Live Concerts
Caravan

Bluegrass From The Heart 1994 Concert

Shelton WA High School Auditorium

Concert Flyer - Page1 - Page 2

Band Members
Jef Ramsey - mandolin, lead/harmony vocals
Barbara Collins - fiddle, vocals                     
Larry Gillam - bass, lead/harmony vocals     
Greg Linder - guitar, vocals                            
Ted Ellis - 7 string dobro, guitar (lefty)           
Gem City Flyers

8th Annual Peach Blossom Bluegrass Festival
Sunday Feb. 5th, 1984
Cobb Civic Center, Marrietta GA

Presented by WRFG-FM
Headliners - Doc and Merle Watson, Larry Sparks

Official Concert Poster
Newspaper Article - Featuring Local Band - Gem City Flyers

Band Members
Joe Parker
-
mandolin, lead/harmony vocals, front
Frank Kaylor
- guitar, lead/harmony vocals           
David Gibson
- bass, lead/harmony vocals             
Bob Chappell
- banjo                                              
Ted Ellis
- 7 string dobro - custom neck               

Video MP4's
   1 - High Lonesome Sound
 11 - Choo Choo Ch'Boogie
   1 - Warmup Backstage - short
   2 - One Way  12 - Swing 42    2 - Radio Boogie
   3 - Licorice Root  13 - Way Out West    3 - I'll Cry Instead
   4 - Thirsty in the Rain
 14 - Trail of Tears    4 - Just Ain't
   5 - Jambalaya
 15 - When I Was a Cowboy    5 - Poet With Wings
   6 - Story of Love
 16 - Bonaparte's Retreat    6 - Why Don't You Tell Me So
   7 - China Camp
 17 - Caravan and Sockeye-Finale    7 - I'll Stay Around
   8 - Last Night I Dreamed  
   8 - Raised By The Railroad Line
   9 - Band Introductions
    9 - Why You Been Gone So Long
 10 - Walk of Life
 10 - Medley - Mr. Spaceman, Sailor's Hornpipe, Inst.


Audio MP3's

Caravan
Recording Studio Demo Songs

Gem City Flyers
Recording Studio Demo Songs

Ted - Home Recordings
Choo Choo Ch'Boogie
by V. Horton, D. Darling, M. Gabler
Raised by the Railroad Line
by Chris LeDoux
Windy and Warm
by John Loudermilk

Licorice Root
By Jef Ramsey
- Medley -
You Won't Matter Anymore
Bye Bye Love

By The Everly Brothers

 Trail of Tears
by Peter Rowan
Hold Watcha Got
by Jimmy Martin


I'll Cry Instead
by The Beatles


Poet With Wings
by Doyle Lawson?


Radio Boogie
by Hot Rize


Take It Away
by ???
If anyone knows the author and/or other recordings, I'd appreciate it. Frank Kaylor brought it to the band. I really like this song.


That's My Gal
by Merle Travis
A sexist song by today's standards co-opting that era's common commercial messages