South County Jammers to perform during Old-Time Music Picnic
August 25, 2017 - Picnic Time
NARRAGANSETT – The best low-pitched performances are a ones where a assembly participates in assisting emanate a music. Such will be a box this Saturday, Aug. 26, when a South County Museum, located during 115 Strathmore St., hosts a third annual Old-Time Music Picnic along with Picnic house-band, The South County Jammers, who inspire attendees to move their acoustic instruments to join in on a jam session. The giveaway eventuality will also play horde to 4 other internal bands and starts during 12:30 noon and runs to 3:30 p.m.
“The South County Jammers are perplexing to inspire people to attend with old-time, acoustic music,” pronounced Jim Crothers, South County Museum Director of Programs. “And so, via a whole year, they are open to anybody dropping in. There’s no charge, no reservations, it’s only jamming for a evening.”
The Jammers frequently play during a museum via a year and dual times a month. At those sessions, that start each second and fourth Monday night of a month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., a same manners request for a audience.
“We even had a tiny child with a viola who showed adult one time with his mom,” continued Crothers, recounting one of those dusk sessions from a past year. “That sold organisation is open to anyone of any age with any turn of knowledge entrance to those performances and fasten in personification along with a group, and so a cruise is a delay of that.”
“The chords are really simple, it’s not difficult music, per se,” Crothers continued. “So anybody can dump in, and a rope encourages it.”
The seven-piece Jammers implement a accumulation of acoustic instruments including banjos, guitar, fiddles and mandolin.
“We start off a low-pitched activities by personification Old Time tunes in a large circle,” a Facebook post from a Jammers reads, that also calls for people to move their possess instruments and attend with them. “Expect some-more jamming after 3:30 [p.m.] and lots of fun all around.”
In further to a Jammers, a rope Farm Dog will also be behaving their “organic” music. A singular reduction of classical and strange tunes, a rope has been famous to cover artists such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, The Talking Heads, Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones. They even have makeshift unprompted covers of requested classics on a spot, according to a group’s Facebook page. The rope is obvious in South County, carrying frequently achieved during festivals, libraries and farmers’ markets in a area.
But a song doesn’t stop there. Also personification a cruise is a K.C. Moaners Jug Band, that brings a old-school sounds of Memphis and Louisville to South County Museum for a evening. Specializing mostly in pre-war blues, ragtime and old-fashioned cocktail tunes, a rope derives a influence, as one competence think from a namesake, from southern bands such as a Memphis Jug Band and Cannon’s Jug Stompers.
In addition, Greg Badigian and Bob Woods, collectively famous as a rope Root Cellar, use fiddle song to play a brew of Irish, bluegrass and old-time.
Finally, knowledge dominates with Paula Wheeler and Friends, an old-fashioned fiddle rope that has been personification in Rhode Island for many years. Wheeler also serves as low-pitched executive of a Old Fiddlers Club of Rhode Island, a oldest, invariably using fiddle bar in a country.
Admission to a Saturday eventuality is giveaway and open to a public, yet donations are gladly accepted. Attendees are speedy to move along their possess cruise along with their acoustic instruments. During a eventuality and before, all South County Museum vaunt are open. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and AAA members and $5 for children ages 6-12. To learn more, greatfully call or revisit southcountymuseum.org .