Hotcha! 's energy brought the needles of the VU meter and the crowd to attention with Tony's rousing Jubilee.
On-the-job training was key during the evening to make sure that each song would receive proper treatment in the limited amount of recording time. Stuart Laughton locks in the accompaniment with guitarist Margaret Stowe just before breaking into Heartstrings, which was first recorded by Willie P.Bennett. Stuart`s shirt also made the outstanding fashion statement of the evening.
And there was a whole lotta guitar playing and some jovial hilarity from two of Canada's wittiest guitar heroes, Wendell Ferguson and the auteur of the evening, Tony Quarrington. The roots music concert of the year.