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|GUEST,Scoville||Folksingers, the real deal (69* d)||RE: Folksingers, the real deal||14 Jan 07|
Since when do you have to be a professional to be a "real folk musician (or singer)"? I AM a real folk artist, as far as I can tell, but I've never been and probably never will be a professional. Is there something British here that I'm missing? U.S. folk musicians seem to have enough other networking opportunities not to need Mudcat much for that.