San Francisco Free Folk Festival
The Cafe Cabaret 2001 featured local favorites and up-and-coming new performers.
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Charlie Blacklock and Friends Bunkhouse Boys
Carol Denney Bill Foss and Martha Hawthorne
The Holdstocks Karen Imperial and Doug Jones
Debra Knox Beth Kotkins
Lost Prophets The Meandering Wastrels
Quake City Jug Band The Pleasantones
Gordon Rowland Claudia Russell
Matt Small and more . . . check back for details!


Carol Denney plays distinctive guitar, English concertina, and poker, simultaneously, but rubber stamps and magnets are her true métier. You’ll hear her mostly at picket lines and demonstrations serving up honest tunes and politics friendly as breakfast. Her notorious workshop, 'Paraleiptic Audio Analysis', is described as a seminar you may never remember no matter how hard you forget by those who have never seen it. Denney has three tapes: 'North County Jail', 'Failure to Disperse', and 'What If Love'. Her new CD will either be entitled 'Sock Monkeys at Midnight' or 'The Rich Will Never Be Poor'.

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Lost Prophets

Lost Prophets describe their sound as a fine eclectic blend of country flavored progressive folk with a dash of acoustic rock thrown in for extra spice. Their original songs combine humor, heartache, love and social consciousness with fine vocal harmonies and acoustic guitars.

Nathan and Rose Craver have a long history with the Folk Festival. Nathan volunteered and performed at the first Festival (in 1976!) and the pair first decided to make harmony together after a Harmony Workshop at the 1987 Festival. Lost Prophets performed at the 1989 Festival and Rose served as the Festival Coordinator in 1990. They are happy to be back for 2001!

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