April 4, 1998
Live from The Town Hall in New York, New York, it's our Talent from Towns Under Two Thousand contest, with Kirkmount, Harmony, Jake Krack, Claire Stadtmueller, Tour de France, The Virginia Cutups and The Virtual Consort.

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Recorded on April 4, 1998, from New York, New York.
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00:00Logo (RA)
00:14Tishomingo
02:20GK talks about T-TUTT Contest
04:45GK introduces Pat Donohue (RA)
04:58WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY THE GUITAR
07:30APPLAUSE - GK TALK WITH SUE SCOTT AND CUTUPS (RA)
10:20TATER RIDGE - THE VIRGINIA CUTUPS
12:40APPLAUSE WITH PLAYOFF MUSIC
13:05GK TALKS WITH TIM RUSSELL ABOUT NEXT GROUP (RA)
16:40THE FROG
19:39APPLAUSE WITH PLAYOFF MUSIC
20:10GK TALKS WITH TOM KEITH ABOUT NEXT GROUP (RA)
22:40JOHN BROWN'S DREAM
25:44APPLAUSE - GK BACK ANNOUNCE
26:39COWBOYS - SONGS OF NEW YORK (RA)
36:10APPLAUSE
36:25GK TALK ABOUT TOUR DE FRANCE (RA) (M)
39:10BRANLE DE POITOU
42:40APPLAUSE - TALK WITH CLAIRE STADTMUELLER (RA)
45:54MUZETTA'S WALTZ
48:13APPLAUSE - GK BACK ANNOUNCE/ INTRODUCE LAST CONTESTANTS (RA)
51:16NEIGHBORS
54:05APPLAUSE
56:10SILVER LINING (RA)
107:23APPLAUSE - GK SEGUE TO INTERMISSION (RA)
108:05MY GAL SAL
111:51WELCOME BACK TO THE SECOND HALF...
112:20POWDERMILK BISCUITS
113:48GREETINGS (RA) (M)
118:36BERTHA'S(RA)/ GK TALK WITH BIGNEY BROTHERS (RA)
126:40KIRKMOUNT - JAKE SCOTT SKINNER'S TUNE SET
130:45APPLAUSE
131:33MONOLOGUE (RA)
145:40LOVE'S OLD SWEET SONG
146:29GK ANNOUNCES WINNER OF MARKLUND AWARD
148:06APPLAUSE - GK ANNOUNCES HARMONY
149:00CANAAN
150:58APPLAUSE - GK ANNOUNCE WINNERS: VIRTUAL CONSORT (RA)
153:10MILES AND MAURICE
156:57APPLAUSE - GK GIVES CREDITS
158:22THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS
159:11APPLAUSE

Guest Information
  • Kirkmount
  • Harmony
  • Jake Krack
  • Claire Stadtmueller
  • Tour de France
  • The Virginia Cutups
  • The Virtual Consort
  • Scripts
  • Cowboys
  • Silver Lining
  • Bertha's Kitty Boutique
  • Coffee

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