The Second Generation / Mac Wiseman at First Annual Shriners Bluegrass Festival

Audio Visual Material

Identifier
9650
Date
1975
Description
Video footage of The Second Generation and Mac Wiseman (accompanied by The Second Generation) performing the first annual Shriners Bluegrass Festival in 1975.

The Second Generation: "Cora Is Gone" (Flatt and Scruggs), "Fire In the Mountain, Run, Boy Run" (trad.), "All the Good Times are Past and Gone" (Bill Monroe), "Uncle Pen" ( Ricky Skaggs), "If" (David Gates), "My Favorite Memory" (Richard Steadtler), unnamed instrumental piece.

Mac Wiseman: "Wabbash Cannonball" (trad.), "I Wonder How the Old Folks Are at Home" (A.P. Carter), "Me and Bobby McGee" (Kris Kristofferson, Fred Foster), "Catfish John" (Bob Mcdill, Allen Reynolds), "Jimmy Brown, the Newsboy" (A.P. Carter), "It Rains Just the Same In Missouri" (Ray Griff ©1972), "Tis Sweet to be Remembered" (Mac Wiseman), "Footprints in the Snow" (Bill Monroe), "Eight More Miles to Louisville" (Grandpa Jones).
Creator
Wiseman, Mac (performed by)
Contributor
Wiseman, Mac (performed by)
Physical Format
1/2 inch videotape: reel-to-reel
Generation:
-NONE-
Generation - General
Unknown
Container
Item
Color
B&W
Rights Summary
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