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Local Bluegrass Jams

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  • #530837
    Devin
    Devin
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    Is anybody looking for local bluegrass jams? Lately, we’ve been getting a bunch of e-mails about where to find local bluegrass jams. A bit later, we’re planning to build a separate section of the forum where people can set up local jams, but for now, you could try posting your location below and maybe we can get an idea if there’s any interest or maybe another member can help you find a jam.

    Thanks!

    Devin

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  • #530887
    Justin
    Justin
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    Love to get to more bluegrass jams. We have plenty of Celic Folk in UK.  When I play they accept it, but it’s not quite the same.  Im always on the look out for other people, but it’s difficult.  I’d love to travel to the US and experience the home of Blue grass, maybe Kenkucky that would be awesome 😀

    • #530897
      Devin
      Devin
      Keymaster

      Yeah I want to check out good jams in Kentucky too. Austin is pretty good and has a ton of live music, but the bluegrass scene is pretty niche. I hope the new forum can help connect some people looking for jams. Might be a bit slow until people find the forum and start using it, but we’ll see how it goes. Thanks for helping me get it going!

    • #1533811
      cassarta11
      cassarta11
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      i ve heard of anton in austin ..

  • #530933
    Justin
    Justin
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    I find I have to compromise a little. Some Irish music is cool and very similar to bluegrass.  Any excuse to play guitar is cool by me 😀

  • #531088
    Justin
    Justin
    Participant

    Super Jam session last night in Stoutport England.   It’s is a Pub called The Swan, Robert Plant is local and has invested a lot into making this a really good live music venue.   Folk night every Mon.  All very welcome to play.   There is a lot of Celtic tunes played on fiddles etc.  I enjoyed it a lot and made some new friends.

  • #2036549
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    Jason
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    Of course I’m looking for a local bluegrass jam. Anyone know of one in North Dakota?

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