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Jack mostly folk Song Circle Locations (162* d) RE: Song Circle Locations 18 Dec 97


Thank you Joe Offer... I wish I would have had a computer and been on line back when folks were asking about So. Cal song circles. In Sept, jns covered a great deal of the better known happenings in and around LA LA land.Some of my old stomping grounds were those mentioned and to add to those, let me tell you about Songmakers. They are about 200 strong and have Hoots, more of a performance than song circle. My wife and I started with a song circle for Songmakers 60 miles east of LA and must admit with great success. It went over real well and continued to do so untill we relocateed to Washington State in 93. Riverside Folk Music Society is one of the oldest Folk Music groups on the west coast. They date back to the sixties putting on concerts for the likes of Seeger and Baez outdoors on hillsides.These two organizations is where I found exiting music and friends forever.The Claremont Folk Festival and The Barn are important facts of SO CAL music scene.If you play and sing, you like me know the importance of sharing music with others. You can call Jo Nell Dart of Riverside and she will put you in touch with either Songmakers or Riverside Folk Music Society. They always need new faces and a new song. (909) 683 7428. You can also e-mail me for any additional information.My only complaint to these fine organizations is; WHY DON'T THEY GET A WEB SITE? yours in music.... Jack mostly folk.....


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