicwhichthey haveplayed? St I canaddressthat two ways:a lot of my songsare basedon that background and on that small town experience,no questionof that.I still drawfrom those stories,but on the otherhand,it also gaveme a sensibilityabout small town and rural life, sowhen I go and play in thoseplaces,I talk to peoplea lot and get that feedback They understandmy songswhich reminds them of their own storieswhich I find very useful.As far as the black communityin Chatham... I would haveto saythat at that time when I wasgrowing up in the forties and fifties. that there wasnt a lot of contactwith the black community. There were maybehalf a dozenblack kids that I knew and I went to school with. I wasn'tawareof black culture, although I was certainly awareof some blackhistory.Most of what influenced me wasDetroit radio and a lot of counfry radio from the Chatham Station.You haveto understandthat (and it is a fact I discoveredmuch later in life) until 1950in Chatham,a black personcould not be seenin town after ten otlock at night. It wasn'tsomething I was awareof and the law may not have beenseriouslyenforced,but it was there.Canadianslike to think of

themselvesasthe great enlightened ones,but this is absolutenonsense.My older sister told this story; a black friend of hers was thinking of mouingto Toronto becausehe had beenup here and had awonderful time. He said, "Oh, it's great!Thereare blackjobs there and peopletreat you like a human "No, you don't being." Shesaid, understand;Canadiansare exfemely polite to anyonethey feel is their social inferior."There'sa lot of futh inthat. Ml How did you becomeinterestedin traditionalmusic,and how did that interest in traditional music turn into your own style? S: I ahvayshad an interestin English literatureandcomposition.Thosewere my sFongest subjects.When I was in school,we read from a standardhigh "Grassof schoolpoefy bookcalled Parnasus".It containedsomeof the old ScotsandIrish ballads,the had published a musicalstaff with a few of the ballads.Then I realized,thesewere notiust poems,theseweresongs. So,becauseI camefrom a musical background,I wasimmediately interested.I started working someof theseout on my own.In fact,until I arrived inToronto in 1959,most of the songsI did, I got from library books.I remembermy sisterbrought home The Little RedSong Book" from the ChathamPublic Library before they discoveredthey had it and took it out of circulation.Burl Ives songbooks, amongothers,were the typesof books from which I learnedsongs,becauseI didn't haveany records,and besides, there weren't many folk records; certain$ the Weaverswere activeat that point...I guessI had a singleof "Kisses SweeterThanWine", but other than that, I didn't haveanythingon records that much; I ahvaysresearchedthe songsthatwe did. M: So,yours is an intellectualprocess? S: Iwas ns/er someonewho had to get up and sing and dancefor the folks.The reasonwhy I am a singer is becauseI am interestedin the songsfirst as a

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melodiesare beautifuland really add to the feeling of the song.His arrangementsare superb;that he al*ays findswonderfulmusiciansand singers;and that he is alwayse:
One thing Canadahas dweloped through thesecenfes, are realb good regional singer/songrlriters. Somelike RitaMcNeil will break out to a larger audience;sheis Maritimeinsideand out. M: How do you feelaboutStompin' Tom s Canadianstance? S: I havegreat admirationfor Tom. I think he has filled a certain gap in Canadianmusic...it is a greatthing. His style of writing is totally different from mine, he takes a very populous view,not that there are no populous elementsin what I write, but his is a political point of view, and mine is not. Mine is nonpartisan to a large degree. In orderto put his point across,he loosessubtility,a lot of the time. I'm not sayingthat isn't necessaryin order to put acrosshis poinl what he is fying to do is not a subtlething - he is trying to be everymanfor oreryman.I don'tthink peoplehavethe sameemotional reactionto Tom's songs,asthey do mine.Mine dealsmorewith the little tragediesandthe little histories,andnot so muchwith away of life.Tom'ssongs

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reacha specificgroup of peopleand his songssay:you're important, your lives areimportant;whatyou do is important. My songstake on a oneto one level rather than as a group. Ml Whatis the difference betweenroots musicandfolk music? "folk music" is a very specific Sl For me, term. It refers to traditional music. Music,where the peoplewho wrote it nobodyknows who they are.Then there arepeoplewho are roots influenced,who knowwheretheir music comesfrom, butwrite contemporary music with those roots in it. There are certainb lots of performers with no roots, whatsoeveq, that don't go back beyondsay1975. M: Touching on your earliei remarks how to educateCanadians,what about Canadianradio? S: I think Canadianradio couldusea lot of smartening up, but I don't know how that can happenas long as they are dependenton commercial rerrenues. M: What aboutthe C.B.C.? S: Well...if you want to get me startedon that horse...it looks to me like the

current ConservativeGovernmentwould like to seeall of the C.B.C.in private hands.They are killing it so slowly that won't catchon...andI don't Canadians knowwhat the hell you do aboutthat. It'll be gone beforepeoplereali?Eits gone... you c:m't go on producing more and better programmingfor lessand less money.It is a Canadianlife line. I know that from peoplewho wrote in while I "TouchThe wasdoing Earth".We had a wonderful letter from thesehro guys who were living in a onero-omcabin up in the interior of British Columbia.They didn't haveany elecficity, so everyweek for an hour and a half, they d go out and "It sit in their truck They said, costsa gallon of gas,but it's worth it just to listento the C.B.C.Radio".That'show look at C.B.C.Radio.It's very, Canadians very important.I couldgo on and on aboutthis current Governmentandwhat they are doing to Canada- there's the FreeTrade deal,and there'sthe G.S.T... M: What is the G.S.Tgoingto do to record sales? S: It's gonnascreweverything up. A lot of smallbusinesses are gonnago under.

