Hello fellow mandoliners... just a shout out from the Kingston area!
Hi Norm - i live not too far from you (hudson QC) - just a beginner mandoliner, but enjoying it immensely. Is kingston active?
hey cbud... I'm a beginner myself... hudson Q.C. i'm gonna have to look up! As far as activity goes, I'm attending a bimonthly music circle.... looking for more action, closer to home. I think there is more going on around here than I know about, I just have to ask around...
Hey Norm , I'm in Belleville, there is a fair bit of activity around Kingston. I play with Bill White and White Pine, who are local to Kingston. Oshawa bluerass club has a get together once a month in the winter lots of jamming and they usually have a "guest band" that does a set. I think their first day is tomarrow Oct 18. They have different levels nso being beginner is ok .
Hi, from Huron County, Ontario. Ships still coming in to take on salt, but it's cold (-5 right now but it was -15 overnight). Time to stay in and pick.
Beginner/intermediate mando player in Toronto looking for slowish jams/others to jam with. Anyone out there??
Hey from Carlisle, ON. Former home to a bluegrass festival!... seems we're a few years too late!
Anyone have any memories or pictures of the Carlisle festival? I'd be very interested.
I just joined the forum. Been playing mandolin for two weeks now. I'm from Windsor, ON.
I'm from Windsor too (La Salle actually), we're the same age, and I also play guitar and mando. I just joined yesterday. I live in beautiful Bruce County now. Pleased to make your acquaintance.
54 is not old! I hope.
nice to meet you bear.
When I was young I had cousins who lived down the street. Everyone kid in the family played at least three instruments - all country music. My one cousin was incredible on the mandolin. I have been interested in the mandolin ever since the first time I heard him play. It took a while for me to get into it but better late than never.
OK, Winter's over. Hibernation done. Anyone else awake yet?
I live near Smiths Falls, ON in a town called Jasper. Been playing Irish bouzouki for a few years now after years of guitar.
Hi there! Beginner mandoliner here from "steel city" Hamilton. Just bought a Loar 600 in Buffalo last night. We dont seem to have many good used mandolins floatin around up here.