Well, put some more Spence’s Rye material out there. Haven’t had much time to post on the blog, getting more material together for inclusion on EP to release in Spring 2013. Check it out at: http://www.Facebook.com/spencesrye, http://www.reverbnation.com/spencesrye, or http://www.YouTube.com/user/spencesrye.
Just uploaded another tune to the Spence’s Rye Youtube channel. “Freight train”, written by Elizabeth Cotton. She played a right-handed guitar in left-handed fashion so learned noting and chording upside down. A testament to the tenacity of people. Anyway, you can see the tune at the Spence’s Rye Youtube channel here:
Or you can always link to the Spence’s Rye channel from the links in the right pane, or from the Spence’s Rye Facebook page. Have a great day!
Happy Thanksgiving all! Just added renditions of “Falls of Richmond” and “John Hardy” to the Youtube channel. Hope everybody had a great Thanksgiving. Check out the tunes at:
Uploaded T. Van Zant a song for and Flogging Molly sun never shines covers to my YouTube channel. Check ‘em out!
Just chilling at the house, haven’t had a chance to load any pics from the Bulltown event. Soooo, thought I’d post this one real quick as I meant to record and post while I was on travel a coupla weeks ago. Enjoy!
Played on/off at the battle of Bulltown weekend. Got to play some music with others and had a great time and loads of good food! Sorry to all who missed. Always next time though. Photos will be posted later. Sorry no vids this time.
No rest for the wicked. In the middle of a little hiatus for a bit of travelling. Will be checking all page resources and posting simple status updates this week. Some photos and another vid loaded, very generously by a friend, to the Spences Rye Facebook page from the above-mentioned performance. Go check them out at:
Played at the Clarksburg Farmers Market yesterday. Great experience, and the people are super nice! Getting me more accustomed to playing for a group of people. No further pomp and circumstance, here are some vids on YT of the attempts at playing:
Old Joe Clark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7WKpO05rCM
Trying to get familiar with the layout. Posted some resources that I use frequently that should have something for all.
Just getting started with this thing. I hope to establish a launching point to make contacts with other old-time musicians, distribute recordings here and there, and generally expand my network. This will also give me a convenient medium whereby friends and family may see some of the things I am working on. Off and running, so to speak…