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April, 2021

Sunday
4
Facebook or YouTube
8:00 AM
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* That‘s Peggy Seeger at 5 pm Greenwich Time, which I think translates to 8 am PDT.

"I‘m so enjoying performing for you in my new series of Peggy at 5 on Sundays. Thank you for taking time out of your busy lockdown lives to join in. It feels like a conversation. If you‘ve missed any of them and want to catch up, they‘re all on my YouTube channel. If you subscribe to the channel, you should get a reminder when another one goes live."
- Peggy Seeger
Sunday
4
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A song circle celebrating the drink of your choice, from ale and sack or rum and gin, to coffee, tea, and cider on a cold day.

For the Zoom participant link, join the mailing list at the link below or email info(at)lynnoel.com on the day of the event.

MAILING LIST & TIP JAR
http://www.mermaidstavern.com
Sunday
4
New York via Zoom
11:00 AM
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South Street Seaport Museum’s monthly Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music continues – virtually. From our living rooms and kitchens, and even from the deck of Wavertree, join us for our round-robin of shared sea songs, featuring members of The New York Packet and friends. Listen in, lead or request a song, and belt out the choruses for your neighbors to hear. Hosted by singers from the New York Packet.

The event is FREE. Sign up using the link below to receive the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the event.
Sunday
4
From Cambridge UK on Facebook live stream
11:30 AM
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David Savage says: I invite a guest each Sunday who does a 20-3 minute set.

Email squeezer(at)ntlworld.com to join, or watch on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlackFenFolkClub/
Sunday
4
Live Streaming at https://givebutter.com/ChanteySing
12:00 PM
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The SF Maritime Association is proud to partner with the SF Maritime National Historical Park to bring you a virtual chantey sing series. General Public and Non-Singer Event Page with Live Streaming: https://givebutter.com/ChanteySing.
Sunday
4
Artichoke Music online via Zoom
1:00 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online class led by Tracy Kim, $160 for eight classes.

Tracy makes learning and UNDERSTANDING music theory fun and EASY! By using popular music songs and examples from many genres, students get a chance to learn new music, while learning all aspects of music theory. Also, they get to jam with others in this friendly and relaxed setting!

If you have been wondering: what key a song is in, how to transpose a song, how to use a capo, how to use the circle of fifths, the difference between 3/4 time and 6/8, what is a mode(Dorian, Mixolydian,etc.), what is I vi ii V, or what a borrowed chord or secondary dominant is.........look no further, you found the class that will explain all this and more!

Drop-ins allowed For $30 per session, please contact Tracy at the link below for more information.
Sunday
4
Online
7:00 PM
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Held every Sunday. For more info, go to: http://www.seafolklore.org/wp/about-sfs/seattle-song-circle/.
Sunday
4
Facebook live stream
8:00 PM
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Favorite Rudder musicians live stream from their homes into yours, almost nightly! See https://www.facebook.com/groups/1131976880487340/ for the schedule and links to the Home Brew Hour shows.
Schedule:
Apr 12 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 15 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 7-8 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 16 (Fri): JT Wise Duo @ 8-9 pm (every third Friday)
Apr 18 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
Apr 19 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 22 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 7-8 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 23 (Fri): Tom Nechville & Laurie Leavitt @ 8-9 pm (every fourth Friday)
Apr 25 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
Apr 26 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 29 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 2 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 3 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 5 (Wed): James Clem @ 7-8 pm (first Wednesday)
May 6 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 7 (Fri): Great Auntie Lo @ 8-9 pm (first Friday)
May 9 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 10 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 13 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 16 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 17 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 20 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 21 (Fri): JT Wise Duo @8-9 pm (third Friday)
May 23 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 24 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 27 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 23 (Fri): Tom Nechville & Laurie Leavitt @ 8-9 pm (fourth Friday)
May 30 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 31 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Monday
5
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Folk Espresso, early morning folk music to get your week started.

