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We All Have Our Work To Do 

Do you practice? How often? Everyday? A couple times a week? Do you have a routine? I'm so curious about this stuff. I hope you'll take a few minutes to read this and share a little about how you practice and perhaps respond to a couple of these questions. 

I have a ton of stuff that I'm working on but the skills I would like to work on most are listening and relaxing during gigs. It also turns out that those things are really hard to practice alone when you're not actively playing a gig. So that's a…

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Building community one jam at a time 

A few years ago, I had the good fortune to begin co-hosting a monthly jam at the Rustic Barn. You should come check it out - if you haven't already. Let me tell you what I like about it.

Bluegrass jams are great. They really are. It's a really cool thing to play and share songs with others. If you're playing a tune at a jam, it's probably a song that inspired you enough to take the time to learn the melody, the chords, and (hopefully, maybe) the words. And if you took the time to do all that, that song must…

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Weekend gigs! 

I’m exited that I have a couple gigs this weekend. One that I hope you’ll come check out is with my good friend Jay Maloney at S&S Farm Brewery on Friday, June 11 at 6pm. If you haven’t been to S&S Farm Brewery yet, you need to change that. They brew fantastic beer and have a beautiful outdoor space surrounded by farm land (it’s an actual working farm) with sweeping views. But that’s not the point. 

The folks at S&S have worked hard to make great beer, sure. But that’s not the only reason they started this…

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