Posted by bevans on Monday, August 3, 2009
I hope everyone is having a great summer - although this is already the time of year for some of us (especially if you're of school age!) where it feels like the summer is just about over.
I'm mostly home this month after summer travels to various parts of California, Idaho, Tennessee, Kentucky, Colorado, Wyoming and Texas. I'll be head up to British Columbia, Canada in a few weeks to teach at the British Columbia Bluegrass Workshop, August 23-29. Megan Lynch, Laurie Lewis, Tom Rozum, Janet Beazley and Chris Stuart will also be there teaching, among other folks. Link to http://www.musicworkshops.ca/ for more info.
Megan and I have a house concert and banjo, fiddle and jamming workshops scheduled up in the northern California Gold Country the weekend of August 15-16. Here's all of the info you need:
August 15: Rescue, CA: Bill and Megan Lynch perform in a special house concert at the home of Ralph Standiford. 2413 Pinon Road, 12 miles north of Folsom off Green Valley Road, 7 p.m.. $15 suggested donation. Seating is limited. Phone 530-676-0836 or email to email@example.com to reserve your seat.
August 16: Folsom, CA: Bill and Megan Lynch teach afternoon fiddle and banjo and jamming workshops at the home of John Hettinger. Bill teaches Earl Scruggs Essentials banjo workshop and Megan teaches Details! Details! Details! fiddle workshop from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Both Bill & Megan teach an Intro to Jamming Workshop from 4 to 6 p.m. Instrumental workshops are $30 and the jamming workshop is $20. All workshops are open to all levels of players but are ideal for "advanced beginners" through intermediate players. Contact Maria Nadauld to pre-register by phoning 510-828-6961 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All workshops are open to all levels of players!
Finally, Berkeley's folk music institution the Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse is moving to a beautiful, modern location in downtown Berkeley and is launching their reopening with a big weekend of concerts on August 28-30. I'll be performing at the new Freight on Sunday, August 30th in a special one-time reunion of my band Bluegrass Intentions, featuring Alan Senauke (guitar), Eric Thompson (mandolin, guitar), Suzy Thompson (fiddle) and Larry Cohea (bass). Also performing in this show is Laurie Lewis, Kathy Kallick, High Country and Jim Nunally and Keith Little. Here's the lowdown:
August 30: Berkeley, CA: Come celebrate the opening of the new Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse with a Bay Area bluegrass blowout featuring Bill performing in a reunion of the Bluegrass Intentions, Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands, the Kathy Kallick Band, High Country and Jim Nunally and Keith Little. 2020 Addison Street in downtown Berkeley. Doors open at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Tickets $18.50/$19.50 at the door. Phone 510-548-7603 for tickets. Info at www.freightandsalvage.org
Then in September, Megan and I return to Ireland and England! More about this tour in a future update but you can take a look at our complete tour schedule now by visiting: http://www.nativeandfine.com/Schedule.html
Thanks for your continued interest and support! I couldn't do it without you.
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