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Here Comes... The Generation Gap!

Who knew that Knoxville once had its own Partridge Family?

Why, the archivists at the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound, that's who. In their basement headquarters in the East Tennessee History Center building, Brad Reeves and Louisa Trott have gathered a wide-ranging assortment of Knoxville artifacts. Among them are video tapes of long-lost TV shows featuring local performers--such as The Generation Gap, a family of rockers who played their own instruments. Here they are, jamming on the Ladies' Day Show, with Margie Ison:

By the way, TAMIS is holding a fund-raiser on June 6, Cas Walker and Friends.

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