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Published by: SEVEN MOUNTAINS BLUEGRASS ASSOCIATION, INC. Volume 7 March / April / May 2011
Published by:
SEVEN MOUNTAINS BLUEGRASS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Volume 7
March / April / May 2011
Issue 2
March 12th
Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper
2011 Issue 2 March 12th Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper April 9th Nothin’ Fancy May 14th Roadside
2011 Issue 2 March 12th Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper April 9th Nothin’ Fancy May 14th Roadside

April 9th Nothin’ Fancy

May 14th Roadside Cafe

April 9th Nothin’ Fancy May 14th Roadside Cafe Member Mission Statement The purpose of the SMBA
April 9th Nothin’ Fancy May 14th Roadside Cafe Member Mission Statement The purpose of the SMBA
April 9th Nothin’ Fancy May 14th Roadside Cafe Member Mission Statement The purpose of the SMBA
April 9th Nothin’ Fancy May 14th Roadside Cafe Member Mission Statement The purpose of the SMBA
Member Mission Statement The purpose of the SMBA is to preserve, promote, and enjoy bluegrass
Member
Mission Statement
The purpose of the SMBA is to preserve, promote, and enjoy bluegrass
music and to bring the music to an ever-increasing number of people.
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to preserve, promote, and enjoy bluegrass music and to bring the music to an ever-increasing number
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to preserve, promote, and enjoy bluegrass music and to bring the music to an ever-increasing number
to preserve, promote, and enjoy bluegrass music and to bring the music to an ever-increasing number
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ANNUAL MEMBERSHIPS - $12 per family

MONTHLY SHOWS GOODWILL FIRE HALL, YORK, PA

- 2nd Saturday of each month - October thru May (Unless otherwise listed)

- Discounted tickets for members

MONTHLY JAM SESSIONS MARYSVILLE-RYE SR. CTR, MARYSVILLE, PA

- 3rd Sunday of every month

- Microphones are provided

- Visitors & musicians of all skill levels are welcome

ANNUAL PICNIC - JULY 23, 2011

(4th Saturday every July)

ALLENBERRY, BOILING SPRINGS, PA

- Good food - Open Jams - On-Stage Jam Bands

- Raffle of acoustic instruments & door prizes

WEBSITE - www.sevenmountainsbluegrass.org

- Association & newsletter information

- Links to bluegrass info

PROMOTIONAL OUTLET for bands and promoters

BLUEGRASS LIBRARY - Instructional materials

EDUCATIONAL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS

QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page #

- Inside the SMBA

- President’s Message

- SMBA 2010-2011 Concert Series

- SMBA Concert Bands Profiles

- 2011 Officers /Board of Trustees

- Upcoming Events

- Bluegrass Radio

- Music Lesson & Instrument Repair

- Jams

- Membership Invitation

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2011 OFFICERS

Dick Beckley

President Vice President Treasurer/Membership Recording Secretary

(717) 938-4975

Mike Lebo

(717) 215-3088

Jean Snyder

(717) 957-4609

Bill Coleman

(717) 308-0752

2011

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

 

Bill Aldinger

(717) 728-9039

Glen Miller

(410) 357-8388

Jon Raemore

(717) 599-5944

Bob Bishard

(717) 957-4349

Walt Crider

(717) 292-6175

2011

CHAIRPERSONS

 

Bill Aldinger

Picnic Committee Hornpipe Editor Scholarship Committee Web Master Librarian Music Committee PR / Media

(717) 728-9039

Mike Foster

(717) 649-0107

Mike Lebo

(717) 215-3088

Mike Lebo

(717) 215-3088

Bob Bishard

(717) 957-4349

Jon Raemore

(717) 599-5944

Sue McKinsey

(717) 244-4428

(717) 599 - 5944 Sue McKinsey (717) 244 - 4428 198 Leonard Street Marysville, PA 17053
(717) 599 - 5944 Sue McKinsey (717) 244 - 4428 198 Leonard Street Marysville, PA 17053
198 Leonard Street Marysville, PA 17053
198
Leonard Street
Marysville, PA 17053

Seven Mountains Scholarships

Interested in attending a summer music camp, private lessons or have another idea for bluegrass learning? SMBA may be able to help. Each year our Association awards scholarships to help fund bluegrass learning opportunities for our members, both adults and children. In the past we have funded attendees for

jam camps, various instrument camps, lessons and other learning

opportunities.

ship committee chair at michaellebo@comcast.net. Include name, address and other contact information, as well as the learning opportunity in which you plan to participate. Please provide any other information the committee would find helpful

such as your years of experience and how and why you got inter-

ested in bluegrass.

but for consideration for this summer’s activities, please submit by April 30, 2011. We look forward to helping advance blue- grass learning in our area.

