Buffalo Gals – Sept. 6, 1975

One of the first all girl bluegrass bands, it was a real treat to have them at the Freeze-Dried Coffee House. They consisted of Nancy Josephson (bass), Susie Monick (banjo), Carol Siegal (mandolin), Martha Trachtenberg (guitar), and Sue Raines (fiddle).

Buffalo Gals

Here are some items of interest:
Looking Back at the First All-Female Bluegrass Band
Pretty Good for a Girl: Women in Bluegrass

Uncle Pen Used to Be Bill Cheatham Pen I’m Gonna Love You Too Morning Light Swing Low, Sweet Chariot I’d Rather go Home and Watch a Movie Little Maggie Soldier’s Joy Sittin On Top of the World Monument Sally Goodin I’ll Fly Away Amy Red Haired Boy Bluegrass and the Boys Amazing Grass Drowsy Maggie-Blackberry Blossom Old Kentucky Home Beaumont Rag Reason to Believe Foggy Mt Locomotion Theme Time Georgia Piney Woods Can’t Hurry Love Daybroke in Syracuse Somebody Else’s Troubles Devils Dream Old Man at the Mill Hello City Limits Colored Aristocracy Love Come Home Washington Lee Swing Here Comes the Sun Orange Blossom Special Old Joe Clark

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