Players, Actors, Producers, Characters and Carnies

appearing and performing at the first two




in alphabetical order and in the can, as it were


Oscar Arslanian  Oscar’s roots are in show business.  After leaving Capitol Records as

Director of Media and Artist  Relations, he and his wife, Nyla, formed Arslanian & Associates

specializing in public relations and management and working with such artists as Rick Nelson, The

Mamas & The Papas, Roy Orbison and America. Oscar is personal manager to both Fabian and

Chris Montez and produces concerts throughout the U.S. He produced the first live Oldies Rock ‘n

Roll pay-per-view TV broadcast before 85,000 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and is well known for his

work with artists of the classic rock era. As an active member of the Board of the Hollywood Chamber

of Commerce, and past Chairman of the Board, the California Travel Industry Association named

Oscar to the California Tourism Hall of Fame.  He received The Golden Award from the Hollywood

Chamber Foundation in 2009 for his many contributions to the Hollywood community.



Kevin Bacon became a household name with such hit films as Footloose, A Few Good Men, Mystic

River, directed by Clint Eastwood, Murder in the First, River Wild and many others, he was writing

songs on his own and playing percussion in Philadelphia coffeehouses with his brother and other

groups.  What most don’t realize is that guitarist/vocalist Kevin and his older brother Michael (guitar,

vocals, cello) are lifelong musicians, which is of course part of the reason why they’ve become

so good at turning heads and tweaking ears, harvesting an ever-growing fan base along the way.  


For his part, Kevin is more than eager to shuffle his busy film schedule around to accommodate a

string of Bacon Brothers shows, even if it means he has to bend over backwards to meet all of his

commitments. “It’s hard just to play them for myself, or my wife,” he says of his songs, many of

which he sat on for decades. “I love to play, and I love to play live. 



Chuck Banner worked in developing children's programming, working with the Dallas Symphony

on AMAZING MUSIC, a family concert series (A&E, PBS) and in co-production with Fireworks

Entertainment on REAL KIDS, REAL ADVENTURES for the Discovery Kids Channel.  His latest

production to air nationally on PBS was AMAZING MUSIC JAZZ, which he directed, produced and

edited.  Chuck is the son of the legendary TV producer Bob Banner and now runs his company in

Santa Monica.  Chuck's Company is doing our FILM OF THE FILM FESTIVAL...



Les Blank is a prize-winning independent filmmaker, best known for a series of poetic films that led

Time Magazine critic Jay Cocks to write, "I can't believe that anyone interested in movies or America...

could watch Blank's work without feeling they'd been granted a casual, soft-spoken revelation." 



Dr. Wachtang "Botso" Korisheli--From 1957 through the mid-’80s, Korisheli brought m  usic into

the lives of countless youth with an unparalleled sphere of influence.  In 1965 Korisheli founded the

San Luis Obispo Youth Symphony.  On the day of his father’s execution in Joseph Stalin’s Soviet

Union, 14-year-old Botso Korisheli was granted 20 minutes to say goodbye.  I was able to see Dad

in prison; he was in a small cell, and he was holding my mom’s hand,” recalls Korisheli, 78, of that

day in 1936 when his outspoken father, celebrated Georgian actor Platon Korisheli, was put to death

as an enemy of the people.  That’s where he told me everything he wanted to tell me for the rest of

my life,” continues Korisheli. “He said to me, ‘When you go to bed each night, ask yourself: ‘Have I

done enough?’ " His influence is world renown, just ask Kent Nagano, 48, of Berlin’s Deutsche 

Symphony, or ask Gerald Folsom with the LA Philharmonic, or ask trumpeter Bob Bennett, veteran

of the Woody Herman Orchestra, and the many that he taught and inspired.  We are honored to

present him with the Paderewski Lifetime Achievement Award.



William Bronston M.D. founder, and CEO of Tower of Youth  nonprofit organization that works

with students and teachers in the Sacramento/Sierra service area to enhance opportunities for

students to develop mastery of digital skills and show their work at two showcases held in

Sacramento each year, one for short videos from the region called Teen Digital Reel and Award

Showcase held every Spring and the North American All Youth Film and Education Day every Fall.

