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Gordon Lightfoot Winners!

December 1, 2004

News that is too good keep until the next Folk Alley Chat (E-mailing out on Monday), here are the winners of the Gordon Lightfoot autographed copies of Harmony from Linus Entertainment. There were a total of 1310 entries in the Folk Alley Gordon Lightfoot quiz with 53 people answering all ten questions correctly. Chuck randomly drew 10 names and here they are:

Sherri Hamilton - Rochester, WA
Kari Kukkonen - Johnstown, CO
Neal Walters - Greencastle, PA
Jon Chandler - Salem, OR
Jerry Houff - East Hampton, CT
John Mercer - Oberlin, OH
Kevin Hackett - Richmond Hill, Canada
Carole Rennie - Centerburg, OH
Valerie Magee - Englewood, CO
Lynn Chilleme - Huntington Beach, CA

Congratulations to all of the winners!

Posted by Ann VerWiebe at December 1, 2004 1:56 PM


Comments

Can you please play some selections from Darryl Purpose's GIFT OF THE MAGI CD?
Thanks!

Posted by: Robert Morgan Fisher at December 22, 2004 12:55 PM

What an absolutely awesome job you folks or is it folkies do to spread the music of the land to people all over.It's enjoyable at any time but even more so over the holiday season. From all of us north of the border to our good friends and neighbours of the south a very Merry Christmas.

Posted by: Mark Crawford at December 24, 2004 8:07 AM

Am looking for the words and melody for "the wreck of the edmond Fitzgerold"

Love that song!

Paul

Posted by: Paul Cole at October 21, 2005 11:03 PM

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