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way,itll belowerthanthe interestrde. And soit shouldbe. M: Obvioushyouareveryconcerned. S: I believeCanadais a wonderful counhy. We should all work to protect

M: Wouldyoutalk abouthowyouhave influencedothers? S: Oddlyenough,whenyou go bach and I (asI only lately discovered)were very influential on a lot of Texaswriters. I'll run into them at times and thev've had Ian and Syfuiarecords and they all influencedby us. We seemto have influencedwriters inTe:
S: I mightstopperforming,butwiting somethingI'll do for the rest of my life. would like to be known as a writer who was able to write ideasthat were important to the peoplewho were listening to them. M: Tell us aboutllou WereOn My Mind", your latestalbum.

S:Ifs a prettytaditionalcountryalbum. It's a realcrosssection.Fourof the older songsareon it becauseI realized performingacrosscountrythatpeople wantedsongsth€ysimplycouldn'tfind onrecordsanymore.Peopleseem pleasedaboutthat.Therearelotsof new songstoo.It wasa greatexperience. AlbertLeeis a superbguitarplayer. All theplayerswerewonderful.I useda coupleof theguysfromTomRussell's band,therhythmsection,andkeyboard players,all fineplayers.TomRussellcoproducd it with me.Wewrotea songfor the albumandarewritingmorematerial. LucilleStarrandI wroteandproduced "Peter'sMill", a kind of a uniquesong. I includedonesongwrittenbyTom Russellandlktie Moffit, "\Malkin'onthe Moon",because I thoughtitwasa lovely, lovelysong.All in all,I ttrink it's thebest soloalbumI'veeverdone. M: Sylviathanksfor talkirrgwith us.0

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[l herecouldn'tbe a better focusfor I the 30thAnniversaryof Mariposa than a Saturdaynight concert by the legendaryCanadianfolk hero, Stompin' Tom Connors.Connorspurposelyshied awayfrom publicperforming for overa decade,and it is exfaordinary that even nowanymentionof his nameconjures up a vital and vivid image of Canadianism.In manyrespects,his musichas definedthe fabric of this country. Justtakea littlepieceofP.E.I.andold NoaaScotiaandNew Sakatchewan, andNeutfoundland, Brunswick, Quebec AlbertaandManitoba,Ontaio andBitish andyou'llhauefoundthe Columbia, grounk ofall nl friends,andme." stompin' Tom Connorswasborn in New Brunswickduring the mid 1930's,when this country wasfesteringin the great Depression.He spentthe first seven yearsof his life travelling around the Maritimeswith his previouslydeserted mother,until he wasreluctantlyplaced in an orphanagefrom where he was adoptedby a family from Skinners Pond,PE.I. He started writing poemsat the age of eleven.Eventually,he set the poemsto music,and by the time he wasfourteen, he hadwritten about 100songsand had taughthimselfguitar. Tou'll find me bytheiuer, wherethe liuelyotterllays or asleepbesidethe meadow,wherethelary cattlegraze. You'llfind me in thebachseat of a car, that moaa alongto themusicof myflattop,on an old hitch-hiketssong". Shortlythereafter,Tom left P.E.I.to work asa 'stevedore'on the docksof St. John,New Brunswick,thus initiatingan l&year fek acrossCanada,writing songsandpursuinga careerin the Canadianmusicindustry via the strengthof thesesongs.He met with continualrejection,his songs consideredtoo Canadianfor a market inundatedwith counhy musicbasedin Nashville.

on a bar hoPPin'sPreebackin of ne, she'snlw Sault Ste.Marie because a fallin' star,Shecouldhaaebeenthere, butI lefi her in theSooand trauelled North upontheA.C.R". DenialhauntedConnorsuntil the late 1960'swhen bonedry, he wanderedinto the Maplel,eafTaverninTimmins. "l got into Timminswith thirffiae cenE in mypocket,dry enoughto siit dust,and wentinto theMaple lzaf Hotel. Well,beer costfortycents,and soI askedthewaiter if he'dlendntea nickel,and hesaid, "Ifyou canflay that thing"- I had my guitar with nte- "maybewe'llgiaeyou thefrice of threeorfour beerc".Thenert thingI knewI had a job singingthereon Fidny and Saturdaynigh\. Tom's songsaboutKapuskasingand Roueynwerewelcomedthere.During the next fourteenmonths,he establishedhimself,not only in Timmins, but in KirklandLake, Sudburyand throughoutthe North; and at long last,he got radioand television exposure. "There grief arnlng thefeofle 0f that was northernTimminstown.Whensoneone holleredfire,themine is burningdnwn. Thenrushingto thesurfacecan e those Mclntyremen,to makereadyand Prepareto let thefire fightersin. There'sa fire waydnwnin themine." Tom'syearsin the north were for his future and indispensable commercialsuccess.It washere that he establishedhis perceptibleimageof STOMPIN'TOM. "lt u)osbar ownersin flaca like Kirkland Inke and Sudburythat made ntestart usingtheblywoodboard.They saidI wasipPin{ uPtheir nqs." that his Connorsopenlyacknowledges useof the plywood'stompin'board' actedas a gimmick to attractcustomers, asdid his blackcowboyhatwhich he "I was neverwithout. startedweaing it asa kid'causeue didn'tgrowour hair longthen."

