Cyndy and Mrs. Goon play Ashokan Farewell, accompanied by Jason of The Wren & the Whistler, at Chicago’s Old Time Jamboree in June, 2012.
The next Old Time Jamboree has been scheduled! We’ll gather for old time tunes on December 8, 2012 at 7pm. The music-friendly folks at Dolce Casa Café (4947 N Damen Ave) will provide their lovely space.
Find out more about what happens at the Old Time Jamboree here.
Our featured artist will be musician, teacher and folklorist, Paul Tyler. With twenty-two plus years teaching at the Old Town School of Folk Music, and just back from a teaching exchange in Finland, Paul will present a set of tunes, songs and stories. This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to hear a wonderful musician in a very intimate setting.
The Winter 2011 Old Time Jamboree was held December 3, 2011 at Dolce Casa Cafe.
The featured band was Tell ’em Henry, with Tony Scarimbolo (banjo), Kolleen Blume (fiddle), and Andy David (guitar).
The following musicians played the Open Stage:
John Donahue: Lincoln at Richmond (banjo)
Michael Cabonce: Going Down to Cairo (fiddle)
Ted Dawson: White Freight Liner Blues (guitar)
The Barnstormers: Knockin on Heaven’s Door (guitar)
Bill McInnes: Deep River Blues (banjo)
Gisella Faggi: Old Baldy Kickin Up (fiddle)
Jerry Tintera: Way Over Yonder in a Minor Key (guitar)
John Huber: Bonaparte’s Charge (guitar)
Ashley Griggs: Angeline the Baker and Angel Band (fiddle)
3 Night of Music (Jessica, Jailene, Devon): Waterbound (guitar, mando, fiddle)
Jim Shinkle: Boil Them Cabbage Down (mandolin)
Mike and Matt (guitar, harmonica)
Michael Clarke & John Donahue: Old Mother Flanagan (banjos)
Lady Band: Dog Treed a Possum in a White Oak Tree (fiddles, banjo)
Go here to sign up for the Old Time Jamboree Open Stage – June 16, 2012.