If you are interested, please e-mail our scholar-

Applications will be considered at any time,

Seven Mountains Bluegrass Association “Hornpipe” is published by the Seven Mountains Bluegrass Association Inc., which is a non-profit organization. The SMBA mails this quarterly newslet- ter to the SMBA membership, music associations, other non-profit organizations, promoters, radio and print media at no charge. All correspondence can be mailed to:

SMBA, c/o Mike Foster, 574 Myrtle Ct., Hbg, PA 17112.

www.sevenmountainsbluegrass.org

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THE PRESIDENTS

MESSAGE

T HE P RESIDENT ’ S M ESSAGE D ICK B ECKLEY

DICK BECKLEY

We are approaching the end of another great concert season. Each year we seem to top the previous year by getting even better bands to perform for us. Either that , or the bands, overall are getting better. In my opinion, bluegrass is growing in popu- larity , largely because other forms of music seem to be losing touch with reality, morality , and just plain good judgment. One only had to watch for a short amount of time, the Grammy awards on Feb 13th, to come to this realization. Theatrics, lack of real vocal and musical talent, and just plain bad taste, seem to be the norm in today’s entertainment on TV and mainstream radio. The real talent was banished from appear- ing on TV and their awards were awarded prior to the prime time TV via webcast. As country music continues to lean more and more toward pop and other forms of music, blue- grass seems to be gathering more and more fans who are just tired of listening to the same sound on top 40 stations. The artists and songs all seem to sound alike. Does this sound famil- iar? That was what a lot of people used to say about bluegrass. Some still do, but they have not listened to our music lately, or they would change their mind. We still have the traditional sounds of Monroe, Stanley Brothers, Flatt and Scruggs and the rest of the bands who started this wonderful music which is dear to our hearts. This is, as it should be, and these roots should never be abandoned and should be built on, to further the horizons of the music we love. The music comprised mostly of Momma, trains, cheating wives, getting drunk , and jail has moved on to the more thoughtful and well worded music that we enjoy

at concerts today. Our music still tells a story, but is more varied and polished. There are scores of top flight bluegrass bands out there today and there are many of them who have a distinctive sound that sets them apart from anyone else. Not so with to- day’s country music. We have a chance to spread the word to all who will listen and even some who have refused in the past to listen, that bluegrass is and will continue to be a driving force in music in the future and will continue to grow and expand it’s bounda- ries to attract a larger audience. In addition to the large number of outstand- ing new vocal and instrumental talent on to- day’s bluegrass scene, we have a growing number of first rate song writers turning out wonderful compositions , both in music and words, so that there is never a shortage of material for the various artists, and we always have a fresh new group of songs to listen to in addition to the usual, old standards. Some of these have even gone on to become standards of their own. Each and every one of you who are reading this message have in your power, the ability to spread the word and educate the rest of our population about where our beloved mu- sic came from and how it is growing and spreading it’s boundaries. We offer much more than our stereotype as an old time mu- sic and many who have this image of our mu- sic would , I think, become a fan if they were just exposed to our varied sounds of today. I’m heartened by the number of young peo- ple who are playing our music today and the talents that they present. Please consider bringing a youngster to a concert or festival this year . Please also consider inviting your friends or neighbors outside our bluegrass circle. to a concert soon. It will help spread the word that we are not strictly an old time music, and will also help build our attendance at our concerts so that we can continue to grow.

With the exception of the October 16 concert with Monroe Crossing, SMBA concerts are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month.

Location: Goodwill Fire Company 2318 South Queen St., York, PA

Music starts @ 7:00 PM

@ 5:30 PM

December 11

Doors open

Ticket available at the door only - No reserved seating $13 SMBA members - $16 non-members - (Ages 12 & under free admission)

SPECIAL NOTICE:

October 16

Smoke Free - No Alcohol Bands subject to change No reserved seating

No pets please

FMI Contact: (717) 395-7128 (717) 350-4791 David Parmley & Continental Divide January 8
FMI Contact:
(717) 395-7128
(717) 350-4791
David
Parmley
& Continental
Divide
January 8
Jerry Butler & The Blu-J's
Jerry Butler
& The Blu-J's
Audie Blaylock November 13
Audie Blaylock
November 13

Monroe Crossing

(This is the 3rd Saturday)

Roadside Café May 14
Roadside Café
May 14
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Nothin’ Fancy April 9
Nothin’ Fancy
April 9
Michael Balsam Range Cleveland February 12 & Flame Keeper March 12
Michael
Balsam Range
Cleveland
February 12
& Flame Keeper
March 12

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B AN DS - W R ITTEN B Y : D ICK B ECKLEY Michael Cleveland

Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper,

In Concert March 12

Our March Band is the most award winning band in bluegrass the last two years. Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper brings the hard driving fiddle of multi-award winning fiddle player Mike Cleveland and his fine band to play for us. Jesse Brock was last year’s man- dolin player of the year and in the running again this year. Marshall Wilborn is two time bass player of the year. Local guy, Tom Ad- ams is on Guitar and lead vocals. Banjo leg- end and Nashville session player, Charlie Cushman, has recently joined Flamekeeper on banjo. Those who were at the Jerry Butler concert here in December were treated to his great renditions on the banjo. They have had several songs , and a CD as songs and al- bums of the year and have numerous other IBMA awards totaling 8 in the last two years. If you love hard driving traditional bluegrass, you can’t afford to miss this show. Traditional bluegrass, the way it’s meant to be played