But, it wasTom's songsthat hookedthe people.The first time they came,they may hare come to laugh,but on the secondand third occasion,they beheld Connorsslapdownthe plywoodboard "Hi, fm and deliver his characteristb, They were StamPin'Tom Connorc". there to hear the songs- and they couldnt carelessif he wasn'tfrom Nashville. 'The girls are out to Bingo and the boys aregettingstinho. Wethink no moreof Inco - on a Sudbury,Saturdaynight. We'llget to workon Monday,but tornorrou'sonlySunday,and we'reout to hauea fun day,for ifs Saturdaytonight". Conner'spopularityspreadto Toronto, and he soongot ajob playingat the then meccaof counby music,the'Horseshoe Tavern'.By 1969,he had madea fe\M independentsinglesand a coupleof albums,but despitehis successin the north, the recordingsweregoing nowhere on a larger scale.Once againat looseends.Connorsran into nineteen year old Juri lftyhrck who wasa producer for DominionRecords.I{rytuch in spiteof his age,wasa sharpbusiness man with a keen eye for Canadiantalent with commercialpotential.Together, they recordedthe'Bud the Spud'album. "l told him that if he srcnd with the companyI waswith, at least if there was a penny,he'd get i[ it wasan honest company.The troublewas,I didn't have any moneyleftto record him. But, he said he got $500savedup, and that couldbuy six hours of shrdiotime and four hours of mixing, Well, werattledit off, and weilidn't haaetime to takethe mistakesout of it, but it didn't matter becausetherewerefour hit singla on it" SudburySahrday Night, Bud the Spud, [.uke's Guitar and the Ketchup Song. The albumwent platinum. That album successfullylaunchedthe recordingcareerof StompinTom Connors.Ayear later,Tom andJuri formedBoot Records.

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It's Bud theSpudfron the bright red mud"Rollin Down theHighway srnilin', Thesfiutk are big on thebackof Budb rig, They?efromPrince &lward Island." It canbe argud that withoutJuri Connorsmight nerrerhavemetwith the acclaimwhich was to follow in the next half decade,when, betweenthe years 1972and 1973,he would sell at the rate of a rock star.In so doing,hewould collectsix Junoawardsas Canada'stop country artist. "V|thile auay down in SouthernOntario I neuerhad a nickel or a dime to show. A guy beepedu0 in an autonobile, said dya wanna work in the tabaccofieldsof Tillsonburg,Tillsonburg;my back still achs whenI hear that word." In December 1976, at apoint when his records were still selling amongthe top five county artists, Connors quit. In effect, he went on strike againstthe Canadianmusic industry.Connors openly questionedthepractice of giving Juno awardsto ex-pafiot Canadians living and having their basisof operation south of .the border, when there were so many deserving artists right in our own baclcyard.His indusby boycottwas founded on the firm opinion that Canadianartists were teated like secondclasscitizens.Connorshimself suffered from this syndromein 1973 when he was askedto play second bananato Charlie Pride at the Canadian National Bxhibition, and later, ashost of his own C.B.C.television prograrnme. He wasconholled into presenting American artists over Canadian. In 1978,despitehis politicalstand, Connorswas nominatedfor a seventh Junoaward.In order not to be coopted by the industry, he refused the nomination.Aweek later,he returned his previouslywonsixJunossaying:'? wasonceproud to receiue,but am now ashamedto keep." "If it is too much to ashof themfor their supportin this matter,thenI considcr that my contributionto the Canadian musicindustry,thusfar, has been pointlas." With thesewords, one of the buh great spokesmenfor Canadalockedhimself out of the musicindusby.

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musicof strangerctheyplay in our hom6, and theytell us wedonl haue sottgsof our own. Theygiue us no choica and mahcit quite clcar,theyphy what fueywant usto hear." In 1987,Connorsendedhis self-imposed silencewith the releaseof a new album: Stompin'Tomis Backto Assist CanadianTalent'.The album was a political statementrespondingto a then recentannouncementby the Canadian Associationof Broadcasters,requesting that Canadiancontent on radio be diminishedto belowthe standard30%. Includedwere extensiveliner notes boldly entitled 'An AppealTo All Canadians From Stompin'Tom'.The noteselaboratelydetailedthe purpose behind the releaseof the album,and providedan explanationfor his absence. Notabh of the sixteentitles on the disc, only four are by Connors;the remaining twelveare pennedand sung by unknown Canadianartists, which Tom thoughtworthy of promotion.Although, the albumwassnubbedby the industry, it solidifieda lifelong effort by Connors to promote Canadiantalent.

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f musthavebeenaboutsix or sevenyears I old whenI first realizedthat my own 'personalif. He wassome UncleAl wasa onewhowasknownoutsidemy ownfamily group.My peersrecognizedUncleAl from theradioandhis spreadingpopularityof his musicthroughthe schoolsystem. Duringthe yearsof his Sundaymorning radioshow- Folk SongsForYoungFolksit wasimperativethat not oneminutebe missed.Eventhroughoutmy teengit never dawnedon meiust how far ranginghis activitieswere,or how well knownand he wasinternationally,until 1967's respected MontrealExposition.For a oneweekperiod duringthe srmmer,he plaYedat the Stagealongwith the likesof Canadian HeleneBaillargonandGordonLightroot. As I practicallylivedat the fair I madeit a Wecialpointto catchall the showqmeand a wholemessof otherpeopletoo!WhenI hadsevereproblemsin reachinghim backstageaftera show,Ifnally realizedthat therewasmoreto the manthanthe concept that an immatureteenagerallowed" I amassrmingthat mostof the readersof this articlearefamiliarwiththe public historyof the'MAN':- he camefroma large fiirly orthodoxJewishfamilyin Montreal.o thatat onetime,he wasa reporterfor the MontrealGazetIe.o that at onetime,he wasa memberof the internationallyacclaimedsinginggroup JohnGossSingersandhis london Singers. o thatat onetime,he wasinvolvedwith SamuelGesserEnterprisesin bringing suchqualityactsasTheWeavers, TheodoreBikel,PeteSeeger,WoodY Guthrieandthe like, to enrichthe Cityof Montreal. . thatprobablyhis mostwellknownsongI KnowAn Old IadY - wasbasedon a poemsentinto him at the CBCbYRose Bonne.Shewrotethe poem.He wrotethe music. To me,he wasjust the familymemberwho: . tookgeat delightin soundingout words

inversely,so thatYellow Pageswould beomeWolleySegaP. o took even greater delight in documenting all the typos and misprints in the Monkeal Gazette(a monumentaltask even in those dayswhen there was more than one English languagenewPaPer)' o was the very proud owner 0ustiliably) of a property locatedon Iake Memphramagog in the EasternTownships,just outside the guarded gtes of the Hermitage Club. lnaeea, this was my particular love and I would goito the world's end for the chanceto visit even ifonly forthe day. o wentto the trouble of composingand recording a specialsong for me on the occasionof my Bat Mitzvah. That record remainsone of my keasrred possessions today. . would ensure that at least someonefrom the family was invited to each of the many concerts in which he was involved, and that each attendeebe invited to meet the performer 0 can remember sitting on the knee of Theodore Bikel when we were all a lot younger and I was considerably smaller). I feel that he had two overriding passionsin life - collecting and documenting our CanadianHistory through its music,

