Young bands were helped along by veteran player Ian Tamblyn on the mainstage workshop. Singing a Bob Dylan song helped, and meanwhile Rita Chiarelli kept it up with a good version of Highway 61 on another stage. Klesmer band Gypsy Jive, and Sweet Patootie kept the music driving, and later on the mainstage, Brock Zeman was a highlight with both great playing, and songs full of drama and drive. The mainstage night ended with with two Thunder Bay bands: the Auditor General happily played to its biggest audience yet, and Slap Johnson and the Trowellers rollicked some old time blues to the night’s end, until the campfire, that is.[nggallery id=3]
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