Traditional bluegrass, the way it’s meant to be played Nothin’ Fancy In Concert April 9 Joining

Nothin’ Fancy

In Concert April 9

Joining us for April will be Nothin’ Fancy from the Buena Vista, VA. They have played for us several times in the past and we always have a packed house when they perform here. Mike Andes is the lead vocalist and does a superb job on mandolin. Gary Ferris on Guitar and vocals lends his stylistic voice to some of the classic country songs done bluegrass style. Chris Sexton , a graduate of Shenando- ah Conservatory of Music is a classical violin- ist and transforms this expertise into a great bluegrass fiddle. Tony Shorter is on bass and offers up some fine vocals , also. Rounding out this fine group is Mitchell Davis on banjo. This group, in addition to their considerable musical talents, are also very entertaining. They will make you laugh, from start to finish. Come on out and welcome them back to Goodwill . You will not be disappointed

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SM BA C ONCERT B AN D P ROFILES Roadside Café In Concert May 14 Our

Roadside Café

In Concert May 14

Our May show will feature Roadside Café who played here several years ago. Lead by Ken Windbeck, on ban- jo , they hail from the metropolitan Maryland area. They offer a blend of traditional, contemporary, and origi- nal material in their show. The rest of the band is Brian Brewer on Guitar and lead vocals; David Robertson on Mandolin and vocals ; and Mike Maltby on bass. The Roadside Café serves up an entertaining performance of bluegrass so come on out in May and welcome them back to Goodwill for a night of bluegrass.

and welcome them back to Goodwill for a night of bluegrass. Hank Janney, 107.7 WGTY -

Hank Janney, 107.7 WGTY-FM, and Tim Michaels at 1280 AM WHRV, will be interview- ing the bands scheduled for the 2010-2011 concert season.

Complimentary tickets will be given away to each show at the Goodwill Fire Hall.

Listen to the show, call in and you might win.

Arrow Horse—Jam Update Notice

The Friday night jam in Gettysburg formerly at the Arrow Horse Music Store has relocated to the YWCA of Gettysburg. The YWCA is located at 909 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325. Phone 717-334-9171.

the YWCA of Gettysburg. The YWCA is located at 909 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325. Phone

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A favorite winter bluegrass activity. 5. Eight stringed instrument.

7.

Del, Ronnie, Robbie. 11. Jesse's kind of picking. 12. doghouse

instrument. 14. A favorite Cleveland fiddler. 15. One third of blue-

grass music. 16. Tool for pickin'. 17. Magazine to have. 18. Dobro's center. 20. Fiddles and basses don't have them. 21. Guitar design.

22. Yodel number. 23. The devil's box. 26. Bill's middle name. 30.

Band job. 32. Home of Martin guitars. 35. Makes instruments. 37. One of Earl's instrumentals. 38. Bluegrass State. 39. The voice with a heart. 40. bluegrass #1 organization. 42. Bill's road to. 44. Learn- ing tool. 46. Every recording artists' concern. 47. Fiddle tune or dance. 48. Black Diamond product. 50. Of constant sorrow. 52. Balsam. 53. Music method.

Down

1. Impromptu music gathering. 2. Device to change pitch. 3. Favor-

ite song subject. 4. A great northern Maryland festival. 6. Two hun- dred were made. 100 accounted for. 8. Home for the weekend. 9. Hot Rize's alter ego. 10. Don't give your heart to a. 13. Little banjo player. 19. Home on the hill. 20. Weekend summer fun. 21. A fa- vorite bird song subject. 22. Fingers. 24. Early Country Gents banjo player. 25. Flat picking pioneer. 27. Earl's partner. 28. Nashville

songwriter. 29. Original country musicians. 31. Terry (2), Jamie, Danny, Kristin and Jeremy. 33. Our favorite Audie. 34. Bill's favor- ite festival. 36. A favorite travel song subject. 39. Turn your strings with. 41. Retired Osborne. 43. Bill's home ridge. 45. Bill's home.

47. Festival promoter. 49. Old fiddler's convention. 51. Your instru-

ment is your.

Bill Aldinger blugrslvr7@verizon.net (717) 728 - 9039 (717) 308 - 0752 (717) 957 - 4349

Bill Aldinger

(717) 728-9039 (717) 308-0752 (717) 957-4349 (717) 938-4975 (410) 357-8388 (717) 957-4609 (717) 599-5944 (717) 215-3088 (717) 649-0107 (717) 244-4428 (717) 292-6175

Bill Coleman

Bob Bishard

Dick Beckley

Glen Miller

Jean Snyder

Jon Raemore

Mike Lebo

Mike Foster

Sue McKinsey

Walt Crider

A complete listing is located on page 2 of this newsletter.

Officer Position Elections - Nominations for 2012 Election Year

The Nominations Committee is seeking nominations for the Officer positions for the 2012 Election Year. Positions to be nominated are President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Please submit nominations by May 15,2011 to H. Glen Miller, Nominations Committee Chair, SMBA, 725 Wiseburg Road, White Hall MD 21161. Nominees must agree to having their name submitted.