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l\J ick Laidlaq a dearfriend of mine, I \ diedthis past February.And the world, this businessdriven, mon€ydrivenworld, is a poorer placewithout him, becausehe was part of a vanishing breed.You see,one ofthe roles he playedin my life and the life of many otherswasthat of pabon of the arts, or benefactor,or angel,as they say in l showbiz.But o
He also helpedus financially,by panns for a demotapewhich becameour first album, CanadianSunset.We put it out ourselvesand calledour label Nick Records.He was immenselytickled. We tied to pay him back but he wouldn't let us. Then he investedin our second album. Recordcompaniespassedon ib too Canadian,too folky, they said,sowe pressedit ourselvesagain.Like it or not, we were going it alone- exceptthat is, for Nick's support.Yearslater,people calledus pioneersof the independent record scene- a nice thought, but we really didnt haveany choice.At times itwas hellishlydifficult,andnow,75,000 recordslater,I wonderwhatwouldhave happenedif Nick hadn't beenthere. Maybe we'd havegiven up halfway. Maybe we'd havecompromisedthe music. Maybe ld havelotten a job in an office and nevermademy solo albumsin which Nick had also invested.And maybe I'd neverhavewritten my play,or ended upwith a CBCCanaclian musicshow. Overtheyears,Nick, through the laidlaw Foundation(which his father had established),sawto it that festivals like Mariposarebeivedgenerous donations.He alsopersonallyhelped other musiciansandartists,including young paintersand filmmakers. CanadianBrigitte Berman,who won an Oscarfor her documentaryon Artie Shaw,saysshecouldn'thavedoneit without Nick's fi nancialinput. But evenmore important she says,was his emotionalsupportandentlusiasm. I agree.I've nevermet anyonewho rejoiced so much in other people's creativity as Nick Every new song I wrote was to him a causefor wonder and celebration.Music absolutely hansported him. I can still seehim sitting closeto the stage,e.yesclosed,

listening intenflywith all his heart and soul.Often,he took me tohear thejazz greatswho'd thrilled him in his youth artists like Lena Horne, Peggy[ee, and Ella. I in hrrn inboducedhim to a host of youngpr performers, both folk mdjan peoplelike StanRogers,Ferrorl Jane FahJane Burne$, and others. Nick oncetold me that when he wasin the prisoner of war campsdur'urgWorld War II, he hied to learn the tumpet but regretfully norer got the hang of it. Now I've been thinking if there really is a heaven,at leasta heavenfor Nick then there's got to be music there - not just angelicchoirs,but a truly hot big band with a dynamitesinger.And in this hearen, Nick knows how to play the trumpet, and the band gets him up onstagefor a soloand he closeshis eyes and hewails awaylike Miles or D'tz,ryor Bix.Thatwould be heaventoNick not just to listento music,but to makeit. Then I thinlq he did make music, and still is, whether it's on canvas,or celluloid, or notesin the air. Nick made music through us, the peoplehe helped and loved.In this era of hard-nosed greed and corporateprofiteering,where the arts are increasinglyfrowned on asa self-indufuentfrill, he lives on through his generosity.As longas we keep making musig so will Nick. 0

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bomin Lumsden, Saskatchewan, waseducatect at the flit! fo.yfe'itemationallyknownfotklorist, U-ryversity of Saskatchewan, andthenmovedto Toronto.Sheproduced manyfotk songpiijr;ies tdr tne CBC,andcollected many1ntaio falk songs. EdithjoinedthekngtishDepain entoiy;fr t)iiversityin l971, becoming Professor Emeitusin 1984.Shereceived hononrydegrces at the univercities ol Brock,Trent, York,andBegina,is a Fellowof theAmeiun Fotklore $ocielrandof theRoyalSociety of Canada and was appninted a memberof lheOrderof Canada. Shehaswrittenor editedsomittwentyiooksandrnny produced maguine arlicles, a number of records, andcontributed tapes to theNafional Museumanctthe Libnry-of Congress' Shewasa founding memberof theCanadian FolkMusicSociety andis editorof the CnadianFolkMusicJoumal'Remembeing FolkftstivalsbyEdithFowke,. think I wasat every oneof the frst f I twentyfive MariposaFolk Festivals, followingthem from Orilliato the Maple LeafBall Parkin Toronto,then to Innis Iake, OlympiaIsland,CentreIsland.andthen to Barrie.I haven'tattendedthe lastthree, they'vehad very few of the kind of singersI Iike to hear.My memoriesof festivalsare boundup with the singersI enjoyed,manyof whom havebecomemy friends.In the early Mariposadays,when EstelleKleinwas artistic director, I could listen to traditional singerslike JeanRitchie,ElizabethCotton. Norman Kennedy,BessieJones,I-arry Older,SarahOganGunning,Baxter Wareham,Mac Masters,Joeand pat Byrne, and manyothers.OccasionallyI introduced someof the OntariosingersI d discovered. To the first festival I brought O. J. Abbott, then eighty nine,whosesongsare now being sungin folk clubs all over Britain,half a dozensingershaverecordedThe plainsof Waterloo,'andtwo haveissuedrecordstitled 'By the Hush'afteranotherof his songs.In otheryearsI introducedTom Brandon whoseFolk l.egacyrecord receivedhigh praisefomAmerican Folklorists,and Mary Towns,the first singerI foundwheri I startedlooking for traditionalsongsin Ontario.I alsoenjoyedhearingmany modernsingerswho sangfolk songs:British and Irish singerslike EnochKent, Margaret Benneftlfuight, EwanMcC.oll,Owen McBride,and FrankieArmstrong; Americanslike PeteSeeger,OscarBrand, SamHinton,and the Beers:and Canadians like StewartCameron,MaryJane and WinstonYoung,and Ian and Sylvia,who originally sangfolk songs.I was delighted when SaraGrey sangThe BanksofEro' which I had collected,andwhich shelater introducedinto the British folk clubs.and I rememberalsoan earlyfestivalwhen Tom Ifinesled the assembledsingersin another songI'd found:'The PoorLittle Girls of Ontario.' I alsoenjoyedsomesingerswhose own songswere strongly influencedby badition: Tom Paxton,StanRogers,and my