Hosted by:
1st Monday, Diane Hunt
2nd Monday, Jonathan Lay
3rd Monday, Ed Mellnik
4th Monday, Diane Hunt
5th Monday, Gordy Euler

Previous shows on the KBOO program page at https://kboo.fm/program/folk-espresso.
Monday
5
London
11:30 AM
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Herga at The Castle is a folk and acoustic music evening, with roots going back to 1963. We meet on Monday nights at The Castle – a Fuller’s public house atop old Harrow on the Hill with it’s panoramic views across London.

Nov 23 (Mon): Special guest night featuring Jeff Warner

The live club remains closed due to the Corona Virus epidemic for the forseeable future.

However, we are now running weekly singarounds using Zoom, and approximately once a month are featuring a booked guest.

To be added to the distribution list for log-in details each week send an e-mail to oldtimetim(*at*)gmail.com, or sign up using the form on our ‘contact’ page.
Monday
5
London UK via Zoom
12:00 PM
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Led by Joe Offer, new Zoom link posted every week, just before doors open:https://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=168014&messages=37
Monday
5
Artichoke Community Music online via Zoom
5:00 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online class led by Tracy Kim, $120 for six classes.

This is an online class via Zoom. Once you register, you will receive a link and password to join in, also materials for the class. Learn from the comfort of your own living room anywhere in the world!

This class is ideal for the student who wishes to learn/improve their Gypsy Jazz soloing(improvisation) in the style of Django Reinhardt.

All Instruments are welcome to join in. Taught by guitarist Tracy Kim.

Students will learn to improvise in the Gypsy Jazz style over popular songs that have been especially selected by Tracy just for the beginner/intermediate players.

Tracy will teach the students how to improvise and to understand the sounds of Django Reinhardt and the Gypsy Jazz Style! By learning licks, phrases, techniques, the theory, and etudes/solos
Monday
5
Artichoke Music online via Zoom
6:30 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online class led by Tracy Kim, $120 for six classes.

This class is for the student who wishes to get started playing Gypsy Jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt. All instruments are welcome. Students will learn the most important songs of the Gypsy Jazz repertoire. These songs have been especially selected by Tracy just for the beginner/intermediate players.

Tracy will send a link to access the workshop once you are registered.
Monday
5
Artichoke Community Music online via Zoom
8:00 PM
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Led by Dan Compton, $100 for six classes. For advanced beginners on up.

In this class we’ll learn some new and old tunes and delve into the nuances of bowing and ornamentation that make Irish fiddle what it is. We’ll look at ways of using the bow in polkas, jigs, reels and hornpipes – and how each tune type has its own pattern of accents that make us want to bow it a certain way. We’ll also explore all the ornaments used in Irish fiddle: left-hand ornaments like rolls and cuts, as well as ornaments executed with the bow. We’ll also look into how ornamentation affects bowing … or is it the other way around? Along the way we’ll also explore technical aspects of fiddle playing, especially bowing technique, intonation, and drawing on the fiddle’s resonance. Recordings and tune transcriptions provided.

Contact Dan at 503-233-9091 or danfran@glencottagemusic.com
Monday
5
Facebook live stream
8:00 PM
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Favorite Rudder musicians live stream from their homes into yours, almost nightly! See https://www.facebook.com/groups/1131976880487340/ for the schedule and links to the Home Brew Hour shows.
Schedule:
Apr 12 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 15 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 7-8 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 16 (Fri): JT Wise Duo @ 8-9 pm (every third Friday)
Apr 18 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
Apr 19 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 22 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 7-8 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 23 (Fri): Tom Nechville & Laurie Leavitt @ 8-9 pm (every fourth Friday)
Apr 25 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
Apr 26 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 29 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 2 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 3 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 5 (Wed): James Clem @ 7-8 pm (first Wednesday)
May 6 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 7 (Fri): Great Auntie Lo @ 8-9 pm (first Friday)
May 9 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 10 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 13 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 16 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 17 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 20 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 21 (Fri): JT Wise Duo @8-9 pm (third Friday)
May 23 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 24 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 27 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 23 (Fri): Tom Nechville & Laurie Leavitt @ 8-9 pm (fourth Friday)
May 30 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 31 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Tuesday
6
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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A spicy mix of folk and acoustic music, much of which is connected to the American south, including (but not limited to) acoustic blues, Texas folk, Cajun, string band & Texas swing.