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118 Walnut St., Waynesboro, PA 17268 FMI: 717 - 762 - 4711 or www.beck -

118 Walnut St., Waynesboro, PA 17268

FMI: 717-762-4711 or www.beck-benedicthardware.com

Dick & Della Boschert

ALSO A JAM EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT AT 7:00 PM

Shows start @ 7:00 PM * Unless otherwise noted

Concerts $13—Jams $4 (Children under 12 free)

Dick & Della Boschert
Dick & Della Boschert
$4 (Children under 12 free) Dick & Della Boschert As one of the longest running concert

As one of the longest running concert series in central Pennsyl- vania, Beck and Benedict hosts some of the most talented musi- cians in bluegrass music today.

In addition to the concert series, Dick and Della also sponsor an open mic jam held every Friday evening at 7:00 PM.

March 19, 2011 Aspen Run / Skystone

April 23, 2011 Stoney Creek / Salem Bottom Boys

May 21, 2011 Carroll County Ramblers / Iron Ridge

June 18, 2011 Bluegrass Brothers

July 16, 2011 Cody Norris & The Watauga Mountain Boys

August 13, 2011 Paul Adkins Bluegrass Band

September 17, 2011 The Beachley & Scott Bluegrass

October 15, 2011 Remington Ride Bluegrass Band / Scott Brannon Bluegrass Band

November 19, 2011 Sunny Side Bluegrass Band / Jay Armsworthy & Eastern Tradition

Directions: Main Street in Waynesboro and turn onto Walnut Street. Go 2 blocks, Music Theatre is on the right.

Walnut Street. Go 2 blocks, Music Theatre is on the right. $15 At the door Doors
Walnut Street. Go 2 blocks, Music Theatre is on the right. $15 At the door Doors

$15 At the door

Doors open @ 6:00 PM Shows start @ 7:00 PM

Shows at Luckett’s Elementary School Mar. 5 - The Stevens Family / Sweet Potato Pie
Shows at Luckett’s Elementary School
Mar. 5 - The Stevens Family / Sweet Potato Pie
Mar. 12 - Larry Sparks and The Lonesome Ramblers
Mar. 19 - Kathy Kallick
Mar. 26 - Hazel Dickens and her Band (with Dudley Connell and other all stars)
Apr. 2 - The Hillbilly Gypsies / The Virginia Ramblers
Apr. 9 - Scott Brannon / Tony Holt and The Wildwood Valley Boys
Apr. 16 - Remington Ryde / Bluestone
Apr. 23 - Fitzmaurice Band / Joe Mullins
and the Radio Ramblers
Apr. 30 - Rockledge / Jay Armsworthy and
Eastern Tradition
For a complete listing contact Luckett’s
www.luckettsbluegrass.com
or
(703) 771-5281
42361 Lucketts Rd., Leesburg,
VA 20176
Concerts are held October through April

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U PCOM ING E VENTS 40 Shepherd Rd., Newville, PA Exit 37, RT I - 81.

40 Shepherd Rd., Newville, PA Exit 37, RT I-81.

FMI: Gary & Mary

717-776-7447

Dinner Specials

4:30 PM

Shows start at

6:30 PM

Show tickets - $5.00

Held the second and fourth Saturday of every month.

March 12

May 28

Down Home

Ernie Bradley &

Gospel Singers

Grassy Ridge

March 26

Midnight Pickers South Central PA Callers Association Square Dancers

April 9

Hanover Express

April 23

C.B. Pickers

May 14

Guilford Station and Blue Ridge Thunder Cloggers

June 11

Keepin’ It Simple

June 25

Reminisce

July 9

Cornerstone Quartet

July 23

All for Hym

August 13

Keystoners

Concerts at Ye Olde’ Country Auction are a great source entertainment for the whole family and at an affordable price. The concerts are now held twice every month and continue to draw folks from all over the central Pennsyl- vania area.

to draw folks from all over the central Pennsyl- vania area. Jam Sessions Second Sunday of

Jam Sessions

Second Sunday of every month. Fort Hunter Barn

1:00 PM—4:00 PM

We welcome musicians and vocalists of all skill levels, genres’ and ages.

Contact Info for SFMS

Dale Laninga, President,

232-7817

Ralph Dahle, Jam Session &

657-8709

Coffee House Henry Koretzky, Events,

763-5744

WWW.SFMSFOLK.ORG

EVERY SECOND SUNDAY
EVERY SECOND SUNDAY

EVERY SECOND SUNDAY

For Sale

For Sale

 

Peavey Mixer - Model X500 (5 channel - 1/4" Inputs)

Kustom Mixer Model #KPM4100 - 100 watt - 4 channel

2

Yamaha 15" Speakers (cabs)

8

Inputs

(4 1/4" & 4 XLR) - (Use all 8 simultaneously)

2

Speaker stands (tripod)

 