friendVeraJohnsonwhose'Housewife's Lament'I considerthe bestmodernsong usinga folk pattern. AnotheraspectI liked wasthe emphasison crafts.One year I was delighted to Iind that Bill Reid,now famousfor his carvingsand sculptures,wasthere illustratinghis handicrafts.I had knownhim wellwhen he workedfor the CBCandwasthe first announceron my Folk SongTime prosramme. I usedto drive down to the Newport Festivalwhere I got to know more singers.I rememberparticularlythe year PeteSeegerbroughtO.J. Abbottto Newport andaccompanied him as he sangThe Barley Grain for Me. ' I was there the year Bob Dylanbroughtin electronicequipment andsawPeteSeeger'sdismayat what he felt wasa betrayalof folk music.Another memoryis of TheodoreBikel,the most thoroughlyinbernational singerI know.Theo got me into the areaclosedto all except singersand their relativesby claiming me as a cousin,and henceforthaddressedme as CousinEdith.British folk festivalsare much more to my tastethananyon this continenl The LoughboroughFestival,arrangedby the EnglishFolk Danceand SongSociety, wasbeautifullytraditional.At it, in various years, I heard the Stewartsof Blairgowrie, Margaret Barry, DavyStewart,FredJordan, PackieByrne,the Watersons, Johnny Doughty,RayFisher,and hostsofother fine haditionalsingers.I alsoheardmanygood revivalsingerslike Martin Carthy,Nic Jones,and Bob Davenport,and satin on workshopsby EwanMcColl,Bert Lloyd,and StanHqill. IwasdefuhtedwhenTom Gilfellonof the High LevelRanterssangMr. Abbott'sThe Plainsof Waterloo'hisrecord of it had beenchosenasthe bestfolksong recordof thatyear.Anotherhighlightwas FrankieArmsbong singing peggy Seegerrs 'l'm GonnaBe an Engineer,'my favoriteof all the feministsongs.It wastherethat I met MikeYates,nowa dearfriendwithwhom I stayon my visitsto Britain.Mike, a [ondon detective,has an amazingknowledgeof folk

1 i i songsand has mademanyrecordsofsongs he hascollected. More recently I've gone down to a beautifi.rl seasidevillage in Cornwall for the Sidmouth InternationalFestival,a hugeweek long celebrationwhich feahred many great traditional singersand storytellers. I had not previouslyheardDuncanWilliamsonwho hasa remarkablefund of talesand ballads.I wasamusedat the first sessionwhen he cameand sang'CaptainWedderburn's Courtship'directlyto me probablybecause he recognizedmy enthusiasmfor his songs. Other outstandingsingersI got to know there were Betty and DaveCampbell, parentsof the more famousAIex Campbell, who were lovely traditional singers.I rememberalsoa noonsing-aroundin a pub when an lrish singer sang Mr. Abbott's very Irish songaboutDanielO'Connellwhich he hadgot fom someonewho learnedit from Mr. Abboft s record. I've also pilgrimaged severaltimes to the tiny village of Auchternuchty in Scotland.Theirs is a small festivalbut amazinglyrich in traditional singrng,storytelling,dancing,andplaying. The lirst time I went there I shareda bus from Edinburghwith Willie Scott,the famousshepherdsinger,then 84,who died recently.[ast year I was delighted to find HamishHenderson'sgreat'FreedomCome All Ye,'which I considerthe finest songof this century, haspractically becomethe Scottishnationalanthemit wassungat least half a dozentimesthat weekend,andit closedthe festival,with all the singersand the audiencejoining in. I rememberwith' pleasurethe celidhat DuncanWilliamson's homewhen I persuadedHamishto sing it for me,and alsohis The D-DayDodgers,' the best songto come out of World War IL Those were two great festivalsand I hopeto getback !o them again. 0

