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The New Folksters
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The New Folksters are a group of folk singers who combine wonderful harmony with hot instrumentals. Their performances are fun and energetic and include lush ballads, hot bluegrass, sultry blues and rollicking ragtime tunes. Members have been part of the folk singing community since the 60�s.

Why this name?
Although our ages may give us away - we are not old folks - just a bunch of New Folksters!
Do you play live?
Play live in concert performances. Enjoy it very much.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Has made music more accessible for both performers and listeners.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Are you kidding??
Band History:
We have been playing together as a group for several years. Our rmembers have been performing since the 1960's. Our members are:

- Hal Weiner on guitar, mandolin and vocals, a previous member of the Barbary Coast Singers in the 1960�s

- Larry Gallagher on guitar and vocals, previously one of the New Christy Minstrels

- John Temples on banjo and guitar, a three time Utah state banjo champion

- Judy Adams, our featured vocalist, who has appeared in many stage performances and is a member of the renown Flotones singing group

- Lynette Kristine has played with symphony orchestras and Broadway musicals and is the hottest bass player west of the Willamette

The group is based in Florence, Oregon and has been featured at The Florence Events Center Habitat for Humanity Benefit Concert, The Grape Leaf, Suislaw Coffee Roasters, The Backstreet Gallery, Nina�s Restaurant, Craves, The Concerts By The Lake, Elkton Music Festival, The Tumbleweed Folk Festival, The Drift Inn, Humane Society Benefit Concert and NW Folklife.

Your influences?
The New Christy Minstrels, Flatt and Scruggs, The Kingston Trio, Judy Collins, The Limeliters, Peter, Paul & Mary, Pete Seeger, Bob Wills and any 1920's ragtime group.
Favorite spot?
The Oregon Coast
Equipment used:
Breedlove and Martin Guitars, Gibson Banjo, Tacoma Mandolin
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