3

3

Boss Micro Monitors

Microphone stands

FMI: (717) 764-6678 Genny (717) 292-2521 Betty Formerly: Glory Land Singers

Kustom Mixer Model #KPM7250P - 250 watt

7

1/4" & XLR - 2 Electric Instrument Line-In (Warranty good through August 2011)

5

channel w/ separate monitor control

2

Kustom - 12" Speakers (cabs)

Asking $150 For everything FMI: Ken (717) 792-0302 Home - (717) 858-0143 Cell

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March March 18-20 Clarion Bluegrass Festival, Clarion, PA Info 814-226-8760 April April 14-16 Arcadia Volunteer Fire Co. Upperco, MD Info 410-887-1576 May May 12-15 Granite Hill Campground, Gettysburg PA Info 717-642-8749

Walt Crider and the Old Time Way

March 26th - 7:00 P.M. Airville Fire Company (see add this page)

April 2nd - 7:00 P.M. Zion United Methodist Church of Shipley 2714 Old Washington Rd., Westminster, MD

410-795-3585

April 30th - Call for start time Scholl Family Restaurant 83 Pleasant Valley Rd., Pine Grove PA

570-345-8715

Kody Norris & The Watauga Boys in Concert March 19th Susquehanna Senior Center—Wrightsville PA

The Susquehanna Senior Center is presenting a Bluegrass con- cert as a fundraiser for the Center. It will be Saturday, March 19, 2011 at the Center, 2427 Craley Road, Wrightsville, PA 17368 in the lower level. The doors will open at 5:30 pm and food will be available for purchase in the social hall. The Martinsville Jam Band will open the show at 6:30 pm. The featured band will be Kody Norris & The Watauga Mountain Boys playing at 7:00 & 8:30 pm. All shows will be in the gym. Seating will be provided but you may bring your lawn chairs. Ticket prices are $10.00 in advance and $12.00 at the door. There will be door prizes offered using your ticket stubs. You can purchase tickets for several different raffle items that will be given away that night also. For more information contact Trena @the Senior Center, 717- 244-0340, or www.susquehannaseniorcenter.org, or susque- hannseniorcenter@yahoo.com All proceeds benefit the Susquehanna Senior Center.

Matamoras Church Bluegrass Jam April 3rd 3267 Peter’s Mountain Road Halifax, PA 17032 Scheduled from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.

For current events, including the Jam Sessions, please visit the church website at http://www.matamoraschurch.org

current events, including the Jam Sessions, please visit the church website at http://www.matamoraschurch.org Page 10
current events, including the Jam Sessions, please visit the church website at http://www.matamoraschurch.org Page 10

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Larry Royce, Sanctuary Show Every Friday from 8 - 10 PM

Larry Royce, Sanctuary Show Every Friday from 8-10 PM

Enjoy bluegrass 24 hours a day XM —Channel 14 Sirius —Channel 65

Enjoy bluegrass 24 hours a day

XM—Channel 14 Sirius—Channel 65

(Gettysburg, PA) Gospel Bluegrass Show - Hank Janney Sunday Morning 6:00 - 8:00 AM The

(Gettysburg, PA)

Gospel Bluegrass Show - Hank Janney Sunday Morning 6:00 - 8:00 AM

The Bluegrass Show Sunday Evening 8:00 - Midnight

(Dickinson College - Carlisle, PA) Davis Tracy Monday 8:00 - Monday 9:00 - 10:00 AM

(Dickinson College - Carlisle, PA)

Davis Tracy Monday 8:00 -

Monday 9:00 - 10:00 AM

9:00 AM

Friday

8:00 - 10:00 AM

Friday

4:00 -

6:00 PM

(Delaware Township, NJ) Bluegrass Horizon - Rich Evans Monday - Noon - 3:00 PM Bluegrass

(Delaware Township, NJ)

Bluegrass Horizon - Rich Evans Monday - Noon - 3:00 PM

Bluegrass Breakfast - Susan Rose Wednesday - 6:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Sunrise Surprise - Russ Hunsberger Satruday - 6:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Bluegrass Junction - Dick Saylor Saturday - 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

www.wdvrfm.org

(Brevard, NC) Every Sunday 3 - 5 PM FMI: www.wsqlradio.com

(Brevard, NC)

Every Sunday 3-5 PM FMI: www.wsqlradio.com

(Washington, DC) Bluegrass Breakdown Tues. 12 AM, Wed. 5 AM , Thurs. 6 PM, Sun.

(Washington, DC)

Bluegrass Breakdown

Tues. 12 AM, Wed. 5 AM,Thurs. 6 PM, Sun. 2 AM

Bluegrass Overnight

Sunday 3 A.M, Thurs. Midnight

Bluegrass Review

Mon. 8 PM,,Tues. 2 AM, Wed. 4 AM, Sun. 11 PM

Bluegrass Signal

Sun. 10 PM, Mon. 7 PM,,Tues. 1 AM, Wed. 6 AM, Thurs. 8 PM

The Katy Daley Show

Mon. - Fri. 7:00 AM

11 PM Bluegrass Signal Sun. 10 PM, Mon. 7 PM,,Tues. 1 AM, Wed. 6 AM, Thurs.
(Selinsgrove, PA) WQSU 88.9 FM (Selinsgrove, PA) Bluegrass Classic Show Saturday 3—6 PM w/Derrick The
(Selinsgrove, PA)
WQSU 88.9
FM
(Selinsgrove, PA)
Bluegrass Classic Show Saturday 3—6 PM
w/Derrick The Dude

Bluegrass Rules

Saturday 9Midnight

w/Tracy Waite

Great website. Check it out ! We’re Reality Radio !