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Fowke FOLKSINGERS ryro',n TI[0I'AV0URITE ',1913'1974 Alon Mills (bornAlbert Miller)wos ALAN MILLS " os o colloborotorond friend.When I stcried me lo verv imporlonl f"i* S")r,sTime"in l95O he wos olreodyo CBC performerwith his "FolksSongsfor.YoungFolk"which ron from 1947 to progrori," to congrolulob me on someof my eorly wrole iCS-2.l-1" ond thot led to o livelyconespondenceoboui prospommes, bon'odionrcngs.Soonwe begon colloborotingon the rqdio series In br whichlwrote the scriplsond Alon norrotedond songhesongs' 'Tf'e fitled 1956 we preporedfhideenquoder$our Progrommes SonqHistory'ofConodo," ond the nextyeor condensedlhe series plions' into-fourprogrommesbr C BC'sInternotionolServiceTronscri hisoricol In 1958 we lresented o slightlydifferentversionof the"Come All Ye rcngsfor theCBC SchoolBioodcoslsunderthe titled to Asch Moses we hod persuoded bE Conodions."l,rleonwhib "O Conado:A Hisbryin Song"which issueo Folkwoysrecordfitled theNew YorkTimeschoseos one of the hundredbestrecordsof 1956. Thenwe wenl on lo preporethe book Conodo'sStoryin Song thenissuedo two whichGoge publishedin 1960, ond Folkwoys recordsef-usingthot iitle. We hod done hirteen holf$our "Sonq. of lheSeo" whicholso led to o Folkwoys oi Droorommes beslrecordsof LJrd. When it wosJistedos one of the hundred " 1957Alon senlme theclippingwith the nole: Well,whot-d'ye know?We've done it ogoinl" ihen in 1957 we hod o seriesof fiirteen holf$our ptogtJtt"t fitled ?,'de with theSun"- blktoles worked drownfrom thirteenJifferentcounhiesoroundthe world.Alon "folk storted he until os o iournolistin lvlonlreolfrom 1929 lonqs for Goss with fie toured John hod time he thof By in 1947. Folk" Young "Folft SingJrs,ond song in o coupleof operosin Montreol.When Soigsfor YoungFolk" endedhe confinr.pdto sing on the CBC in "Soiqs de Chez Nous" with HeleneBoillorgeon,ond he mode s.""rll r."ords of FrenchConodionsongswith her. He loured Europe ond qove monyconcertsthroughoutNorth Americo.often by Quebec'sfomousftddlerJeonCorignon-During occo-mponied 6ose Americonconcerfshe frequentlysong o children'sditty l'd "Going Over tlp 5eo1 os o resultseverolAmericon colleded ailled modeorer thirty if publishersused in theirschoolmusicbooks.Alon "Buck"Locombe' ,"cordr, oftenoccomponiedby guitoristGilbert "i When he recorded Knowon OH LodyWho Swalhwed o FIy" rl ond when I senlii to Burllws he olso recorded populor, becomevery it. Alon wos on ocfor os well os o singerond oppeoredin mony ond Frenchrodio ploys,includingo seriesof legoldromoson English wh'ichhe ployedthe iudge. His gruffsoundingvoice ond skong modehim porticulorlyeffecliveo^n$e oir.Alonwos lhe inferpretoiions singerwho cpncenfrobdon ConodionFolksongs onlyprofessionol oni he did o greot d-eolto mokelhem befierkno'vn not only in Conodobut oTsoin the UnitedStotesond Europe.His confribdionto Conodionfolklorewos recognizedwhen he wos oppointedo memberof the Order of Conodoin 1974. Shortlyofterthothe developedthe concerthot killed him.

ED McCURDY (b.l9lg|The olherblksingerwho oppeored-on '5Oswos Ed lvlcCurdy(originollyEd th. CBCduringthe I i4Os ond ond worked in Americon Poilsl.He *o.-botn in Pennsyfuonio Voncowerin 1945' Therehe Viri"Jff" ond rodio belore movingb"Ed he McCurdy.Srngs'"Then colled progromme hJ " CgC rodio rodio showsond for o r*"a r" Torontcwhe'rehe oppeoredon olher "Ed'sPhce'" time hod o W children'sProgrommecolled "FolkSongTime"sfrcrtedin 1950 | got lo know Edond sow When ouic o bit of him-whilehe lived in Toronlo.He begonmokingrecords "Folk*ngs of theCondion Moritimesond iicfudins one titled I usedon my shor, ond os Conodion f*whidhnd"which blksingerswere rore, I wenf ic heor himwheneverhe wos o.rfioriinq. In 1954 he returnedto the Stotesto live, ond I visitedhim ic ond his*if. B"t"d"y in New Yorkoccosionolly'He continr'red perbrm in Conodo on rodio, in cofteehouses,ond ot bstivolsduring thefolk boomof he 1960s. Ed becomeone of the moslrecordedblksingersin North Americo, mokingrecordsfor suchNew Yorkcomponiesos Elektro,Trodifion, ond Foikwoys.UnlikeAlon Mills who song mostlyConodion Prestig-e, voststockof -^gi Ea hod o morevoried repertoiredrownlrom lhe"lon.gs o!7 were Britilhond Americonsongs.Someof his records "Songs"l il',t OH Wesl," "Bor+oom Bolhds," 'The BoH Bolhdeer, "Bld, Booze'n' bnes'" He olso H&," ond Leoendof Robiin "Whan Dollione wos in Flower"somewhot rJd" o seriestiiled, "Wil ond Mirth", bowdy songsdrown lorgelyfromThomosD'Urby's " or Songsto Purga lv1r,hncholY." 'Th.eStrongest He likedto composesongs,ond one of lhem, Dreom,"becomequile fumous.lt hos beensungby monysingers, ond hos becomeoimoston officiolonthemof the Peocemo/ement: LostnightI hod the shongestdreon l'd neverdreomedbefore. Idreomed theworU hod oll ogread To puton end b won ForsomeyeorsEdwos ill ond did lirle singing.Thenin theeorly l98Os he'movedto Holihx ond begon perfiormingogoin' I renewed my friendshipwith him in Sl.John'swhen he comelo sing for lhe ConodionFolkMusicSocieryot itsonnuolmeetingin 1984' I olso visitedhim in his homein Holibx when lwos therelo give o leciure in 1986. I bund thothe hod becomeon orfist,butoll he wouldpoini were rolherodd lookinghrds. I hove o smollcollectionof these distinctivebird picturesllolso hoveo lorge collecfionof Edt records ond o cossetleiop. he gove me on my lostvisitwifi him' He phones ond in-thesummerof 1989 he told meobouthis meoccosionolly, plon lo orgonizeo Noro Scofiofolk festivolof roditionol songs'

