Cedar Hill Performing in Duluth – Saturday Oct 2nd

Cedar Hill Atlanta Performing at The Duluth Towne Green, 3142 Hill St. Duluth, GA 30096…(770) 497-5312 – Saturday Oct 2nd from 1pm -5pm for AKC santioned – “Poochfest 2010”

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Bakery Boy Mentions Aussie Jam in Bakery Article

A journalist who reviews bakeries as he travels the country wrote a real nice piece in his blog about the Aussie Bakery and he mentions our Tuesday Night Aussie Jam.  Thought you might be interested.  http://bakeryboyblog.wordpress.com/2010/09/14/australian-bakery-cafe-marietta-ga/

Marietta SEBA Chapter Start Up

Hi everyone,

Jim Starkey (fiddle) is trying to get a Marietta SEBA Chapter started.  I think we’ve got a critical mass of local interest and talent, so please come out to the picking’ session.  And please give this widest distribution.  View and download the Flyer here.

Direct questions to jameshstarkey@bellsouth.net.

Bluegrass Forever,
Greg & Wendy Beyer

Young Bluegrass Band From Ashville

Those of us who like to hang out at the Red Light Cafe when we have the time & gas money to make the trip know and love this young bluegrass band from Asheville.  They seem to have progressed out of our sphere, however, opting to play at Eddie’s Attic this go-round, for the release tour of their new CD Tellico.  Anya Hinkle, the fiddler, has written a two-part series of articles for Bluegrass Journal telling the story of their journey through the mazes of recording a CD.  Part I is available right now at this link:

http://www.bluegrassjournal.com/2009/05/05/dehlia-low-the-making-of-tellico-part-1/

Hello Aussie Jammers!

If you build it, they will come!  The Tuesday Aussie Jam email list has attracted a lot of interesting discussion and shared information from our group.  Rather than keep up with threads of emails, why not start an Aussie Jam Blog where we can explore, share, and enjoy everyone’s input?  Our entries can be archived, our links and files shared.  To start, this blog will be limited to our group.  Later if we want to open it to the general public, we most certainly can.