He is the principal architect of Digital Arts Studio Partnership Program model. Bronston is a

Physician who also served as the Medical Director, and senior clinical system advisor for two

state agencies in California. He has been a forceful advocate for the medical rights of people with

disabilities throughout his career.



Del Breckenfeld: is Director of Entertainment Marketing at Fender Musical Instruments Corp. He

developed a groundbreaking promotional program for Anheuser-Busch, working with some of

the best marketers in the world. Through his career, Breckenfeld has worked with some of the

biggest names in music and movies, including The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Tom Hanks and

Will Ferrell and television shows such as Two And A Half Men and American Idol just to name a




Gary Busey nominate d for an Oscar for his first lead role in 1978's The Buddy Holly Story,

in such films as Lethal Weapon (1987, starring Mel Gibson) and Point Break (1991, starring Keanu

Reeves). Raised in Oklahoma, Busey went to Hollywood in the late 1960s as a drummer in a rock

band. In the early '70s he started working in the movies, earning small parts in Thunderbolt and

Lightfoot (1974, starring Clint Eastwood) and A Star is Born (1976, starring Barbra Streisand).

Then his performance as rock legend Buddy Holly made him a star.  In addition to roles in The Firm

(1993), Lost Highway (1997) and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), Busey has done voice

work for the video game Grand Theft Auto and starred in Comedy Central's I'm With Busey (03),

a "reality" show capitalizing on Busey's famously oddball behavior.



Dave Cole has a wide variety of feature film and TV credits as an actor and a recent three-year term

as Vice-President of the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival, Central Coast denizen Dave

Cole has broadened his involvement in the indie film ‘biz to include assisting filmmakers with the

production, marketing, distribution and film festival strategizing for their films, promoting The Center

for the Study of Film and History, and working with some other film festivals and their programming.



Robert Carradine best known for portraying Lewis Skolnick in the successful Revenge of the Nerds

series of comedy films and Sam McGuire on the Disney Channel sitcom Lizzie McGuire.  Carradine

made his film debut in 1972 in The Cowboys with John Wayne. He made an appearance as

a killer in the Martin Scorsese film Mean Streets alongside his brother David; again with David in The

Long Riders about the Jesse James Gang, and was in Massacre at Central High in 1976.  His dad

was the actor John Carradine, and he is the brother of Keith and the late David Carradine, who we

were making arrangements to have at the festival for the screening of Bound For Glory.



Susan Morgan Cooper, director/ producer An Unlikely Weapon. Susan was compelled to make her

first documentary, "Mirjana",about a young girl displaced by the Balkan War." She was drawn to

Eddie Adams, the photographer in "An Unlikely Weapon", because of his fascination with displaced

and oppressed people. In 2008 Susan is set to direct her first dramatic feature. Based on a

documentary she made a few years ago "Roadrunners" is the story of a cop from East L.A. who

takes a group of gang kids and turns them into a championship roller hockey team.



Gary Conway has an extraordinary creative background from the fine arts to the arts of  viticulture

and winemaking, it was in television where Gary  first became recognized worldwide, initially starring

in the TV series "Burke's Law," then "Land of the Giants," the world’s most successful TV series. 

Besides starring in series and a multitude of episodic television shows and TV movies for the three

networks, he starred in many motion pictures.  He is also a prominent screenwriter with such credits

as “Over the Top,” and the “American Ninja” series.  He currently directed and starred in the acclaimed

film “Woman’s Story.”  A Renaissance man for our time, youngest artist to win a major prize at the LA

County Art Exhibition and, before age sixteen, was awarded full scholarships to the three most

prestigious art schools in the country.



Joel Cox (Editor) has worked with Clint Eastwood for more than 30 years, on films that include

"Bird," "Eastwood After Hours: Live at Carnegie Hall," Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends," and

co-edited Clint Eastwood's "Piano Blues."  Joel has been editor on movies like “Flags of Our

Fathers,” “Million Dollar Baby,” “Mystic River,” “Blood Work,” “Space Cowboys,” “True Crime,”

“Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” “Absolute Power,” “The Bridges of Madison County,”

“A Perfect World,” and “Unforgiven,” for which he won an Academy Award for Best Editor in 1992.


of him in interviews and panel discussion.



