I think I know everyone in Strung Out. I even sold a few of them dulcimers.
"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."
Hey Fretfull, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us. From PA'er to another.
Hi Ken, Thanks,
That first week of the month is popular. As a newbie, I have to practice all week for the practice sessions of "Strung Out Dulcimer Band" in Mifflintown (Thursday) and for "Off the Wall Dulcimer Society" in Mechanicsburg on Sunday--just to try to keep up. That's about 40 tunes altogether. Also, It's getting where I don't like to drive at night. Let me know if there's a jam in your area.
Cindy & I just returned from Road Scholar's Great Dulcimer Rendezvous in Kentucky--very nice, a breezeway with big rocking chairs for jams. Fine teachers: Anne MacFie, Susan Trump, Maureen Sellers & Stephen Siefert. I learned a lot: how to hold a pick, how to air strum when I'm lost. haha
We no longer have a group meeting in Reedsville, but that may change in the future. I meet with a group in McClure on the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm. Of course, we could always arrange a time to get together with some folks around here.
Welcome to FOTMD, FretFull. It's good to have another Pennsylvanian aboard.
Welcome, Fretfull, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Feel free to join the WV Players Group; we have a lot of PA members. Also, feel free to come to any of our events; we'd love to have you. Hope you enjoy it here.
Hi Fret, and welcome to the wonderful world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people.
Greetings from Vermont and welcome to the site - don't fret, you'll find lots of old-time music here and good folks too.