9/21
TUE
5:30-7am
Early Morning Gumbo A spicy mix of folk and acoustic music, much of which is connected to the American south, including (but not limited to) acoustic blues, Texas folk, Cajun, string band & Texas swing. Every Tuesday from 5:30 AM to 7:00 AM on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/22
WED
Seattle Quebecois House Sessions are happening twice a month via Zoom, on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month. If you’d like to attend these virtual sessions, you can email 2doug@dougplummer.com to be added to the email list & to receive the Zoom lin
9/22
WED
Eastside Music Club Old Time/Folk Jam Session has unfortunately been cancelled due to the rise in the Delta variant. Contact: Steve Bleiler at bleilers@pdx.edu for more information and to be added to the mailing list.
9/22
WED
5:30-7am
Pastures of Plenty Traditional and Contemporary folk music. Every Wednesday from 5:30am to 7:00am on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/22
WED
8:00-9:00 pm
It's the Old Time Zone presenting old time music every Wednesday on Ellensburg Community Radio hosted by Dale Brubaker. Streaming live 8-9 pm PST on eburgradio.org. or http://player.live365.com/a17677. Scroll down on the home page to find the Wednesday listing, then that link will take you to the Old Time Zone page with other links to podcasts etc. Podcasts: www.eburgradio.org/programs/old-time-zone or www.mixcloud.com/oldtimezone. Facebook: www.facebook.com/oldtimezone. Email: oldtimezone@gmail.com.
9/23
THU
4-Day Event
The Berkeley Old Time Music Convention takes place this fall from Thursday, Sept. 23 - Sunday, Sept. 26. Go to the website above for all the information including registration for workshops (opening soon). You can take a fiddle workshop from Eddie Bond, Richard Bowman, Gabrielle Macrae, Jake Blount or David Greely! Learn banjo from Jake Blount, Ivy Sheppard, Jared Boyd, or Barry Southern! They will have beginner level workshops for both instruments too. Workshop descriptions for most workshops are on the Workshop Page. Concert tickets are available now, information here. Yes, concerts will be live streamed online and you can purchase a ticket for that. Volunteering - We couldn't put on the BOTMC without the help of many amazing people - volunteering is a great way to make it the BOTMC feel like your own, and you'll meet some cool people too. If interested, check out the Volunteer Page. Health and safety - this is of great concern to all of us and things are changing day to day, as you know. We will be adhering to the Freight's protocol, even at some of the events that are not taking place at the Freight. You can read about the Freight's health and safety practices here: https://thefreight.org/shows/health-and-safety/ If you are not vaccinated, there are still many things you can attend!! Besides the online things - the Freight concerts and Bayou Seco's family concert - we'll be happy to see you at the outdoor jams at the Freight, the String Band Contest, and the jamming at Ohlone Park. Masks are currently not required, but a lot of people are wearing them anyway. You probably already have plenty of masks but if you want one more, you can buy a BOTMC mask here. We hope to see you at the BOTMC this year - less than 2 months off now!
9/23
THU
5:30-7:00am
Rise when the Rooster Crows - Folk and traditional music from a variety of sources including early country recordings from the 20s and 30s. Every Thursday from 5:30am to 7:00am on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/23
THU
7-9:00 pm
Mud City Old Time Jam . The Mud City Old Time Jam is back - For the summer months while the weather is nice, we'll be meeting weekly from 7-9 pm outside at Amazon Park, right behind the Amazon community center (Eugene) on the little hill with the picnic tables between the amphitheater and the skate park. Bring your own chair, snacks and drinks. The jam will continue through the end of September. Make sure to check the calendar on the website each week for last-minute location or weather/smoke/pandemic/zombie apocolypse-related changes! Melissa will be there most weeks to lead the jam, but she’s just one person! We are looking for a few folks willing to sign up for a session or two to provide guitar and banjo hosting duties. Let Melissa know at mudcityoldtimesociety@gmail.com if you are interested and we’ll find some dates that work for you to help hold down the backbone of the jam. This community jam is open to all, but tunes will be played up to speed - if you're interested in attending the monthly Mud City slow jam, it will be starting up again soon! (Probably on Sunday evenings… start date and times are still being figured out.) Visit this link if you are interested and we’ll get you all the info as soon as we have it scheduled. mudcityoldtimesociety@gmail.com. Go to their website Mud City Old Time for all the news in the Eugene-Salem-Keizer-Corvallis area.