Sonny Curtis My hero then was Sonny Curtis ... I admired him so much, I wanted to

change my name to Sonny. I even tried to stand like him.”--Waylon Jennings  From his West

Texas beginnings as the lead guitarist in Buddy Holly’s pre-Crickets band to a prolific songwriting

career, Sonny Curtis is a rare talent who transcended musical genres long before the term
“crossover” was coined. He has penned over 500 songs, recorded by legendary artists across

the music spectrum, including Holly, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Hank Williams, Jr., Bing

Crosby, The Everly Brothers, and wrote their big hit "Walk Right Back", Nanci Griffith, Roy

Orbison, The Stray Cats, and The Clash. Might mention that he wrote the huge hit  "I Fought the

Law", and Keith Whitley's record "I'm No Stranger to the Rain," which was voted Country Music

Assoc. single of the year in 1989.



Ann Dandridge  With over 30 years in Public Relations consulting, Ann has helped many

celebrities become the stars they are today.  Ann worked with one of her clients, Earl Mills for

ten years to get his book optioned, which finally became the HBO Movie "Introducing Dorothy

Dandridge" starring Halle Berry, Dorothy is Ann's cousin,  She has worked with the likes of Eric

Root, author of Lana Turner's Biography, Motown legend Martha Reeves of Martha Reeves and

The Vandellas, Dr. Jerry Buss, owner of the LA Lakers, Ron Rice, founder of Hawaiian Tropic

Suntan Lotion, Elaine Young, Beverly Hills Realtor to the Stars, Mayor Harold Washington, 1st

Black Mayor of Chicago, Illinois, Dr. Armand Hammer, CEO of Occidental Petroleum and others.



Joel Diamond Billboard Magazine described Diamond as, "one of Contemporary Music's Best

Record Producers sitting behind the board." A 30-year industry veteran, multi-platinum producer/

songwriter Joel Diamond has produced and/or co-written over 36 gold and platinum recordings,

plus movie soundtracks and television themes, and has been a recording artist himself on five

different labels. His career has included everything from record production and song writing

to heading up the music publishing companies for both Mercury (at which time his second in

command was Tommy Mottola) and CBS/Sony Records, serving in executive and creative

capacities. During his career, he has also worked closely with such music icons as: James

Taylor,Laura Nyro, Harry Nilson, Van Morrison, The Bee Gees, Rod Stewart, Barry

Manilow, David Bowie, Dr. Hook, among others.






Ramblin' Jack Elliott is considered one of the country's legendary foundations of folk music. 

Honored at the White House in 1998 with a National Medal of Arts for his contribution to American

Folk Music, he was also awarded a Grammy in 1996 for his "South Coast" recording.  As one of the

last true links to the great folk traditions of this country, with over 40 albums under his belt.  Jack

was a huge huge   influence on Bob Dylan. 



Rich Ferguson  is a magician, entertainer and poker columnist.  He is current spokesman

for a Dream For Kids, a local, San Luis Obispo California charity. Rich's humorous and original

magic has enchanted audiences all over the world. Rich combines magic, hypnosis and mentalism

to create a style of magic that is highly intriguing and sets him apart from the rest as a world-class

magician. His slogan is "Where Magic & Mentalism Join Hands." He performs for high profile

events, award shows, magic clubs, theatres and his hands are used as extras in movies for cheats,

gambling, hustles, pick pockets and various manipulations



Christopher Felver is a photographer and filmmaker.  His work has been exhibited internationally,

and his works are collected by numerous libraries and museums, including Stanford University

Special Collections.  He participated in the 53rd Venice International Film Festival, and screened

films in festivals and museums around the globe, including presentations at the Library of Congress,

he received the Best Art Documentary Awards at the Cinema Arts Centre Independent Film Festival, 

and he was a Visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome.  


Max Gail His acting debut came in 1970 in San Francisco, California, playing the Chief in the

original stage production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.   He is best known for his

television role as Det. Stan "Wojo" Wojeciehowicz from the sitcom Barney Miller (1975). Gail's

best known feature film role is in D.C. Cab (1983) as Harold, Gail runs Full Circle, a production

company which has done documentaries on such subjects as Agent Orange, Native Americans,

and nuclear issues.


