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1920

Irving Steinbloom (future country music mogul) born.

1950

Lars Olfen (future head of PBN TV network) is born. (Sweden)

1958

The Village Folk Ensemble are formed by Chuck Wiseman, George Menschell, Bill Wayburn, Fred Knox and Ramblin' Sandy Pitnick. (Greenwich Village, New York)

1959

Jamming with The Clapper Family, George Menschell suggests a neuftet with his own The Village Folk Ensemble - The Main Street Singers are born.

1965

The Folksmen perform 'Old Joe's Place' on TV's Hoot Nite.

1966

Mitch & Mickey perform 'A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow' on TV's 'Lee Aikman's Folk Hour'.

Lars Olfen, aged 16, meets country music mogul Irving Steinbloom outside a Folksmen concert, and is given a free ticket.

1971

The break-up of The Main Street Singers, as founder Chuck Wiseman moves to San Francisco and sets up 'Three Wiseman's Sex Emporium' with brothers Howard and Dell.

1974

Suicidal folkist Mitch Cohen releases his first solo album, 'A Cry For Help'.

1995

Folkist Fred Knox dies, and daughter Sissy Knox is asked by George Menschell to take her father's place in The Main Street Singers.

2003

Country music mogul Irving Steinbloom dies.


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