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Church picnic in Oslo and one more recording session

After two short sets at the American Lutheran Church in Oslo we headed out to Alix' place for more stringband recordings. SOME DAY they will add up to a CD!

New video medley from Easter tour is up on Youtube

Here is a little taste of our trio concert in Germany at Easter-time:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6es_1cTwfwE

As usual we had a great time first playing for our friend Bjørn's birthday party in Copenhagen, then jamming with our friends, the Kannes and then playing concerts at Eiscafé Sass and Lütt Matten in Germany.

New recordings on Soundcloud

Recording and performing in Germany

The stringband rehearses, records and performs new material in Dithmarschen, northern Germany.

Performances in the spring

In May we played for the Hordaringen dance group in Oslo while Alix led the dancers. Then we played on the Roots&Rock'n Roll stage downtown at Oslo's Music Day on June 4th before heading over to the American church in Oslo and played for another square dance there. And again people showed up, brought food and had a great time. We're hoping to repeat this soon.

Stringband @ Bluegrassaften at Buckley's Pub in Oslo

So we are off and running as a five piece stringband!

We played at the Christmas fair of Mattias old school in December and now we performed as the first half of Buckley's Pub's Bluegrass night in downtown Oslo. It was great fun and captured on video. So go ahead and book ut. You will not regret it :-)

Back from summer travels

Concerts, festivals and family visits in California, Minnesota, North Carolina, West Virginia and Kentucky!

Carl Cherry Center concert

We played the Center for the fourth time now, again with a mixed program of Norwegian and Appalachian folk music. This time we attracted the local folkies of the Monterey peninsula. What fun!

Square dance at the American church in Oslo

Last night we played at the American Lutheran Congregation in Oslo. I think it was announced as a social evening with food and dance, and our friend Paul Kirby set it up. It turned out to be a total blast. There were plenty of people and they were more than eager to dance, even if most had never ever been in a square before. Mary Seim taught waltzing, some clogging and Cajun two-step, but it was my debut calling southern squares anywhere else than the safe haven of the Swannanoa Gathering. It was just great fun and exceeded our expectations by miles. Mattias and Elizabeth played fiddles and Paul and I alternated playing guitar and banjo. And Paul sang some wonderful songs and Mary closed the evening with another great dance. Thanks everybody! We hope to do this again soon.

Appearances in Oslo and Drøbak

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