Mac, Don, Red - Berryville 1968
4 comments on “Mac, Don, Red - Berryville 1968”
Tuesday, April 21, 2009 @2:32:08 PM
Frank, did you take this and similar photos? A picture similar to this one was used on the cover of a B.U. issue afterward, and I (a crew-cut college kid) was in it, looking at the band from the mob at the far end of the stage. Ah, nostalgia-- Red Henry PS-- I went back and took a look at what's left of the stage a few years ago-- pretty barren-- not much nostalgia.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009 @3:21:05 PM
Either Marty or I took this photo, but I'm not sure if it was used in BU. Several of our shots from that 1968 Labor Day weekend were used in the June 1969 issue in a photo essay called "What Is a Bluegrass Festival, Anyhow" that Marty & I wrote & illustrated.
The August 1969 issue had a cover from Berryville 1969, but this was not Carlton's Labor Day event as he had moved it to Camp Springs. The Berryville photos in that issue were shot by Ed Huffman.
Are you in our 1968 shot or in the Aug '69 cover?
Tuesday, May 5, 2009 @3:53:10 PM
Great photo, showing the fan's excitement. . . I bet Mac wiggled it extry hard that day . . . <g>
Sunday, January 30, 2011 @11:49:42 PM
Yeah man, I've seen Mac dance many a time.
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