Friday, June 22, 2007

BanjoTalk radio show this Sunday

Hope you are having a wonderful summer. Here's a quick update on what is
going on at the Cox house these days. :)

Please join us this Sunday June 24th, 2007 8:00 PM EST for the BanjoTalk
radio talk show. Mary will be the guest this Sunday.

Please tune in Sunday night on your computer. This is a fun show and you
can even call in and talk.
Because I'd really enjoy hearing from you--this is my first time on live
radio on BanjoTalk. :) Because if you do, you're in a drawing to win
Perfect Touch Banjo Picks and a Recording King banjo!

8-9 PM Eastern Standard Time
7-8 PM Central Standard Time
David tapes these shows and puts them on podcast--if you call in and ask a
question or just say "hello"--you can download the free podcast later and
see what you sound like on the air. :)


Florida Folk Festival has been rescheduled to November 9 – 11, Veterans
Day weekend and Bob and I will be there. The weather should be great by
then! Here's the link and phone # to check as more info becomes

55th Annual Florida Folk Festival
White Springs, FLORIDA

Since the spring festival was cancelled due to fire--I have some new Banjo
T-shirts available online while they last. Take a look at the design on my
homepage. :) Here is what is still available: In moss green/ M, L, XL and
one XXL. In golden tan/M, XL only--sold out of L and XXL in this color.
I also have a few Dulcimers Allowed T's in the popular chocolate color in
M and L only. Contact me by email for details and ordering if you'd like
to get one. :)
Thanks to everyone who came to our Jacksonville concert in May. It was
great fun and we enjoyed meeting everyone. And thanks to Bruce Ford and
his wonderful family for hosting us and the River City dulcimer group for
playing warm up. The whole evening was very special and we hope to return
next year.
Thanks to everyone who attended my banjo class in February at the Campbell
School. Boy were you ever a group of musical geniuses and it was great fun
too. :) Bob is already preparing his fresh roasted and ground coffee for
the next class in July 2008. He has been experimenting with some Brazilian
that is awesome. :)

Thanks to everyone who came to my classes at the Suwannee Banjo Camp in
March. I enjoyed being with many old and new friends and it sure was fun.
Lots of musical geniuses there too!
We are still recording our new CD and hope to have it ready in the fall or
at least before the end of the year!

As of today, we have five CDs in print and available: Vintage Banjo,
Walkin' That Banjo Home, A Secret Life Of Banjo, Banjo Dreamin' Suwannee
Nights, and Dulcimer Fandango.

Mary has caught up some with the banjo tab books for the banjo CDs and
these four are now in print and available:
Vintage Banjo, Walkin' That Banjo Home, A Secret Life of Banjo, Banjo
Dreamin' Suwannee Nights, and Dulcimer Fandango.
Here is where we will be this summer:
July 13-14--Uncle Dave Macon Days
July 15-21--Cashiers, NC and hopefully the Tuesday Jam at Mary and Lo
Gordon's music store on that Tuesday night. :)
July 22-28--John C. Campbell Folk School.
July 29-August 4--Suwannonoah Gathering Guitar Week.
If you see us at any of these events, be sure and come and say hello. :)

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