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THE WHITE HORSE SINGERS

featuring BOB DYLAN & "FAT SYBIL"?!?!


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GEOFFREY STOKES:
Bob Dylan, a woman known only as Fat Sybil, and I briefly, extremely briefly, formed a group called the White Horse Singers. We formed this group chiefly because I had my guitar with me and he didn't have his. We were truly terrible. We just played in Folk City's kitchen, totally one-shot.

Robbie Woliver, Hoot! A 25-Year History of the Greenwich Village Music Scene, St. Martin's Press, 1986, p. 61.


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