9/23
THU
7-10pm
Weekly Old Time Music Jam at the Northwest Portland Hostel in the Hostel Cafe courtyard, every Thursday. 1810 NW Glisan Ave. (503)417-8143. Masks required when ordering indoors. No purchase is required. Tasty, affordable food and beverage available for purchase including 8 local beers, 2 ciders, wine and Kombucha on tap. Street parking is free at 7pm. Cafe hours are 7am to midnight. Come early and stay late!
9/24
FRI
Bill Smedley's Old Time Radio Show is a weekly radio program hosted by Bill Smedley and dedicated to providing the listener the finest traditional, high energy, fun and progressive Appalachian Old Time music. Bill's broadcasts can be found at wxpiradio.org and the Old Time Music Hour archive run by Colm Daly which has the current and all previous episodes. Find it at: padlet.com/newtchaser/OTMH. You can catch them live on Fridays (not sure of the time) or anytime via the links above.
9/24
FRI
5:30-7am
Cascadia Coffeehouse. Featuring the best in traditional and contemporary folk and roots music with a focus on new releases and vintage favorites - every Friday on KBOO 90.7 FM. Alternates with Lark in the Morning
9/24
FRI
5:30-7am
Lark in the Morning Folk music Fridays from 5:30am to 7:00am on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/24
FRI
12 - 1:30 PM
Movin' On Everything from old time to bluegrass to Celtic to contemporary folk. Every Friday from 12 noon to 1:30pm, on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/25
SAT
6-9am
Swing 'n' Country A whole lot of country & western swing! Every Saturday from 6:00am to 9:00am on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/25
SAT
9am-noon
Music From the True Vine - Every Saturday on KBOO 90.7 FM. The best of traditional and contemporary bluegrass and old time music, with information about local shows and festivals. Rotating dj's, excellent, some more traditionally oriented than others
9/25
SAT
5-7 pm
Pete Krebs and the Catnip Brothers inside at the Moon and Sixpence Pub. Dine on great food and have some drinks while listening to some music from longtime Portland musicians Pete Krebs and the Catnip Brothers. Every Saturday from 5 – 7 pm. Pete along with Rusty Blake on steel guitar, Ian Miller on lead and Brent Martens on bass will entertain you with some great Western Swing. Proof of vaccination required and young children cannot sit inside because of not being vaccinated. No cover so be sure to tip the musicians. The pub has updated their menu and have kept some of the good old favorites. 2014 NE 42nd in the Hollywood District.
9/26
SUN
4-6 pm
Portland Sacred Harp - The Sacred Harp Shape Note singers are meeting somewhat regularly on Sundays. Because of the increased spread of the Delta variant they will be singing outside at people's homes for now. The expectation is that all singers are fully vaccinated, masks optional. 4:00 - 6:00 pm. The most current information is on their Facebook page. Go there to get on their mailing list so you can get the locations. (The website calendar is not yet up to date.)
9/27
MON
5:30-7am
Folk Espresso Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week. Every Monday from 5:30am to 7:00am on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/27
MON
4:00 - 6:00PM
Swervin' in My Lane on KOCF 92.7 or kocf.org. Host Allen Mullen puts on a weekly show that includes local string bands and artists as well as the more well known traditionally famous artists. You can go to the website above to get the current broadcasts and here to get the past ones. (I found it easier to go to the two links here than to search on the radio website. Also, they are available anytime in the two links). New shows air every Monday at 4pm.
