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Luke origin of word hootnanny (6) RE: origin of word hootnanny 13 Aug 97

Simply put, the term HOOTENANNY is synonymous with FOLK SONG SINGING -- which covers a wide range of music and lyrics. FOLK SONGS are often defined as "SONGS OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, and FOR THE PEOPLE!" Also, a social gathering or informal concert featuring folk singing and sometimes, dancing.

SOURCE: World's Favorite HOOTENANNY sing along songs - Ashley Publ. Inc. and the Dictionary.

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