Judie Hoyt stared working with Clint Eastwood in 1975, on The Outlaw Josey Wales, after he

arrived at Warner Brothers from Universal.  She has worked with him for a total of 20 years, with a

couple of retirements in between.  During these years she has worked on the films Letters from Iwo

Jima, Flags of Our Fathers, Million Dollar Baby, Mystic River, Bird, Pale Rider ,Sudden Impact,

Honkytonk Man and many more.   


Dan Jones was recently Chairman of the Ponca Nation.  He was a Field Producer on the

Emmy nominated documentary 500 Nations, working with Kevin Costner. Dan worked for Disney

Imagineering on the Disney America Project, and performed with Sammy Davis Jr. and Wayne

Newton at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.  Jones' television productions

include producing The World of American Indian Dance, which premiered on NBC in 2003.  In

2001 Jones was the co-host and co-producer of the First Americans in the Arts awards ceremony

webcast, with broadcast partner  In 1993 he received the Muse Award from the

Association of American Museums for a work produced by the new Smithsonian National Museum

of the American Indian. Jones is a traditional straight dancer and resides in his hometown of Ponca

City, Oklahoma.


Kathy Kelly has over 25 years experience in all aspects of media communications. Her work has

included projects for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Turner Classic Movies, Capitol Records,

MGM, Kal Kan, Johnson & Johnson, Toshiba, Amgen, Gemstar, Hoover, Fitness Quest,

 Braun, T-Fal, Conair, Murad, GNC, Motorola and many other national and international consumer

brand marketers.  For two years she produced the Winery Music Awards, then left Paso for greener



Ken Kragen  has managed some of the world's most important entertainers, including Kenny

Rogers, Lionel Richie, Trisha Yearwood, Olivia Newton John, The Bee Gees, Burt Reynolds,

The Smothers Brothers and many others.  He was the creator and organizer of "We Are the

World", "Hands Across America", and Cisco System's "NetAid".  Kragen has produced a variety

of film and television projects, ranging from the ground-breaking "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"

on CBS to Kenny Rogers' "Gambler" movies, and numerous series, mini-series and films.  He

produced the "12 Dogs of Christmas" live action, full length feature film based on his daughter's,

Emma's, best-selling children's book. To date this project has sold

500,000 books and 700,000 DVDs.  He and his friend Quincy Jones produced a portion of the

1992 Presidential Inauguration.   He has written the best selling book "Life is a Contact Sport"

which is filled with unique and well tested career advice.


Archie McLaren: Archie McLaren is no stranger to the world of fine cuisine and rare wine. He is

the founding Bailli of the Central Coast Chapter of the Confrerie de la Chaine des Rotisseurs, a

member of the Vintners’ Club of San Francisco, the Wine & Food Society of San Francisco, the

San Francisco Chapter of the Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin and the Marin County Chapter

of the International Wine & Food Society. He is one of only two Americans inducted into the

Austrian Wine Brotherhood, and one of the few Americans inducted into the Commanderie des

Bontemps - Medoc et Graves & Sauternes et Barsac of Bordeaux in France. 


Michael Lewis has played with Frankie Valli, DeBarge, Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson),

and was keyboard player for the great Quicksilver Messenger Service for years.  Michael was

Liberace's Music Director and arranger, and produced three of Liberace's albums.  He did the

music for Barbara Walter's TV Specials, soundtrack for the TV show "In Search Of", narrated by

Mr. Spock and Leonard Nimoy.  Besides running his own music company, he has been music

director and playing with Dave Somerville for many years, and will join him at the Festival on stage.


Carole MacDonald began her career at an advertising agency, producing commercials and jingles.

The more she became involved with film, the more her career began to take a turn towards

production. Included in a vast resume are “TRUTH BE TOLD”, a feature film directed by Jeff Byrd

starring Blair Underwood and Regina King, “MY DARK LADY”, a feature directed by Buffalonian

Frederick King Keller, “WHO KILLED THE IDEA?” a BMW short film and “THE BARRY WILLIAMS

SHOW”, a Sean Penn directed project for Peter Gabriel.  


