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The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

Nov. 11, 1992

25 Years Ago

Fiddler Jamboree keeps the old traditions alive: If it hadn’t been for the modern-day audio equipment you would have thought you had gone back in time.
In this day of high-tech electrified computerized productions and rock n’ roll, Saturday night’s third annual Pontiac Fiddle Jamboree was a refreshing return to a simpler style of music.
Well over 200 people jammed into one of the more rustic rooms at Pine Lodge in Bristol where everything, including the benches along the walls and the wood stove in the back was reminiscent of the old community halls throughout Pontiac.

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