Category Archives: Music
I’ve been playing my guitar a lot more over the last year. I’ve been averaging learning 1 new song a week. When I say “learning” I mean, “I can play it with a lead sheet” rather than memorizing the song. … Continue reading
We have continued on our concert series at New Sharon Congregational Church UCC in New Sharon, ME. I just hadn’t been posting about the concerts here. The concert series is now named “Brick Church Concerts”. Below is our schedule. January … Continue reading
Here comes the sun (doo doo doo doo) Here comes the sun, and I say It’s all right Little darling, it’s been a long cold lonely winter Little darling, it feels like years since it’s been here Here comes the … Continue reading
Through all my research over the last few years on products Made in the USA and considering I run a forum that focuses on solid state guitar gear, you would think I would have known that Tech 21 makes their … Continue reading
Lit is back and in action, 8 years after their last album. Check out the new tunes on The View From The Bottom, you’ll love it!
Found this great youtube video of the new Dean Markley DM30RC. It’s all solid state, but gives tube amps a real run for their money. Too bad I can’t speak Thai. Musician’s Friend has them for $180 btw…just in case … Continue reading
Fender has released another guitar in the Blacktop series, the Fender Blacktop Jaguar 90. And I want it.
I’m super stoked to announce Borderline Express coming to the New Sharon Congregational Church UCC on June 16th! Tickets are only $10 and are available in the usual locals: Douin’s Market and Everyday Music. Come cross the line with Borderline!
Saturday May 12 at 7pm in the New Sharon Congregational Church, Jim Gallant will be performing as part of the church’s 6 Months of Music concert series. Jim specializes in finger picking and has his own musical style that is … Continue reading
April 28th, New Sharon Congregational Church UCC welcomes Taylors Grove as they perform the 4th concert in the 6 Months of Music concert series. Banjo, mandolin, guitar and harmony singing put together are Taylors Grove. Come enjoy a night of … Continue reading