Chris Montez-was born in Los Angeles and grew up in the town of Hawthorne. He was influenced

by his Hispanic culture and the rock 'n roll success of Richie Valens.  In 1962, Chris' single,

"Let's Dance" hit the top 10 and he was on his way. He toured with Clyde McPhatter, Sam Cooke,

The Platters and Smokey Robinson. In 1963, while in Liverpool with Tommy Roe, his opening act

was a new English group, The Beatles.Herb Alpert dropped in on one of Chris' first sessions and

suggested that he try a soft ballad sound. It was a more conservative style than Chris would have

preferred but Alpert's instincts were good and the hits "The More I See You," "There Will Never Be

Another You," "Call Me" and "Time After Time" followed in quick succession.



John Andres Parks is a Songwriter's Songwriter, a Poet, and a Storyteller. Park's melodic

narratives run from windblown prairies and old jalopies to shooting stars across the cosmic canvas.

As Kenny Rogers once said on an NBC Television Special, “John Andrew  is one of the greatest

singer/songwriters I’ve heard in 20 years, and whether or not you like this song you have never

heard anything like it before!” Willie Nelson has him on his list of favorite songwriters.  Kenny

Rodgers produced Park's Plant Texas in a video that was well well well ahead of its time using

music, film footage and animation.   John recently performed for 600 million people on China TV. 

Jim Fogelsong, a Lifetime Achievement Grammy winner, commented: “John Andrew Parks’

influence will be felt for a decade to come.”


Kathleen Quinlan-made her film debut in George Lucas' American Graffiti.  She has appeared in

over 50 films, and known for her roll as Deborah, a schizophrenic, in I Never Promised You a Rose

Garden, for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture

Drama, and for a Golden Globe and Oscar nominated turn for Best Supporting Actress category

in Apollo 13 opposite Tom Hanks.  Quinlan also made a mark as Jim Morrison's Celtic Pagan

lover in Oliver Stone's The Doors, and won a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Support Actress

for Breakdown with Kurt Russell.  Kathleen has a huge career in TV appearing in the TV series

House, 2006 remake of "The Hills Have Eyes".


Bruce Ricker: On September 12, 2007, TONY BENNETT: THE MUSIC NEVER ENDS ran on

national television on PBS. This was the fourth documentary directed and/or produced by Bruce

Ricker, creator of Rhapsody Films. Over the past 20 years Ricker has co-produced with Clint

Eastwood an impressive repertoire of films including Mystic River, Clint Eastwood’s Piano Blues,

The Bridges of Madison County and many more.  


Gary D. Roach (Editor) previously worked with Editor Joel Cox and Director Clint Eastwood as an

 Assistant Editor on “Million Dollar Baby,” “Mystic River,” “Space Cowboys,” “True Crime” and

“Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” among others.  His additional assistant director credits

include “Catwoman,” the miniseries “The Blues,” “Monterey Jazz Festival: 40 Legendary Years”

and “Eastwood After Hours: Live at Carnegie Hall.”   


Vicki Roberts has had quite an illustrious career to date.  August Vicki completed a documentary

called Wiener Strudel ("Viennese Pastry") in which she was the producer, pianist, and featured

protagonist.  She has been a series regular on truTV's (formerly Court TV's) Disorder in the

Court series and she recently appeared on Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell on CNN's Headline

News.  In 08, Vicki appeared on VH1's Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew as herself, as Gary Busey's

attorney, and she also co-starred on the nationally syndicated television show, Jury Duty, as a

celebrity juror. She is most recognized for her many recurring appearances on the nationally

syndicated television legal show, Celebrity Justice.  She has also appeared on Access Hollywood,

Extra, E! Entertainment,MSNBC's The Abrams Report, and VH1's legal music show, Rock and a

Hard Place. 


Rick Roas will be her playing bass with Jack Tempchin, and will be here as a musician and a

panelist after the screening of  NEIL YOUNG: Heart of Gold.  He has played bass for years with

Neil Young and is in the film.  Rick has also played with the likes of Joe Walsh, CSN&Y, Johnny

Rivers and many more.



