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Category Archives: Fiddle
The first day of Fretmentor’s 3rd Annual Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar and Mandolin Workshop, featuring Alan Munde, Jim Hurst and Byron Berline, was a memorable one. Approximately 50 attendees arrived from as far as England, New York, Georgia and various communities … Continue reading
Alan Munde, Byron Berline & Jim Hurst Fretmentor’s Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar, & Mandolin Workshop Lake Worth, Florida Almost everyone has a bucket list and I guess you can add my first meeting with Alan Munde, Byron Berline and Jim Hurst … Continue reading
Are You a Fan of Music Festivals? If so, I have something for you. Keep reading to learn more. In Southeast Florida, each summer there is a popular waterfront music festival that attracts people from all over the country and … Continue reading
August 20, 2011 in Ft Lauderdale, Florida If your talking about getting your money’s worth, the show I saw last night speaks volumes. Alison Krauss and Union Station performed on August 20, 2011 at the Broward Center for the Performing … Continue reading
Does A Videotaped Music Recital Assist A Student? I remember when I was in high school and had to give a demonstration speech. It was videotaped. Right from the beginning, I hated the thought of having to demonstrate something in … Continue reading