Great website. Check it out !

Great website. Check it out ! We’re Reality Radio !

We’re Reality Radio !

Tim Michaels 717 - 637 - 3831 timmichaels@msn.com Opry Show Tim Michaels Saturday 8:00 -

Tim Michaels 717-637-3831 timmichaels@msn.com

Opry Show Tim Michaels

Saturday 8:00 - 10:00 AM

Knee Deep In Bluegrass Cindy Baucom Knee Deep In Bluegrass

Saturday 10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon

Cindy Baucom Into The Blue

Sunday

5:00 - 7:00 PM

Terry Herd

Sunday

7:00 - 8:00 PM

M US IC L ESSONS & I NSTRUMENT R EPAIR   Tom Adams 717 259

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INSTRUMENT REPAIR

 
 
 

Tom Adams

717 259 6502

 

Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Bass www.adamscountybanjo.com/lessons.html

Nev Jackson

717-867-4175

 

Banjo, Guitar, Fiddle, Bass, Mandolin, & Dobro

Nelson Steffy Mandolin, & Fiddle

717-241-6305

 

Warren Newman

717-730-7255

Guitar, Mandolin, & Fiddle

 

Trevor Wire

717-395-7059

 

Banjo

trevmanflies@aol.com

Alex Dietrich

Contact info pending

Banjo

Patsy Kline

717-964-3797

 

Mandolin & Beginning Guitar

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2400 Oakland Road Dover, PA 17315 (717) 767-9400

   

Authorized:

Blueridge Dealer

Judy & Robert Winters Music lessons / Instrument repairs / Setups / Sales

Winters Music lessons / Instrument repairs / Setups / Sales   Phone: (717) 627 - 1010
Winters Music lessons / Instrument repairs / Setups / Sales   Phone: (717) 627 - 1010
 

Phone: (717) 627-1010 Email: rob@stringdoc.com Web: www.stringdoc.com

Located in Lititz, PA, over 40 years of full-time experience in stringed instrument repair, all repairs done by appointment only, and is factory-authorized by most major brands.

Authorized Deering banjo dealer. Please check out our website at for the full information.

Please check out our website at for the full information. Bluette Bros. 122 Hill St York,
Please check out our website at for the full information. Bluette Bros. 122 Hill St York,

Bluette Bros. 122 Hill St York, PA 17403 (717) 854-9064

Campbell’s Music 2361 S. Queen St York, PA 17405 (717) 741-2634

Country String Shop 54 W. Main St Campbelltown, PA 17010 (717) 838-8732

Norm Deaver 203 W. Watson Ave. Langhorne, PA 19047 (215) 757-0471 normemail@aol.com

Jeff Hostetter 109 N. 2nd St New Freedom, PA 17349 (717) 235-7465

J W Music 127 N. Hanover St Carlisle, PA 17013 (717) 258-6765

Fiddle’s & Bows Ken Crone 3340 Colonial Rd. Dover, PA 17315 (717) 292-3058

Mike’s Music Shop 3966 Jonestown Rd Harrisburg, PA 17109 (717) 540-5188

David W. Musselwhite RD 3, Box 7593 Jonestown, PA 17038 (717) 865-6236

David R. Strait Master Luthier (717) 258-6036 Phone (717) 258-4098 Fax

Chimneys Violin Shop 614 Lerew Rd. Boiling Springs, PA 17007 (717) 258-3203

RLH Guitars 30 North Main St Red Lion, PA 17356 (717) 244-9981

Ken Runkle West York, PA

(717) 792-0302

Keener Violins Sales & Repairs 19 Maple Stree Jacobus, PA 17407 (717) 428-1151

Keener.violin2@verizon.net

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1:00 to 3:30 PM—Every Monday

7:30 PM— Every Wednesday

7:00 PM—Every Friday

Claremont Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr

Doylestown Jam

Beck & Benedict Hardware Jam

1000

Claremont Road, Carlisle, PA

German Hungarian Sportsman's Club

Walnut & 3rd Sts., Waynesboro, PA

$1 donation goes to residents activities.

1622

Hilltown Pike—Hilltown, PA

FMI:Dick/Della Boschert 717-762-4711

FMI:

Dick Gow

717-649-1436

Outside in nice weather, inside otherwise.

See “Upcoming Bluegrass Events” section of

Mary Wohler

717-245-2529

All playing levels welcome.

this newsletter for bluegrass shows held at

 

FMI: Ben

215-249-9354

the Beck & Benedict Hardware Theatre,

7:00 to 10:00 PM—Every Monday

 

featuring two great bands each month.

