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Swannanoa Gathering Old-Time Week Teachers announced & last day for early registration

Monday, February 5, 2024

Swannanoa Old-Time & Dance Week (July 21-26, 2024) takes place in the beautiful mountains of western NC near Asheville. Early registration ends TODAY Mon, Feb 5th at 11pm ET. Those who early-register get the 1st opportunity to register for their favorite classes on March 2. Those who register after today choose classes on March 12th. I'm so excited about the old-time week staff we have lined up this year: 


Gina Dilg - flatfoot dance / teen gathering
Cary Fridley - singing
Ellie Grace - clogging / singing
John Herrmann - banjo / band-lab
Gordy Hinners - banjo / fiddle-banjo class 
John Hollandsworth - autoharp
Phil Jamison - guitar / square-dance calling
Carl Jones - guitar / uke
Kelli Jones - singing / honky-tonk
Rhys Jones - fiddle 
Chas Justus - guitar / singing / honky-tonk
Erynn Marshall - fiddle
Chance McCoy - Band 101 / fiddle
Tessa McCoy - fiddle
Meredith McIntosh - fiddle / band-lab
Jackie Merritt - bones
Cary Moskovitz - harmonica
Ben Nelson - banjo / Young Old-Time
Mark Olitsky - banjo
Aaron O’Rourke - dulcimer
Ron Pen - History of OT music / shapenote singing
Rina Rossi - bass / guitar
AJ Srubas - fiddle
Reed Stutz - finger-picked banjo / mandolin
Rodney Sutton - clogging
Earl White - fiddle / fiddle-banjo class

 

Visiting musicians: 
Bruce Green & Don Pedi
Betty Vornbrock & Billy Cornette
Mick & Evan Kinney
Thomas Maupin & Daniel Rothwell
Emily Spencer & the Whitetop Mountain Band 

www.swangathering.com
Early registration ends Feb 5th at 11pm ET

 

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Playing Since: 1979
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Gender: Female
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1936 John Smith (Scottish Maker late of Glasgow and Falkirk who emigrated to Canada in the early 1900's where he lived out the rest of his days). He made over 160 violins and would not use wood in his instruments that had not cured 100 years.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Melvin Wine, Lester & Linda McCumbers,Wilson Douglas,Tommy Jarrell, Hoyt Ming and his Pep Steppers, Kenny Jackson, Bruce Greene, Paul David Smith, Clack Mountain Stringband, James Bryan, Carl Jones, JP Fraley, John Harrod, Don & Carmen Rogers, Paul David Smith, Bob Holt, John Salyer, Edden Hammons, Scott Prouty, John Gallagher, Chris Coole, Arnie Naiman, Kathy Reid-Naiman, Art Stamper, Willie Stamper, Ralph Blizzard, Ginny Hawker and Tracy Schwarz, Hazel Dickens, Ola Belle Reid, Dirk Powell Band, Joe Newberry, The Lonesome Sisters, Fred Cockerham, Kyle Creed, Kevin Wimmer, Tommy Peoples, Martin Hayes, John Doyle and Liz Carroll, Dennis Cahill, Kevin Burke, Red Stick Ramblers, Caleb Klauder & Sammy Lind, Candy Goldman, The Canotes, The Balfa Bros, D. L Menard, Courtney Granger, Randal Bays & Dave Marshall, John Hartford, Skip Gorman, Arthur Smith, George Jones, Lefty Frizell and sooo many others....

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Erynn Marshall is an old-time fiddler who lives in Hillsville, Virginia and is known internationally for her traditional music. Erynn learned the nuances of Appalachian old-time fiddling from rare recordings and visiting 80-95 year-old southern fiddlers. Her playing seems effortless and transportive. Erynn performs at festivals, teaches at music camps around the globe, and tours with her husband - songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Carl Jones. Her tunes are becoming common repertoire in fiddle circles. Erynn won 1st place fiddle at “Clifftop” (The Appalachian Stringband Festival) and was the first woman to do so. She has recorded seven albums and appeared in five films (Voices of Virginia, the Clifftop Experience I’ll Fly Away Home, Conversations with Old-Time Musicians,” plus the upcoming Never Met a Stranger). She is coordinator for Swannanoa Old-Time Week www.dittyville.com

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