After all these years
I wouldn’t change a thing
Always one more road to travel
One more song sing
Larry Long & Fiddlin’ Pete Watercott have been playing music together for over 40 years. In the early 1970’s they traveled and played music extensively throughout the United States – hitchhiking, hopping freights, and in the mid seventies traveled in the Lone Prairie Schooner and the Red Caboose down the back roads of America.
Since those early days, they’ve both established their own separate remarkable musical careers. From singing with Kris Kristofferson at the Hollywood Bowl, Joan Baez at Pete Seeger’s 90th Birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden, on the California Zephr, to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington DC, and the Elko Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Nevada. Their journey is a true American journey!
Though Fiddlin’ Pete and Larry now live thousands of miles apart (Pete in Bishop, California and Larry in the Longfellow Neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota), they continue to get together to play music and celebrate with family and friends.
Larry Long & Fiddlin’ Pete Watercott played at the first ever Barn Dance back in 1977 and they are going to be performing at this years Barnyard Jamboree!
Full Schedule of Campbell Homestead Barnyard Jamboree on August 25th & 26th listed below.
FRIDAY, August 25th
5:30-6:15pm – Bad Timing
7:00-7:45pm – Motschke Family Band
8:30-9:15pm – No Parta Nuthin’
SATURDAY, August 26th
5:00-5:45 pm – Bad Timing
6:00-6:45 pm – Fiddlin Pete Watercott & Neil Galvin
7:00 – 7:45pm – Bobby Vandell & Melanie Rosales with Joe Savage, Melvin Veach III, Sid Gasner, Neil Gelvin
8:00-9:45pm – Larry Long with Tonia Hughes, Billy Steele, Larry Dalton, Daryl Boudreaux, Bobby Vandell, Melvin Veach III, Sid Gasner, Joe Savage, Fiddlin’ Pete, Neil Gelvin and Special Guest Charlie Broton