NEW YORK 2004

THE OPEN MIC SESSIONS - I

at The Davis Hall

Saturday hosted by Heather Salisbury and Tom Bohan
Sunday hosted by Natalie Fuhr and Richard Faber




The Davis Hall

Line dance trained by Bernice Bulgatz
and Pearl Goldsmith (both from Florida)
Above: Jim Rotonda connects the cables for Jan Erik

Michael Wolkind with Joe Way and Vern Silver: If this will be you will, Famous blue raincoat

Joe Way and Vern Silver together: The future

Below:
Don Cummer (Ontario): Pantomime, Memories, Stranger song

Shirley Spencer (Quebec): Famous blue raincoat, The singer must die, Ainít no cure for love



Lester Hirsh (Pennsylvania): Sweet surrender


Katie and Joe Way (Indiana/Wisconsin): Window


Tony Masalonis (Washington DC): Teachers,
Tonight will be fine, Your fatherís gone
fishing, Here it is

Jan Erik Lundqvist (Sweden): Take this waltz


Richard Faber (Br. Columbia): Lady midnight, Butcher, Field Commander Cohen, Passiní thru

John Kloberdanz (New York): Lover lover lover, Hallelujah, Stories of the street, Lady Midnight


Saturday hosts Heather Salisbury
and Tom Bohan

Vern Silver (Ontario):
Avalanche, Alexandra leaving




Note: many of our Open Mic artists were on the stage on
both days. Here we have listed all their songs with just one photo.

More Open Mic photos on the next page!


Photos © 2004 Eija and Jarkko Arjatsalo
Linda Straub (photo of Lester Hirsh)




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