Hosted by Diane Karl, past shows available on the KBOO program page at https://kboo.fm/program/early-morning-gumbo.
Tuesday
6
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Since we can‘t meet in person right now, Golden Link is hosting virtual sing arounds on zoom. It‘s not the same as seeing each other face-to-face, but we can still keep the music going!

MEETING TIME:
4:15 pm - Open to connect
4:30 pm - Sing-around begins
Tuesday
6
Artichoke Community Music online via Zoom
6:30 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online class led by Tracy Kim, $120 for six classes.

This is an online workshop via Zoom. Once you register, you will receive the zoom link and also the materials prior to the first session.

This special edition of Tracy Kim’s Easy Swing Workshop will focus on the music of Chet Baker. Chet Baker was very well known as a jazz trumpet legend and jazz vocalist. His timeless interpretations of such songs such as My Funny Valentine, Everything Happens To Me, Time after Time, Like Someone in Love, and so many more have become classics to the jazz enthusiast.

Drop-in rate is $35 per session. Please email Tracy at tracykimmusic@gmail.com/
Tuesday
6
Artichoke Music online via Zoom
8:00 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online workshop led by Tracy Kim, $120 for six sessions. Learn from the comfort of your own living room! You will receive a Zoom link and password to join in along with materials prior to first class.

This class is for the student who wishes to learn(or improve) Gypsy Jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt. Taught by Tracy Kim, who has been teaching and playing this style for over 20 years. All Instruments are welcome to join in.

Students will learn the most important songs of the Gypsy Jazz repertoire. These songs have been especially selected by Tracy just for the intermediate/advanced players.
Wednesday
7
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Traditional and Contemporary folk music.

Hosted by:
1st Wednesday, Jack Bohl
2nd Wednesday, Wayne and Will
3rd Wednesday, Alex & Erica
4th Wednesday, John Risley, Steven Morrison
5th Wednesday, Wayne Johnson

Previous shows available on the KBOO program page: https://kboo.fm/program/pastures-plenty.
Wednesday
7
Cambridge UK via Zoom
11:30 AM
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Hosted Wednesdays and Fridays by Jeremy Harmer, who is based in Cambridge UK, performers – on instruments ranging from guitar (of course!) fiddle, harp. accordion, whistle, bodhran, concertina, dulcimer, Northumbrian pipes, all sorts of percussion and lots more (and a real bird!) – sing and play their hearts out in a magical atmosphere of mutual appreciation and support.
Wednesday
7
Southampton UK via Zoom
12:00 PM
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The Focsle now meets virtually, via Zoom. Join us and our international music friends (including some professionals) each Wed.
Wednesday
7
via Zoom
4:00 PM
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Every Wednesday, John hosts a free, live “Taking Time” slow session on Zoom. The session starts at 4pm Pacific time/7pm Eastern/midnight GMT, and regularly draws attendees from around the world.

Players and listeners of all levels are very welcome to enjoy playing or hearing favorite tunes at a comfortable tempo, along with the all-important warmth of connection that shared music brings into our lives, even — or rather, especially — now.

This is also a great opportunity for learning new tunes, as everybody but the session leader (John) will be muted while they play. Unlike an in-person session you can noodle along to your heart’s content, and nobody will ever know unless you tell them.

John sends out the Zoom link and tune list to his newsletter subscribers every week, usually on Tuesday evening (Pacific time), so please make sure to sign up for his email newsletter so you can join in.
Wednesday
7
Westborough MA via Zoom
4:00 PM
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Irish song session.

Email maureenmcnally6(at)gmail.com for Zoom link.
Thursday
8
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Traditional American Music, folk and traditional musics from a variety of sources including early country recordings from the 20s and 30s.

Hosted by:
1st Thursday, Paul Roland
2nd Thurs, Gordy Euler
3rd Thurs: Paul Roland
4th Thurs: Jonathan Lay
5th Thurs: Steven Morrison.