9/28
TUE
5:30-7am
Early Morning Gumbo A spicy mix of folk and acoustic music, much of which is connected to the American south, including (but not limited to) acoustic blues, Texas folk, Cajun, string band & Texas swing. Every Tuesday from 5:30 AM to 7:00 AM on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/29
WED
5:30-7am
Pastures of Plenty Traditional and Contemporary folk music. Every Wednesday from 5:30am to 7:00am on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/29
WED
8:00-9:00 pm
It's the Old Time Zone presenting old time music every Wednesday on Ellensburg Community Radio hosted by Dale Brubaker. Streaming live 8-9 pm PST on eburgradio.org. or http://player.live365.com/a17677. Scroll down on the home page to find the Wednesday listing, then that link will take you to the Old Time Zone page with other links to podcasts etc. Podcasts: www.eburgradio.org/programs/old-time-zone or www.mixcloud.com/oldtimezone. Facebook: www.facebook.com/oldtimezone. Email: oldtimezone@gmail.com.
9/30
THU
5:30-7:00am
Rise when the Rooster Crows - Folk and traditional music from a variety of sources including early country recordings from the 20s and 30s. Every Thursday from 5:30am to 7:00am on KBOO 90.7 FM
9/30
THU
7-10pm
Weekly Old Time Music Jam at the Northwest Portland Hostel in the Hostel Cafe courtyard, every Thursday. 1810 NW Glisan Ave. (503)417-8143. Masks required when ordering indoors. No purchase is required. Tasty, affordable food and beverage available for purchase including 8 local beers, 2 ciders, wine and Kombucha on tap. Street parking is free at 7pm. Cafe hours are 7am to midnight. Come early and stay late!
9/30
THU
7-9:00 pm
Mud City Old Time Jam . The Mud City Old Time Jam is back - For the summer months while the weather is nice, we'll be meeting weekly from 7-9 pm outside at Amazon Park, right behind the Amazon community center (Eugene) on the little hill with the picnic tables between the amphitheater and the skate park. Bring your own chair, snacks and drinks. The jam will continue through the end of September. Make sure to check the calendar on the website each week for last-minute location or weather/smoke/pandemic/zombie apocolypse-related changes! Melissa will be there most weeks to lead the jam, but she’s just one person! We are looking for a few folks willing to sign up for a session or two to provide guitar and banjo hosting duties. Let Melissa know at mudcityoldtimesociety@gmail.com if you are interested and we’ll find some dates that work for you to help hold down the backbone of the jam. This community jam is open to all, but tunes will be played up to speed - if you're interested in attending the monthly Mud City slow jam, it will be starting up again soon! (Probably on Sunday evenings… start date and times are still being figured out.) Visit this link if you are interested and we’ll get you all the info as soon as we have it scheduled. mudcityoldtimesociety@gmail.com. Go to their website Mud City Old Time for all the news in the Eugene-Salem-Keizer-Corvallis area.
10/6
WED
5 Day Event
Menucha's Blues in the Gorge, a 5 day immersive blues guitar camp. Featuring Mary Flower, Jim Kweskin, Suzy Thompson and Phil Wiggins. Classes, concerts and more. 38711 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy. Corbett, OR Oct. 6 - 10.
10/7
THU
7:30-10:00
The Horsenecks in concert at The Jazz Station, 124 W Broadway, Eugene, OR 97401 Presented by Mud City Old Time Society. 7:30-10:00 pm. $15-$20 sliding scale. Ticket URL: thejazzstation.org or at the door.
10/12
TUE
6-8 pm
The Waysiders Happy Hour show at the Laurelthirst Pub! Come listen to the stellar music of the Waysiders for a really fun Happy Hour time. Every 2nd Tuesday at the Laurelthirst Pub. Drawing on the traditions of Swing, Rock and Roll, Old Time and Rhythm and Blues, the Waysiders deliver a new brand of classic country all their own. 2958 NE Glisan St. 6-8 pm. Free. You'll need to show proof of vaccination and wear a mask when not eating and drinking.