Let me add this to Wally's memory of Utah at Fox Hollow. Brian Zentz (age about 10, and small for his age) played some mouth-harp to backup one of his father's (Bob's) songs. After watching him hog the mike and steal the show, Utah remarked: "That's a great kid you've got there, Bob. You oughta have him stuffed." Another fond memory or two: Bessie Jones and the Moving Star Hall Singers, backed by Reverend Dan Smith with his powerful, driving, mouth-harp, stirring the entire front half of the audience to some pretty fine movement. That was a long way from Sleepy John Estes, folks. Equally stirring, Sara Cleveland, sixty-year-old grandmother from the Adirondacks, quietly presenting her remarkable version of Child #52 (The King's Dochter Lady Jean) to an audience of, maybe, a thousand people, all listening in rapt silence. You shoulda been there, Art!