Dutch Country Restaurant 2nd Floor—946 Baltimore St., Hanover, PA $3.00 per person / Open mic format

FMI: 717-632-1616 TUES DAY
FMI:
717-632-1616
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6:45 to 9:45 PM— Every Tuesday The Church of The Open Door The Church of the Open Door—Just off Rt 74 on Loucks Rd., North of the West Manchester Mall. This Gospel Music, performers of all levels, including those with electric instruments. A microphone is provided for vocalists. Visitors are always welcome. FMI: Ken Runkle 717-792-0302

7:00 to Midnight - 3rd Tuesday The Whole Cannoli

115 Saint Johns Church Rd., Camp Hill, PA (Between Carlisle Pike and Trindle Rd)

7:00 to 10:00 PM— Every Tuesday (TNBJ) Pine Hall Lutheran Church

1760

West College Ave., State College

FMI:

Alan (Scott) Krug

814-883-0287

E-mail: askrug@comcast.net Professional sound system provided. Alan publishes an e-mail newsletter of bluegrass happenings in northern PA. For your copy, write to Alan at askrug@aol.com

6:00 to 9:00 PM— Every Tuesday RLH Guitars 30 North Main St., Red Lion, PA FMI: Randy Hake 717-244-9981 E-mail: appleseed008@aol.com A sound system provided. RLH is also host- ing bluegrass shows. For more information and scheduling, contact Randy.

8:00 to 11 PM—1st & 3rd Tuesdays

Washington House BG Jam Main Street, Sellersville, PA (Bucks County) This is a high level jam.

FMI: Jim Simpson

ps3@verizon.net) for details. Or see http:// www.washingtonhouse.net/

215-659-8623

7:00—10:00 PM—Every Wednesday Arcadia Jam—Activity Building 16020 Carnival Avenue—Upperco, MD

Note:

Closed end of June through mid August

FMI: 410-374-2895 THURS DAY
FMI:
410-374-2895
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7:30 to 10:30 PM—Every Thursday The Lower Windsor Township Municipal Bldg

2425 Craley Road(also Rt. 624), Craley, PA

Craley is 2 miles south of East Prospect, York County

FMI: Ebert M. Blymire

717-434-5716

7:00 to 10:00 PM—Every Thursday Franklintown Fire Hall Jam 2 miles south of Dillsburg on Rt194— $2.00 Admission

5:30 PM—2nd & 4th Thursday

Central Berks Lion's Club Bluegrass Jam

Kitchen open at 4:00 PM Music begins at 5:30 PM FMI: Betty Naftzinger 610-488-1920

6:30 to 11 PM— Every Thursday Hugh Mason's Country & Bluegrass Jam Chaplin's, The Music Cafe, 66 North Main Street, Spring City, PA 19475. See chaplinsthemusiccafe.com for details

Third Thursday Coffey Music 31 East Main St. Westminster, MD 410-876-1045 or 410-848-5003 www.coffeymusic.com

7:00 PM—As listed below Bunker Hill Bluegrass & Old Country Music Jam FMI: John Garloff 717-272-1677 B.H. Fellowship Hall, Mountville Rd., Rt 72, North of Lebanon. From Rt 22 take Rt 72 South 1 1/2 miles to Mountville Rd. From Rt 422 take Rt 72 North 6 miles to Mountville Rd. June thru September jams are held on

1st & 3rd Fridays. October thru May jams

are held every Friday. Donations accepted. Good homemade foods. Small area for pick- ers to jam. Sign-up for 30 minute spots on stage with sound system.

7:30 PM—Every Friday Muse & Music Performance Series 10 West Expresso St., Mansfield, PA FMI: www.fineartsforum.org

Every Friday - 7:00 - 10:00 P.M. YWCA - Gettysburg PA

909 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325. Phone 717-334-9171. Note: Former Arrow Horse jam.

5:00 to 11:00 PM Every Friday

Ephrata Best Music Source Bluegrass, Gospel, Classic Country Jam.

Doors open at 5 for jamming. Open stage runs 6:30-11 p.m. There are multiple rooms available for jams. Located at Best Source Music, just off route 272 on Helen Ave., Ephrata, PA 17533 ( near Ephrata Hospital).

FMI:

717-721-7120

6:00 to 10:00 PM Every Friday

Carroll Township Community Center Jam Shermans Dale, Perry County Call for directions.

FMI:

717-582-2312

J AM S ESS IONS SATURDAY 6 :30 PM—Every Saturday April—October November—March 2:00 - 5:00

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6:30 PM—Every Saturday

April—October

November—March 2:00 - 5:00 PM White Oak Campground Quarryville, PA FMI: 717-687-6207

6:00 - 9:00 PM

6:00 to 10:00 pm - Every Saturday Grand Old Jam 2073 Orrstown Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257 (Turn at Morris St., go 3 miles, on right be- fore car auction) Pickers - Free Visitors - $3.00 Admission (children under 12 free) FMI: Robert Forrester 717-530-0248

1:00 PM - First Saturday (Sept-May)

Sugar Run Bluegrass Calvary Baptist Church 902 Ruskin Dr., Altoona, PA FMI: Ron Anderson 814-940-

8352

Music at the Cider Press - 6:00 P.M. 47 Crystal Falls Dr., Smithsburg. Md. Bluegrass jams are on 1st and 3rd Saturday and Classic Country music on the 2nd and 4th. Doors open at 5:00. $3.00 donation at the door. Please come and join us.

