I've just joined this forum today, having come across it while trying to find a used Prucha mandolin....in France. Let's not go there for the first post....that particular quest might take some time.
I and a few friends play mostly old-time and a bit of bluegrass in the Grenoble area. We've been playing for about 2 years now. I'm Canadian, and play bluegrass banjo, along with a Brit who is a wizard on clawhammer banjo, a French guitarist who keeps us steady and in tune, and occasionally a fiddle player or two. We are all fairly new at it, though we have all played other types of music at other times in our lives, albeit non-professionally.
I'm just wondering if anyone else out there in the Grenoble area would be interested in jamming from time to time. We do mostly play old-time tunes and across-the-board OT/BG classics like Old Joe Clark, Salt Creek, John Hardy, Angelina Baker, Coleman's March, Cold Frosty Morning, Sheebag and Sheemore etc...
We would especially love to meet an acoustic bass player and a mandolin player!! (Otherwise I've been nominated to try to learn mandolin, and I've already got a long way to go with banjo..) So, any Rhones-Alpes mando or bass players out there....would love to hear from you!
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- Enregistré le : sam. 22 mai 2010, 17:18
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Pas très loin de Grenoble, nous, "Long Road" oragnisons le 1er WE de Rencontre Bluegrass en Drôme, les 21 & 22 septembre, pas loin de Dieulefit. Tu as tous les détails sur notre site, à la page "Evènements".
A bientôt peut-être.
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