Previous shows available on the KBOO program page at https://kboo.fm/program/rise-when-rooster-crows
Thursday
8
Facebook livestream
9:00 AM
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A bimonthly morning show called “Cafe con Leche” (Coffee with Milk) the second and fourth Thursday of every month at 11 AM CT starting this Thursday on our Facebook page. Join us for live performances, good times and coffee with the mamas.
Thursday
8
Belfast UK via Zoom
1:00 PM
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Weekly singaround. The zoom link is posted on the Sunflower Folk Club facebook page a day or two before (see link below).
Thursday
8
Somerville MA via Zoom
4:00 PM
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Since we can‘t sing at our beloved Armory, we‘re going to start doing online sings via Zoom.
Thursday
8
Artichoke Music online via Zoom
5:00 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online class led by Tracy Kim, $120 for six classes.

Tracy will send a link to access the workshop once you are registered. If you have questions, please contact Tracy via email: tracykimmusic(at)gmail.com

Yes, it is true, playing the ukulele will make you and other people smile! It might be the most joyful and easy instrument to play considering its size, cost, and portability!
Thursday
8
Artichoke Music online via Zoom
6:00 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online class led by Tracy Kim, $120 for six classes. Yes, it is true, playing the ukulele will make you and other people smile! It might be the most joyful and easy instrument to play considering its size, cost, and portability!

Assuming you now know the chords: C, F, Ami, G, then you are ready to let Tracy will teach you many more fun and classic songs! Also, students will learn new techniques: including fancier strum patterns and rhythms to spice things up(and impress your friends and family)! Tracy will be teaching basic finger picking patterns will also be introduced this term.

ONLINE WORKSHOP VIA ZOOM. Tracy will send a link to access the workshop once you are registered.
Friday
9
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
5:30 AM
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Featuring the best in traditional and contemporary folk and roots music, on Friday mornings. Features a variety of contemporary and traditional folk and roots music, with a focus on new releases and vintage favorites - every 2nd and 4th Friday.

Host: Dan Shramek

Prior shows available on the KBOO program page at https://kboo.fm/program/cascadia-coffeehouse
Friday
9
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Do you love the ukulele? Want to play and learn with the best? Then the Menucha Ukulele Band Camp is for you. You can‘t catch the virus through the computer, but you can catch the excitement and connection with others through the music shared online.

Using the technology available to us, we‘ll bring the magic of Menucha Ukulele Band Camp to you. Classes, open mic, jams, social events, virtual tours and some things we haven‘t even dreamed up yet!

For 10 years Ukulele Band Camp has brought joy, laughter and merry music-making to our 102 acres in the Columbia River Gorge. In 2021, we‘re going to bring all that to your house, and hopefully all over the world! Since we‘re not limited by space, bring lots of your ukulele-playing friends. Everyone gets a front-row seat for classes, you can noodle all the way through class (as long as you‘re on mute!) and no one can hear you! We‘ll record the classes so you can revisit them.

2021 Faculty: Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer, the Canote Brothers, Kevin Carroll, Aaron Keim, Nicole Keim, Matt Weiner, Nova Devonie

Artistic Directors: Nicole & Aaron Keim. Registration will begin in February!

https://menucha.org/programs/uke-band-camp
Friday
9
Cambridge UK via Zoom
11:30 AM
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Hosted Wednesdays and Fridays by Jeremy Harmer, who is based in Cambridge UK, performers – on instruments ranging from guitar (of course!) fiddle, harp. accordion, whistle, bodhran, concertina, dulcimer, Northumbrian pipes, all sorts of percussion and lots more (and a real bird!) – sing and play their hearts out in a magical atmosphere of mutual appreciation and support.
Friday
9
KBOO Radio - 90.7 FM
12:00 PM
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Folk, political, and women‘s music, both traditional and contemporary. A folk music collective, Don and Laurie love to feature live local and nationally known musicians! Music and conversations with an uplifting tilt. Live guests have included Peggy Seeger, Tracy Grammar, Linda Waterfall, Shanghaied on the Willamette, Geoff Muldaur, Utah Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, and Anne Feeney.

Hosted by Don Jacobson and/or Laurie Sonnenfeld.

