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Location: Fairview Park, Ohio
Members: 38
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Buckeye Jams anyone? 6 Replies

Started by Richard F. Benjamin. Last reply by Jim McHie Jan 3, 2011.

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Comment by Dave Wells on September 3, 2010 at 5:15pm
Bluegrass Barbecue and Boom
Sept 5 2:30
Dawes Arboretum

Any one going
I went 2 years ago it was fun
Comment by Dick Cooper on August 11, 2010 at 4:31pm
I just heard of this group and since it says Buckeye in the title along with something to do with music I couldn't resist. Besides Sam invited me to join. I have been around guitars a while but I am still learning every day. I play a lot of coffee shop gigs (and some praise & worship for one of the readers). Mostly classic rock - Beatles, Moody Blues, Clapton, Animals, Stones, Kinks, Doors, you get the idea. I do all these on acoustic and have had to re-arrange a few songs accordingly. Songs like Sunshine of your love done on one acoustic and a set of hand drums doesn't exactly cover the original.
I live near Akron. I buy and sell guitars so I constantly have a handful of various guitars. My mainstays are a hand build guitar by Tom Doerr, and an Alvarez MF1000 and a Michael Kelly Patriot Phoenix electric. I have had some very nice guitars along the way
I may be good for some kind of Columbus gig. I work a lot but may be able to break loose some time. I will look for more details.
Do we ever share tips or tabs? Is that even legal?
Comment by Sam Lester on July 16, 2010 at 9:20am
Okay guys and gals,
I'll start calling places in the Columbus area. especially places that have food and drink (we won't be having alcohol unless you show us that you are NOT driving). I know there are many places with private rooms for small "get-togethers".
Maybe we can go for some time in the early fall. What time of week would be best for most of y'all? Sat. afternoon/early evening? Sunday? A week night?
Post a comment and let me know if you want to join us and when would be best.
Richard, I notice that you also play mandolin. Sure would be cool if we could play Rod Stewart's "Maggie May". I already know the guitar and vocals. That song has such fantastic mandolin.
Thanks guys and gals,
Sam Lester
Comment by Richard F. Benjamin on July 15, 2010 at 6:47pm
A jam in Columbus would be great
Comment by Richard F. Benjamin on July 15, 2010 at 6:46pm
Hey pickers, I'm back. Wife had been ill, but now better. Ready for vacation in Nazareth Pa. Martin Guitars, for a week with friends. Picking and grinning will ensue. Wife and I starting an Americana group called Cedar Bridge. Good to be alive
Comment by Joe Allen on July 13, 2010 at 9:41pm
That sounds like fun. I live in Obetz so I am available anywhere around Columbus.
Comment by Sam Lester on July 13, 2010 at 9:30pm
Hey Buckeye Pickers,
I haven't heard much from any of us lately. We need to get more than 21 people involved.
I had another one of those great (by my own standards) playing days toay. Everything sounded real good to me.
I've learned a couple of songs of the late, great Dan Fogelberg.("Make Love Stay" and a fingerpicked version of "Leader of the Band") I've now learned about 6 different Everly Brothers songs.(most recently "Walk Right Back" and "Wake- Up Little Suzie") Now all I need is a brother to sing them with. (or a sister). I'm trying to save enough to buy a Digitech or Electroharmonix vocal harmonizer.
Those things are absolutely amazing. I saw the Digitech model at Guitar Center on Morse Rd. in Columbus. I was blown away!
So, ya'll keep in touch. Maybe before the weather turns cold again, we could have a jam session in a central location...... Columbus?

Keep pickin' & grinnin'!
Sam
Comment by Joe Allen on June 3, 2010 at 8:12pm
I am 53 so same time frame. America, Eagles, Steve Earle, Rodney Crowell, Kris Kristofferson are some of the ones I still like thier new stuff as well as the older. Some of the newer stuff I like is Chris Knight, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Reckless Kelly, Jason Boland and Robert Earle Keen and a lot of the Texas music that you never have a chance of hearing on regular radio.
Comment by Sam Lester on June 3, 2010 at 5:23pm
I also absolutely love Everly Brothers, Righteous Brothers, Beatles and Eagles. (I just thought I'd better include them. Thats about it for now.

Talk to you soon,
Sam
Comment by Sam Lester on June 3, 2010 at 5:18pm
Hi Buckeyes!
Today was one of those days where every song I played sounded good to me. I did some Roy Orbison, Mark Chestnut, Kevin Sharp (remember him? "Nobody Knows"), Gordon Lightfoot, Lobo, David Alan Coe,Kris Kristofferson and others.
I guess you know what kind of music I love.
Of course there are other days where everything sounds like sh--. The curse of an amatuer, I guess.
It's kind of like playing basketball waaaay back when I was 20 years old. There were some days when I could hit 10 in a row,most of them "nuthin' but net". Then there were other days I could maybe clank the rim once or twice while shooting 1 for 10.
Anyway, today, "Betsy" (my Hummingbird) and I fell deeper in love.
Do any of you love the same kind of music? I LOVE country, folk-rock, and soft rock. (especially 60's, 70's, and ,80's)
 

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