Rod Olstad's Fiddling Journey

The next event that Rod recorded was the Fort Assiniboine Hamlet Hoedown fiddle contest, the first of several contests in the NAFP, most of which he participated in. Contests represent another reason for Northern Alberta fiddlers to get together.
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Ernie Nelson talks about "a folk music that everybody really...

Ernie Nelson talks about "a folk music that everybody really enjoys."

Rod plays Frank Gay Reel at Fort Assiniboine.

Rod plays Frank Gay Reel at Fort Assiniboine.

Gilbert Anderson and the judges play St. Anne Reel at Fort A...

Gilbert Anderson and the judges play St. Anne Reel at Fort Assiniboine.