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MR.L fiiilJffiIlil,'IJl:l.'*li1lffii1 OFTIIEMISSING TTIE CASE f twas a hot, slowdaYat the RDA lThere hadn'tbeenan interestingcase in months,andIwas serioushconsidering that nightschoolaccountingcourse staring up at me from the empty matchbook on my desk.I heard a knock on mY door and quickly nied to look busY. Foregoingthe pleasantries,she came risht to the point. 'I'm from theFatiual, and I wantyou to lomtea missingS.S."0 immediately recognizedthe secret code for singer/ 'Who is lr?" I asked.She songwriter) leanedacrossmy desk, checkedfor "1". bugging devices,and wJrispered, My heart sung with Canadianpride at the mere mentionof His initial. TIow longhashe beenmissing?"lasked. "Thirtl yearc."shereplied.'Andnmne's "O&,yes,"she said, seenhirn sincethen?" 'he'snot hard to find, mostof theYear It'sjustaroundJuneanil July that he "fu, you want rneto find out disaffean." wherehegoa during theBig Fatiual "Exactly,there'sa sfecial eueryyear?" bonrcin it for you."My eyeswidened with anticipation.We'll giueyou the nllec'tedworhsof SuzanneVega!... on C.D.!!" My heart sank.I washopingfor somethinglike an all expensepaid nip to the birthplaceof Michael Cooney,or Stompin'Tom'sautograph,butl hid my disappoinhnentand acceptedthe case. Where to start?Well, naturally,all folk detectiveshavetheir secret sources,so I got on the blower and calledup mine, DeepThumb pick nVhadilaw know aboutBigL?" I asked,aftergiving the password- "ethnicity".D.T pondereda "That's taughone,Rick,"he o moment. "he'spretA intenseaboutpiaacy, but sgrid, thestreetscuftIebutsaysfuat he nak6

surehe\ in MoroccoiluingThe Fatiual. Beendoin'thatfor almostthirtyyear, 'Wrat'shegot agairct TheFat", theysay." "Noone "anydeep,da* secrets?o I asked, "but,I ona " hnotnfor sure, D.T replied, hearila rumourabouthin uisitingThe Festiualdiwuisedashb Dylan,iustto checkthingsout. So,hemusthauesome "Did anyonerecognizthim?" interat." I asked.nVeil,healmostgot awaywith it, 'til spottedtheyarmulkeand someone crucifa in hisguinr case,and, as eoery onehnows,Dylan wasa BuMhist tlrat year!furry, I can'thelf wu anYrnore,n 'butyou mighttry this D.T concluded, addres. Thisguy'sbeenarounilforeuer," The addressbelongedto BlindWillie Orwontie, King of the MississaugaDelta Blues,whose recording careerwent when he backto nineteentwenty-one, releasedthe prophetic'MeechI:ke Done GoneDry Blues'on the FloWaYs Label.Blind Willie, looking at leasta hundred and twenty years old, tuggpd at his white beard,spattobaccoiuice into an empty Perrier bottle, and remember"ThatboycouWsinga song,sure ed, "Petc the enough!Had a lifrIe ilitty calleil Pitldlin' Pup'that nAfu haueoffendcd some of thoseantismut-in{olh+nusi c feo\le, and whentheyfounil out he usedto dnnceon CountryHoeihwn!Well.'.if they askeilhin to llay it woulil only bea matterof time beforethey'dhaueTommy Huqter,CousinClem,maybeeaen KnowltonNashreadin'Poetry!'Cause, don'tforgetson,euenthen Monis Dancets u6 seenasprettyradbal in themilap... uhat with all then fullsanil stirfts." I turned and left. The puzzlewasfilling in. When I got back to my office a sinister packagewas awaitingme. Inside,

a boxof Martin Ught Guaweshings "lf wasa notethat read, 1oureal$want themyteryofL goto thecorner b solae ofShuWanilYic'toia Streetandwait!" I wastherebeforeYoucouldsnY,'What wasvia Rail,Dadily?"Istoodbesidean ominous,large,red brickbuildine plasteredwith postersadvertising musicalet/entsof daysgoneby.Andsure So, enough,his namewaseverYwhere' year inside he did spenda week€very thisghostlypalace'The srafittionthe wallwasfascinatng-hmfir isa can'tplaya synthainr! RoyThombson note! Fhhil for PrimeMinistzr!| was a aboutto wanderoff whensuddenlY smalldooropened,anda handreached oubgrabbingmeby the armandpulling meforcefrrlbinside.I wasimmediately blindfoldedandled downa seriesof andthroughcountless ricket$ staircases Finalb,afterwhat damppassageways' blindfoldwas the hours, like seemed in a huge mYself found I and removed of grotto, thousands lit by undergrolnd out a made candles.I blinkedand shadowyfigurein the distance.Hewas sittingin a smallboatin the middleof thisundergroundlake,cradlinga red gibsontwelvesbing in his muscular hands.I didn'trecognizehim with the partialBrianMulroneymaskcovering hisface,butthe'voicewasunmistakable. "IIearyabeenlookin'fonne,boy."he intonedin thatworld'famousbaritone. Tourfans!Theylaueyou! Theywantpu "That'swhat atfu.eThcFatiualflsred. ylu getfur louin'me."he repliedin the "But,will iltere key of A lvu eaerPlal "fm not was terse, again?"His rcPlY thearcwertn sa$n'".nVillue euerhnow If thisnftcry?" I blurted. lou couldread ,nymind" c:rnrethenowe:
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EsblleKleinisnowo freelonce /progrommer director/consuhont reloledevenls. fororlsondperformonce completed o sludyof Sherecently for fie communilies efinocuhurol ondwos orgonizofion Horbourfronl Feslivol. Her to ilsWOl,lAD onodviser evens ol lheOntodo wo* includes (enlre oswelloswifi grosstools Science All servelo reinforce groups in Toronlo. lo fie of commillmenl sense herslrong in whichshelivesondthe communily whichoccurin bellefthotollevenls to the muslberooted $is environmenf people whoformil.

