Saturday Jam at Flea Market – 6/26/2010

[From Russ, on of our long-time Aussie Jammers]

Come play and share your music with our community.  Chairs and shaded areas provided
June 26th – Music from 11am until 4pm

SFCC Flea Market at Shallowford Falls Community Church
3662 Shallowford Rd
Marietta GA 30062

Contact  Michelle Fry if you have questions

Please let Russ know if you are attending if possible so he can set up accordingly.

Directions from Aus. Bakery to Church.

E on S.Park Sq towards Winters St.
THEN continue on GA-120/Roswell St
THEN Left at Sewell Mill
THEN Left at Holly Springs
THEN Right at Davis Rd
THEN Right at Shallowford Rd
Church will be on your right

2009 Mountain Music Series at Red Top Mountain State Park

Bluegrass at Red Top Mountain started in May and runs through September!  The Saturday night series starts at 8 pm and is located at the cabin behind the lodge.  Bring a chair or blanket to sit on the grass in front of the cabin. This is a family event.  Free, but requires a park pass to park ($3)  Call the park in case of inclement weather.

May  2 – Bullsboro

May  9 – Due South

May 16 – Cane Creek

May 23 – Johnny Roquenmore & the Apostles of Bluegrass

May 30 – GrassRoots 9

June  6 – Highway 41

June 13-Cedar Hill

June 20-The Suggins Brothers

June 27-The Juney Powell Band

July  4 – Smokey’s Farmland Band

July 11 -The Jot ‘Em Bown Boys

July 18-Counterpoint

July 25-Bullsboro

September 5-GrassRoots9

Jam Opportunity Saturday 6/19

[We received the following request from Stephanie Warren;  If there are enough people interested to make a jam, let Stephanie know.  I am tied up all weekend otherwise I would love to join in.]
From Stephanie:
I am coordinating the East Cobb Market, and we would love to have local musicians come out and jam! I have been to the bakery several time, and absolutely love listening to everyone play! Please let me know if the market is of interest,

The event is actually this Saturday, the 19th. The East Cobb Market is held on the 3rd Saturday of every month. It is located on Sandy Plains Rd., across from Sprayberry High School. We have over 40 vendors registered for this weekend. The market is from 10-6, so depending on the interest I get from musicians, I am open to any designated times that they would like to be out there and play. I will have a tent for them to play under. I know it is short notice, I’m sorry! Let me know what you think!

Stephanie Warren

More YouTube Videos

Aussie Jam, May 6, 2010

Angel Band  – October 6, 2009

Aussie Jam Compilation, October 6, 2009

I’ll Come Home, Sept 3, 2009

Blue Grass on the Marietta Square, July 8, 2009. <-Really nice!

St. Anne’s Reel, June 10, 2009

Cedar Hill plays “Misty”

Check out Cedar Hill playing “Misty” for a couple on their anniversary weekend….

FREE CONCERT June 11th- Mars Hill Porch Pickers


You are ALL invited to a free concert in DOWNTOWN CARTERSVILLE FRIDAY NIGHT from 6 until 8:30p.m. AT THE OLD HISTORIC TRAIN DEPOT in the center of town. “THE MARS HILL PORCH PICKERS” – Featuring MIKE AMSBAUGH on the BANJO, Hal Rogers on lead guitar & vocals, Ron Levine on Mandolin and guitar and vocals and Dickson Lester –on guitar and vocals will play from 6 – 8:30p.m. then there will be a free MOVIE. KIDS INVITED TOO!

Bring your own chairs, Blankets, there will be some food, or you can bring your own Picnic basket.


Thank you For all you Do for Bluegrass!

P . Dickson Lester

The Mars Hill Porch Pickers : TO : Southeast Bluegrass Associations Website:

If you want to change the life of an ORPHANED CHILD got to: – you can sponsor one for $35/Month
Acworth, Georgia

Pictures from the Low Country Boil and Blue Grass Jam

Click below to see pictures from the Aussie Jam 2010 Low Country Boil and Blue Grass Jam:

Low Country Blue Grass Jam

Roll in My Sweet Baby’s Arms:

Low Country Boil and Blue Grass Jam

Susie, Sherri, and Donna play the blues:

Old Stewball:

More Music From the Beyer Low Country Boil & Jam

Rob plays a crowd pleaser

Music from the Beyer Low Country Boil & Blue Grass Jam

A Dickson Lester original: