Primarily dedicated to new and intermediate bluegrass players and fans. Just an old fashioned JAM / WORKSHOP session for traditional acoustic players and those who want to learn. Guests and listeners are welcome, finger food contributions accepted but not expected. Please check the events schedule before coming.

This is a family atmosphere and proper conduct with respect to others is required.

We only accept Traditional Instruments at the Jam or Workshop Acoustic Six String Guitar, Dobro, Fiddle, 5 String Banjo, Mandolin and Upright Bass. There are some instruments that shade the line so we also accept a Harmonica and Dulcimer also an Electric Bass is accepted because of the mobility issues of an Upright Bass. As always we must be responsible for our volume level and be considerate of others around us. What may or may not be allowed at a Jam or Workshop will always be at the discretion of the Organizer.

NO SOLICITATION, ADVERTISING or PROMOTION permitted by members or non members without prior permission or approval of the group organizer. Any unauthorized entry on this site may be removed at the discretion of the organizer.

When down South please see Tim at some North Carolina pickin fun. They're good folks and Tim actually started this group here before he left Baltimore.

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    John Keimig John Keimig joined
    John Keimig
    "Baltimore baby boomer, single gentleman, have played folk/rock/count­ry guitar since age sixteen. Enjoys playing rhythm and can sing lead. Loves to harmonize. Currently re-learning the key of D on my acoustic baritone quitar that I picked up last May."
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    Tim Harrigan Tim Harrigan joined
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    Tim Harrigan
    "I'm Tim, and I've been playing irish tunes on the mandolin for a few decades, and clawhammer banjo for about a year and a half. I'm interested in getting together to play."
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    George Garris George Garris joined
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    George Garris
    "Greeting from George Garris Past professional Bluegrass guitarist and singer Worked in venues around Balt. with some of the areas finest And toured from N.Y state to Carolina and some mid west"
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    Peggy  Israel
    "Love love love bluegrass!"
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    Ken Scarlatelli
    "I'm a 57-yr-young professional wildlife biologist and amateur beekeeper who loves live improvisational­ music, especially jazz, blues, and bluegrass. Can't get enough!"
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    "Hi. Enjoy the music. interested in learning how to fiddle"
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    Bill Busch

    "It was my first time and I really enjoyed it. Everyone was friendly and made me feel at home. I'll see you in August!"

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    Shawn Shawn­ joined
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    "My name is Shawn, I love bluegrass music, and I throw Alternative Country Dance Parties in the area."
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    Caleb Corwin Caleb Corwin joined
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    Caleb Corwin
    "New in town, novice/mediocre­ banjo player."
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    Donald Mitchell

    "Always a Great Time !!"

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