Nigel Sinclair is an independent film and television producer who co-founded Intermedia Films in

1996. Queen Elizabeth appointed him a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in recognition

of his work in the film industry. One of his many credits includes the definitive documentary on Bob

Dylan, No Direction Home, directed by Martin Scorsese.   In 2002 Sinclair and East launched their

independent feature film and television production company, Spitfire Pictures, a company dedicated

to fostering the work of major artistic talents in both Britain and the United States. Sinclair produced,

with Jeff Rosen, Bob Dylan's Masked and Anonymous, directed by Larry Charles and starring Bob

Dylan, Jeff Bridges, Penelope Cruz, John Goodman, Jessica Lange, and Luke Wilson.  In addition,

Sinclair executive produced the worldwide smash hit Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, starring

Arnold Schwarzenneger, as well as the Academy Award winning Adaptation, starring Nicolas Cage



Dave Somerville- As the lead singer on The Diamonds' "Little Darlin'" one of the seminal

songs of rock and roll and classics such as "Why do Fools Fall in Love?", "Silhouettes", and "The

Stroll".  Dave was introduced to his first 45 record player by Buddy Holly.  This was only fitting

since Dave and The Diamonds' "Little Darlin'" was the first hit record on that new seven inch

 innovation, the 45 RPM record.  Bob Dylan said, "The songs I wrote at that age were just four

chords rhythm and blues songs.  Based on things that the Diamonds would sing."  Dave studied

acting with Leonard “Mr. Spock” Nimoy and has guest starred in many TV shows, including Star

Trek: The Original Series. His song, “The Ballad of the Unknown Stuntman”, inspired the creation

of the ABC television series “The Fall Guy” starring Lee Majors. With additional lyrics by the

producer, Glen Larson, it became the show’s theme.  He’s been honored in 4 musical Halls of




Norm Stephens played guitar for Lefty Frizzell and on some of his super hits, he also played

with Hank Thompson, and toured with the one and only Merle Haggard.  Norm will perform on the

Pioneer Troubadour Stage at the Festival, and discuss his part in the production of the web based

TV series Pioneer Troubadours, and talk about how the life of a musician has changed from the

days he toured with Lefty on the road with one of the kings of the road...Merle Haggard. 


Jack Tempchin--Jack wrote a number of big Eagles hits like ALREADY GONE and PEACE-

FULL EASY FEELING...Glenn Frey sang his SMUGGLERS BLUES twas on Miami Vice TV

Soundtrack.  has two songs on the new Long Road Out of Eden Album by the Eagles, on the

charts now.  And, add he wrote SLOW DANCING that Johnny Rivers had a huge hit with and

many others songs...stay tuned for more on this very creative writer and singer of songs...

Johnny Rivers joined Jack Tempchin and band last year...


Maggie Warwhick--owner of the Louisiana Hayride" The Hayride was where new things

happened, where people got started," said Warwick, who appeared on The Hayride when she was

15 years old. "Shreveport was on the cutting edge back then, Elvis had his start on The Hayride...

The Grand Ole Opry was too conservative...Elvis " Maggie was active as a songwriter in Nashville

in the 1960s and 70s and is the recipient of ten BMI awards for Top Ten hits.In all, Lewis has had

more than 100 songs cut by artists including Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty and Lynn

Anderson, and two of her songs are included on the 2005 Grammy-winning compilation of Nashville

soul, Night Train to Nashville.



Cass Warner has the honor of being a third-generation film maker. Her father, twice Oscar-

nominated writer/producer Milton Sperling worked on the Warner Bros. lot and her grandfather, 

Harry Warner, was the President and Founder of Warner Bros. studios. After studying acting with 

the acclaimed Milton Katselas, and learning screenwriting under the mentorship of her father and 

Howard Koch of "Casablanca" fame, her production company, Warner Sisters, was born.  Cass

carries on the original Warner Bros. motto--making films that "educate, entertain and enlighten."



George Wilkins was the "Composer in Residence " at Walt Disney Productions for over seven

years, making him responsible for writing, arranging and producing over 36 hours of music for film,

theatre and pavilion attractions at EPCOT, Disneyworld, Disneyland California, France, Tokyo

and China.   




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Bruce Ricker

Judy Hoyt

Allen Murray

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Kyle Eastwood

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Chuck Banner


Ramblin' Jack Elliott

Bernie Taupin

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Johnny Rivers

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Norm Stephens

Tony James

Cass Warner

Gary Conway


Louie Ortega

Kasey Musgrave

Larry Mahan

Joe Loverro

Randy Bernard

Casey Lane

Justin McBride

 Richard Bellis

George Wilkins

Wynn Varble

James Mathers


Del Breckenfeld

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John Andrew Parks

Susan Morgan Cooper

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Chris Felver

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