Now I remember! Geez, your memory is good. If I remember correctly (which I probably don't), the second Baltimore outdoor concert was held on the park lawn at Light & Pratt Sts. Harbor place had not yet been built. They were great because they were very intimate concerts. We sat so close at the Market St. concert that when Bob blew out a string, I though that it would hit me! I also saw Nick, Bob & John in concert at the Carter Baron amphitheater in Washington, D.C. the summer of '65. They were accompanied by an electric guitar player. The following summer, I saw them at the Shady Grove Music Fair near Silver Spring, MD.
Now, this will blow your mind. The second Baltimore concert, the Trio wore white trousers and red and white striped (what else?) shirts. They stayed at the Lord Baltimore Hotel. At the time, my Mom was the Executive Housekeeper at the LBH and one of the guys left their outfit behind. It wasn't Bob Shane's; it was too small so it had to have been George's or Bob Hayworth's. Well, it went to the LBH lost & found. No one ever called about it and after a period of time, the lost & found stuff would either be disposed of or given to a hotel employee. Knowing that I was a fan of the Trio, Mom gave it to me. I kept it for years, but in 1987 when we moved to Sykesville, MD, it went missing. I suspect that somehow it got mixed in with the stuff going to Goodwill. If I still had it, I certainly would pass it on to someone that collects and cherishes TKT memorabilia. Who knows, maybe someday there will be a museum of the Trio's stuff. Perhaps a "virtual TKT museum" on a website? Maybe I should not have mentioned it here, now I'm afraid I get a post or e-mail saying that George or Bob want their shirt and pants back!
So, that's my infamous Kingston Trio story. I hope that I didn't bore y'all