Past shows are available on the program page at https://kboo.fm/program/movin.
Friday
9
Slaithwaite, Huddersfield HD7 UK via Zoom
12:00 PM
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Every week, hosted by Fiona Cooper, Zoom link is posted on the Facebook group.
Friday
9
via Zoom
4:00 PM
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Sponsored by the Berkeley Old Time Music Convention, it will be on Zoom every Friday from 4-5:00 pm Pacific Standard Time. Each week will have different amazing leaders. All tunes will be led by the leaders, so it won’t be a round robin like some jams you might be used to. The definition of “slow” will be left to the discretion of the leaders.

Here’s our initial lineup. Be prepared not to be bored! It will be free, but tips to the leaders are encouraged. Hope you’ll join us.

Mar 19 Paul Brown & Terri McMurray
Mar 26 - Karen Celia Heil, Allegra Yellin, & Jordan Ruyle
Apr 2 - Bruce & Audrey Molsky
Apr 9 - Nokosee Fields
Apr 16 - Squirrel Butter - (Charmaine Slavin and Charlie Beck)
Apr 23 - The Horsenecks - (Gabrielle Macrae and Barry Southern)
Apr 30 - Vivan Leva and Riley Calcagno

To Join: Get the zoom link by sending an email to slowjamfizz(at)stickerville.org.
Friday
9
online via Zoom
8:00 PM
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Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, the Chantey Sing will be a virtual chantey sing! We will send instructions to folks on our NW Seaport Music mailing list on how to connect to Zoom.
Sign up for the mailing list here.

We will open the Zoom meeting at 7:30 pm, and start singing at 8:00 pm.
Saturday
10
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Do you love the ukulele? Want to play and learn with the best? Then the Menucha Ukulele Band Camp is for you. You can‘t catch the virus through the computer, but you can catch the excitement and connection with others through the music shared online.

Using the technology available to us, we‘ll bring the magic of Menucha Ukulele Band Camp to you. Classes, open mic, jams, social events, virtual tours and some things we haven‘t even dreamed up yet!

For 10 years Ukulele Band Camp has brought joy, laughter and merry music-making to our 102 acres in the Columbia River Gorge. In 2021, we‘re going to bring all that to your house, and hopefully all over the world! Since we‘re not limited by space, bring lots of your ukulele-playing friends. Everyone gets a front-row seat for classes, you can noodle all the way through class (as long as you‘re on mute!) and no one can hear you! We‘ll record the classes so you can revisit them.

2021 Faculty: Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer, the Canote Brothers, Kevin Carroll, Aaron Keim, Nicole Keim, Matt Weiner, Nova Devonie

Artistic Directors: Nicole & Aaron Keim. Registration will begin in February!

https://menucha.org/programs/uke-band-camp
Sunday
11
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Do you love the ukulele? Want to play and learn with the best? Then the Menucha Ukulele Band Camp is for you. You can‘t catch the virus through the computer, but you can catch the excitement and connection with others through the music shared online.

Using the technology available to us, we‘ll bring the magic of Menucha Ukulele Band Camp to you. Classes, open mic, jams, social events, virtual tours and some things we haven‘t even dreamed up yet!

For 10 years Ukulele Band Camp has brought joy, laughter and merry music-making to our 102 acres in the Columbia River Gorge. In 2021, we‘re going to bring all that to your house, and hopefully all over the world! Since we‘re not limited by space, bring lots of your ukulele-playing friends. Everyone gets a front-row seat for classes, you can noodle all the way through class (as long as you‘re on mute!) and no one can hear you! We‘ll record the classes so you can revisit them.

2021 Faculty: Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer, the Canote Brothers, Kevin Carroll, Aaron Keim, Nicole Keim, Matt Weiner, Nova Devonie

Artistic Directors: Nicole & Aaron Keim. Registration will begin in February!

https://menucha.org/programs/uke-band-camp
Sunday
11
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A ballad is a song that tells a story. Bring us your ballads from renowned collections, local history, family tradition, or just ripping good yarns.

Apr 25 9Sun) - No Ballad Sing - attend the New England Folk Festival
May 9 (Sun): Host Philip Nimeskern
May 30 (Sun): Open Sing
Watch live on Facebook using the link below. For the Zoom participant link, join the mailing list or email info(at)lynnoel.com on the day of the event.

