It was a busy fiddle week for me, here in the heartland. Wednesday was a band get together ( we rarely "rehearse" just get together and play some tunes). Thursday evening was the first outdoors session of the weekly OT Jam. Saturday banjo player Peter Fagan and I busked at the Urbana Farmer's Market. Sunday Peter Tom Faux and Robin Kearton played for a pre- wedding party in the early afternoon. In the late afternoon, I helped with the Community Center for the Arts (c4a). I played with c4a's Bow Dacious playing for a contra/square dance outside in downtown Champaign. It was a benefit for the local food bank. ( Bow Dacious is a group of young musicians who play a lot of pop, and OT music ( and other genres outside the classical mainstream).
A week full of music and fun...hard to beat.
cornfed has 26 friends. View entire friends list.
ChickenMan replied to topic 'Well, I guess technically they call this "Wrist Surgery"' 1 day
ChickenMan replied to topic 'Well, I guess technically they call this "Wrist Surgery"' 2 days
Playing Since: 1958
Experience Level: Purty Good
[Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]
fiddle I thought that this was for that. But.. My fiddle is a Leon Bernadel shop instrument from 1933. It is one of those that might be described as a step up student instrument. It is red. It sounds red, or maybe maroon. I like it.
Tommy Peoples, Liz Carrol,Jean Carignan, Tommy Jarrel, Garry Harrison/Indian Creek Delta Boys, Volo Bogtrotters, Allen Street,
Classified Rating: (0)
Rate this Member
Visible to: Public
Last Visit 10/12/2017
Started in Public school in WI; Private violin lessons for several years: Self immersion in several written collections; played with the "Irish Folk club" in C/U IL 1978-1982(?); Played old time with Snakeroot String Band in C/U IL from about 1983- 1990; repaired violin asociated stringed instrumentts in C/U IL from 1973-1983; Love jams & playing for dancers.
'Elzic's Farewell' 2 days