Posted by rachel.love on Friday, January 28, 2011
I finally made it over to Artichoke Music in SE Portland for their Friday night coffee house event. There were four "acts" of mainly singer/songwriter guitar playing but the first band was an old timey music type with some clawhammer banjo action. The lady playing banjo was quite good and I really enjoyed watching her play.
Anyway, I just wanted to drop in and say "Hi" for a change.
Cotton-eyed Joe Says:
Saturday, January 29, 2011 @6:11:42 AM
Sounds like a great friday night... you had...
And some old time music too... with the old clawhammer pickin' great stuff...
Sunday, January 30, 2011 @10:25:39 AM
What a fun time! Wish we had something like that here.
Sunday, January 30, 2011 @10:27:11 AM
yeah bell, we're lucky to have a pretty good music "scene" here in portland, especially bluegrass!
Cousin Jack Says:
Sunday, January 30, 2011 @3:40:37 PM
My sister in-law lives in Portland. I love it there!
Speaking of Portland and bluegrass, you must check out Jackstraw (their "Live at the White Eagle" CD is awesome). They're from up there in Portland too, and one of my favorite BG bands. They're just a four piece, mandolin, two guitars, and bass, and all excellent musicians (especially Jon, the lead guitarist). I hope one day to go up there and maybe jam with one or two of them, my sister in-law tells me she knows the singer, he does her gardening/landscaping. Even gave my niece a music lesson once. One day maybe, we'll see.
Sunday, January 30, 2011 @4:00:41 PM
hey jackjack, actually the banjo player from Jackstraw is a friend of mine! he's in another band called "The Water Tower Bucket Boys" and they are great as well!
yep, come on over to portland for a visit!
Cousin Jack Says:
Monday, January 31, 2011 @1:28:57 PM
They have a banjo player now? I didn't know that. I got some catching up to do!
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