MAILING LIST & TIP JAR
http://www.mermaidstavern.com
Sunday
11
From Cambridge UK on Facebook live stream
11:30 AM
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David Savage says: I invite a guest each Sunday who does a 20-3 minute set.

Email squeezer(at)ntlworld.com to join, or watch on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlackFenFolkClub/
Sunday
11
Artichoke Music online via Zoom
1:00 PM
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Artichoke Community Music online class led by Tracy Kim, $160 for eight classes.

Tracy makes learning and UNDERSTANDING music theory fun and EASY! By using popular music songs and examples from many genres, students get a chance to learn new music, while learning all aspects of music theory. Also, they get to jam with others in this friendly and relaxed setting!

If you have been wondering: what key a song is in, how to transpose a song, how to use a capo, how to use the circle of fifths, the difference between 3/4 time and 6/8, what is a mode(Dorian, Mixolydian,etc.), what is I vi ii V, or what a borrowed chord or secondary dominant is.........look no further, you found the class that will explain all this and more!

Drop-ins allowed For $30 per session, please contact Tracy at the link below for more information.
Sunday
11
Facebook live stream
5:30 PM
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Hosted by The Horsenecks, live happy hour music from a different person or musical household every day to keep us connected and supported during the quarantine. The scheduled performer will play 40 minutes to an hour of live music for you starting at 5:30 PDT. See the schedule below, and use virtual tip jar. 100% of the tips go to the performer of the day. Get the quarantini fixings out and enjoy the music!

Schedule:
Apr 11(Sun): Chris Turpin followed by the Alaska Folk Festival at 7:00 pm featuring Katy Rexford & Rion Schmidt
Apr 12 (Mon): A.J. Srubas and Rina Rossi
Apr 13 (Tue): Papa Ernie Vega
Apr 14 (Wed): Piedmont Bluz
Apr 15 (Thu): Miriam Elhajli
Apr 17 (Sat): Albanie Falletta
Apr 18 (Sun): Yacouba Sissoko
Apr 19 (Mon): Jackson Lynch

Guest Hosts:
Week Starting April 5 - Nokosee Fields
Week starting April 13 - Hubby Jenkins
Week starting April 20 - Joseph Decosimo
Sunday
11
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Free monthly meeting with virtual open mic and featured performer most months. We are changing our meeting night to Sunday.

Apr 11 (Sun): Featured Performer: Christopher Woitach

At a few minutes past 6:30, Woitach will be presenting a brief workshop: Useful and Fun Approaches to Solo Improvisation on the Guitorchestra.

After the workshop, he will perform a solo set for us, and then the open mic will begin afterwards.
Sunday
11
Online
7:00 PM
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Held every Sunday. For more info, go to: http://www.seafolklore.org/wp/about-sfs/seattle-song-circle/.
Sunday
11
Facebook live stream
8:00 PM
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Favorite Rudder musicians live stream from their homes into yours, almost nightly! See https://www.facebook.com/groups/1131976880487340/ for the schedule and links to the Home Brew Hour shows.
Schedule:
Apr 12 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 15 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 7-8 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 16 (Fri): JT Wise Duo @ 8-9 pm (every third Friday)
Apr 18 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
Apr 19 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 22 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 7-8 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 23 (Fri): Tom Nechville & Laurie Leavitt @ 8-9 pm (every fourth Friday)
Apr 25 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
Apr 26 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
Apr 29 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 2 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 3 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 5 (Wed): James Clem @ 7-8 pm (first Wednesday)
May 6 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 7 (Fri): Great Auntie Lo @ 8-9 pm (first Friday)
May 9 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 10 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 13 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 16 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 17 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 20 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
May 21 (Fri): JT Wise Duo @8-9 pm (third Friday)
May 23 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 24 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
May 27 (Thu): Whiskey Deaf @ 8-9 pm (every Thursday)
Apr 23 (Fri): Tom Nechville & Laurie Leavitt @ 8-9 pm (fourth Friday)
May 30 (Sun): Dan and Fran @ 7-8 pm (every Sunday)
May 31 (Mon): Lloyd Jones @ 4-4:30 pm (every Monday)
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