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jseth 10-23-2018 01:15 AM

Sounds like we all should be using and checking out that Events and New Releases forum more thoroughly!

I know that I've posted a coule times on there about some sort of Oregon get-together, but have not had success with it thus far...

The only Healdsburg Guitar Show I attended was in 2011... and while there, I met a whole bunch of folks from this site... had a blast meeting them and having my hands on some of their guitars (Thanks, Tim and Mary!). I remember there was some sort of jam session that night, but I had to go back home to Fort Bragg...

It has always been a pleasure to meet with some of our members... and, while I understand Tico's point, I don't agree... I would even say that IF I reacted to that sort of stuff and let it run my life AT ALL, then I would be part of the problem and would be perpetuating that problem. So I don't let my little brain go there... and I keep my eyes and ears open and tuned in to whatever's around me...

SJ VanSandt 10-23-2018 08:36 AM

Check your messages, GuitarFundi. I live in Austin and we do have some AGFers that get together now and then. Not many - I'd like there to be more.

Stan

The Bard Rocks 10-23-2018 05:54 PM

Maybe there'll be something Friday night at Woodstock? (Hint, someone who has a room or space.)

GuitarFundi 10-23-2018 06:19 PM

When I lived in Montana there was a BlueGrass circle every Tues at The Leaf and Bean and every Thur at the Co-Op and it was great. Somedays you would have 3 guitars, a banjo, a fiddle and 4 Standup Basses, and another day 4 fiddles, 3 guitars, 2 banjos, 4 singers and 2 mandolins.... you just never knew what was going to show up and everyone swapped instruments and it was wonderful and I would play my guitar softly and respectfully and get to sit in and play on every song while I watched hands and listened intently.... it was glorious!

Hope to find something like this in Austin. I know Radio Coffee and Beer on Manchaca/Ben White will allow us to do it in their large outdoor area under the trees if anyone is interested.

Mary 11-01-2018 07:15 AM

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Originally Posted by jseth (Post 5870141)
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The only Healdsburg Guitar Show I attended was in 2011... and while there, I met a whole bunch of folks from this site... had a blast meeting them and having my hands on some of their guitars (Thanks, Tim and Mary!). I remember there was some sort of jam session that night, but I had to go back home to Fort Bragg... ...

You are welcome.

We highly enjoy when we can arrange open space to let the players join us on site entertainment. We always appreciated Chris and the Healdsburg group. We already miss the Memphis Guitar show owned by Bob Singer! (http://www.yourperfectguitar.com/)

We are signed up for the Santa Barbara show. Let's get planning on the future soon.


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