S UN DAY 1:00 to 4:00 PM - Second Sunday (October thru June)
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1:00 to 4:00 PM - Second Sunday
(October thru June)

Susquehanna Folk Music Society Jam & Song Swap ~ Fort Hunter North of Harrisburg on Front St.

FMI:Ralph Dahle

www.sfmsfolk.org 717-657-8709 Bringing a small snack is optional!

717-652-0799

2:00 to 5:00 PM—Second Sunday (September thru May) Canyon Country Bluegrass Wellsboro Community Center 3 Queen St., Wellsboro, PA FMI:Call 570-724-0300

Call toll free

www.cantoncountrybluegrass.com

877-blu-gras

12:00 to 5:00 PM 2nd & 4th Sunday’s

Ephrata, PA All Acoustic Jam. October thru May Best Source Music, Helen Ave. Ephrata, PA. 17522.

FMI: Michalle Garman Also see folkjams.org/map/us

717-721-7120.

S UN DAY 10:00 AM—Second Sunday AFBA Open stage & Jam Hellertown, PA (just south
S UN
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10:00 AM—Second Sunday
AFBA Open stage & Jam
Hellertown, PA (just south of Allentown)
FMI: www.afbawingap.org.

Doors open at 10 a.m. Stage show begins at noon.

2:00 to 5:00 PM - Third Sunday September thru May North Bay Bluegrass Association Monthly Concert and Jam Havre de Grace Middle School. Going west on Rt. 40 make a left turn onto Lewis Lane. FMI: Gary Testerman 410-939-0028

1:00 to 5:00 PM - Third Sunday Penn’s Grove Bluegrass & Acoustic Jam Citizens League, 50 West Pitman St., Penns Grove, NJ. From the intersections of Main and Broad Streets in the center Penns Grove, take N. Broad St. 3 blocks to W. Pitman Street

go over the RR tracks, and the Citizens League is the brick and cinder block building just

ahead on the left side of the street. The drive-

the entrance

way is just after the RR tracks

is at rear of the building. The bar will be operating for drinks.

FMI: Kevin Justice

e-mail Kevin_justice@yahoo.com. Note: this jam goes on hiatus for the summer.

856-299-2402

1:00 to 5:00 PM - Third Sunday September thru May New Jersey Bluegrass & Old Time Music Association Embury United Methodist Church Hall Church St., Little Silver, NJ Jamming & open stage show FMI: www.newjerseybluegrass.com.

10:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Third Sunday September thru May Jerseytown Community Center Jerseytown, Pa. FMI: Bob Knorr jerseytownjam@cobrasound.com or www.cobrasound.com/jerseytownjam

1:00 PM—Fourth Sunday Rick’s Tavern Bluegrass & Country Jam 9th & Chestnut Sts Trainer, PA All skill levels are invited to participate in

playing bluegrass, country, folk, and old-time music.

FMI:

610-497-1338

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EVERYONE WELCOME 2:00 to 5:00 PM Third Sunday EVERY MONTH Held at: Marysville—Rye Senior Center

EVERYONE

WELCOME

2:00 to 5:00 PM Third Sunday EVERY MONTH

Held at:

Marysville—Rye Senior Center 198 Leonard Street Marysville, PA 17053

FMI:Jean Snyder

717-957-4609

Marysville, PA 17053 FMI:Jean Snyder 717 - 957 - 4609 Directions: Rt 11 & 15 to

Directions:

Rt 11 & 15 to Marysville Turn onto Rt 850 West Go 6/10ths of a mile Turn left on Leonard St. Go to “T” at Locust Point Apartments Turn right - You’ll see it.

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SMBA Family Membership With your membership, you can help to promote bluegrass music to an
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With your membership, you can help to promote
bluegrass music to an ever-increasing number of
people. Your membership helps to support our
concerts, jams, an annual picnic, a quarterly
newsletter, an informative website, and introduc-
es folks of all ages to bluegrass music through
music scholarships. Please join today.
Just $12 per year
Seven Mountains Bluegrass Association
c/o: Jean Snyder
827 New Valley Road
Marysville, PA 17053-9716
FMI: Call Jean Snyder (717) 957-4609
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957-4609 © Help support bluegrass music. Join today ! The annual fee is $12 per family.

The annual fee is $12 per family. FMI: call Jean at (717) 957-4609. Make checks payable to Seven Mountains Bluegrass Association

Please send your membership information and fee to Jean Snyder ~ 827 New Valley Road ~ Marysville, PA 17053

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interested in volunteering to serve in any capacity, please call any officer or trustee. www.sevenmountainsbluegrass.org
interested in volunteering to serve in any capacity, please call any officer or trustee. www.sevenmountainsbluegrass.org
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