fJ stelle Klein wasa key figure in the l] tvtariposaFolk Foundationuntil 1980.For most of thattime shewas Artistic Director of the festivaland the foundation'sother public activities. This meanta closeassociationin the developmentof Mariposas school programmesaswell asits workshop and concef,t activities.Adminisfation was alwaysa part of her Mariposalife- she did not feel that one could or should separateartistic concernsfrom the daytoday operationsof the organization. Her leadershiprole helpedto direct and form what is currently a highly respectedmusicalorganizationwhich sponsorsperformancesthroughout the year.The annualFestivalgrew creativelyunder her direction.Mariposa programmeand format innovations playeda significantrole in the developmentof other such gatherings throughout North America. The following is an amalgamof Sandy Moffrfs conversationwith Estelle Klein and excerpts from pasturifien and taped material. It includes her uritten respons€ to Sandy'squestions. MariposaNotes-Volume 1, November1, 1981- excerpts from an article by Kathy Sinclair:"She gauethename'MariPosa' an also continues that and integrity aura ,fgrace to emanatefrornit 4hilosofhy,it hard of Directors,ia hlspitaliA, aolunteen andPerformerc-.Shehasan eyefor new talent awl a \erce4tionof theneedsand foibla of qtablishedferfonnen, an astute sense,a telephoneear ca\ableof business fsyhological ins@E and ahighly of drama in the innouatiuesense organizationof wor*sho|s.All of these onlysen)eto conjureup moreand more actiaitiesthat wereincluiled in heriob." Estellereread the'Notes'and remembersher reactionat the time. "It seemedlike an obituary but I knew the intent wasgenuineand I was grateful for the recognition of years of

'aura' 'The existenceof an hard work. thatwould continueto emanatefrom otherswas a hopeful rosy assessment but I doubted its longevityevenif it did exist.I thought it wascommoncourtesy and commonsense.Thesearenot necessarilyuniversaltraits." MARIP0SA:What promptssomeoneto be an artistic director? ESTEIIE: I can only speakof my own e:cperiencealthough one could saya certaindegreeof madnessis common to the species.There was no conscious plan.An early passiveinterest in folk grew to involvementin organizingfolk eventsand activitiesprior to Mariposa through workshopplannhg and coordi. nation in its earb years,to acceptanceof the role in 1964.By then I was captivatedby the ideaof sharing with audiencesthe broadworld that is folk. RecentlyMariposa'sfounder,Ruth JonesMcVeigh,expressedher concern ofthe fact that I had broadened Mariposafrom a sbictb Canadian festival.This surprised me hcause early festivalswere limited in sizeand scopefor what I perceivedto be losical reasonsand it was after all, a beginning' Although therewas definitelya Canadianflavour,the truth is that a significant numhr of songsheard were of Americanor other oricin - thafswhat mostpopularCanadianperformersdid at the time. Had it been a festivalof only Canadiantraditionalperfomersor one derotedto totallyCanadianmaterial,I would have looked at it differently.You can term these artistic judgements,I suppose.That meansyou take the responsibility for your actions- flak as well as compliments.The short answer to your questionis that becomingan artistic director gives one the power to shapean eventusing ideasto the best of one'sability from conceptualizationto finishedproduct.It is more thanjust hiring people.It can bevery satisfuing.

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Activclv frciliteU4 Ui prootion, pblicrtio ud prcrarrtion of Curdiu foll nutic. Everdnct 1956the Soctetyhas beenlnvolved ln the promotlonof folk mudc ln Canada.Today, It producestwo flne publtcatlonsand ls lnvofuedin a number of other proJects.Wecurrently havetcrc publcattons. [t) ihe quarterlycrnidirn fo|l Muric Bullctin contalnsmanv featurescontrlbuted by pomlnent perfoimers, educators & sdrolars. In addttton,there arelots of songs& revlecruofcurrent recordsand books. (2)The annual Crnrdiu FolL furic Jourarl n*rldr contalnspapersand cpmmentaryrclatlng to orrrent rescarchIn Canadlanfolk muslc. Usefirlbtbhogaphtes and somerevlevs are alsopresented Yearlymenbershtps,u,htchtndude subscrlp$onsto both the Jonrad and the Eultctin are availablebv sendng$18.00($14for studcntJ, $20 for lnstltutlons)to the Sodetyat: P.O.Box4132,Statton'C' C-zlgary, Alberta T2N 5Nl Herrse antsider join@ tlv Srrie{ and supprting anr actiuities lut*

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In a wayI envyyou.Onceyou'vebeen to a few festivals,you usuallyknow whatyouwantto seeandwhereYou wantto go beforeyou setfoot on the grounds.Yougo straightto it and you'resatisfied. Butthe firsttime youwalkinto a folk festival,you comethrough the gates not quiteknowingwhatto expect Asyou beginto wander(withno particulardestinationin mind),you wholenewworldfor the experience.a very first time.Artisansdisplaythek craft,old friendsgatherundera tree, familiessharetheirjoy - the children with their own specialmagic.Every few stepsseemto reveala newdelighl And everywherethereis music.Music to listento andmusicto danceto... musicforlaughingandmusicfor crying...ormaybemusicjustforthe sheerjoy of makingmusic.

Thereare placeslike this that spring up everyyearthroughoutthe province. Thereis a folk festivalsomewherein Ontarioalmosteveryweekendfrom Eachonehas Junethrowh September. its ownfeel its ownflavour.And el€ry yearthereare a few more.Some peoplehavetakento referringto us as a growth industry. Me, I prefertothink of it asspreading the magicaround. Enjoyyourself... I'm goingto wanderfor a while.

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