Falcon Ridge 2014 will be held August 1st through 3rd

Tickets for the 2014 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival can be

purchased starting March 15th.

A downloadable ticket order form is available,

and online ticket sales are coming soon!

Pricing Information – FRFF 2014

March 15th to May 15th: Early Bird Prices

  • 3 Day Festival Ticket with Camping: $129.00
  • 3 Day Festival Ticket No Camping: $99.00

May 16th to July 1st: Advance Prices

  • 3 Day Festival Ticket with Camping: $139.00
  • 3 Day Festival Ticket No Camping: $109.00

After July 1st and At Gate: Regular Prices

  • 3 Day Festival Ticket with Camping: $165.00
  • 3 Day Festival Ticket No Camping: $135.00

Single Day Tickets (No Camping)

  • Friday Aug 1st: $45.00
  • Saturday Aug 2nd: $50.00
  • Sunday Aug 3rd: $40.00

Children & Teens Pricing

  • Children 12 & under: FREE ADMISSION
  • Age 13 – 18: 3 Day Fest Ticket with Camping: $65.00
  • Age 13 – 18: 3 Day Festival Ticket No Camping: $45.00

College Students & Seniors Pricing

College Students / Seniors over 65: $10 Off of any single-day

ticket at gatew/ valid ID

No Pets Allowed, Rain or Shine Event, No Refunds, Allow 10 days for delivery.

Pre-fest ticket sales end Tuesday July 29th at noon & will

resume Wednesday July 30th at the Gate.

Orders placed after July 15th will be held at Gate.

Gates open for campers Wednesday, July 30th.

PLEASE NOTE: All sales final, treat tickets like cash. Keep in a safe

place or have held at gate. Fest is not responsible

for lost, stolen, destroyed or left at home tickets.


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John Stein – Just Jazz Guitar Review

Review by Brandon Bernstein, Just Jazz Guitar Magazine, http://www.justjazzguitar.com

John Stein
Whaling City Sound

Just Jazz Guitar contributor and Berklee College of Music professor John Stein’s newest release CD Emotion is one of the most intriguing and unique jazz guitar albums I have heard in a long time. The album is a collaboration with the Mingotan Project, featuring Matias Mingote German on drums, Rebecca Kleinmann on flutes, Evan Harlan on accordion, and John Lockwood on bass. Although a true jazz album at its core, the recording is a fusion of traditional jazz with the Afro-Argentinian tango styles…hence, the title name Emotion. (Tango being one of the most highly emotional and sensual dances). Those of us who are familiar with John’s playing know him to have exquisite tone, great time, tasteful lines, and to be a superb composer. Like a fine wine, John just keeps getting better and better with age. Throughout Emotion John displays great sound, feel, and thoughtfulness as a player and as a composer. As a fellow musician and guitarist it is so inspiring to hear the continued growth of a great musician. Everything I have heard of John’s has always been incredible and with each successive recording you constantly hear the evolution of a great jazz guitarist. The melodies and vibe throughout the album bring to mind Miles “Sketches of Spain,” and/or the music of Astor Piazzolla. This all mixed with a very skilled jazz guitarist in John. Emotion is beautiful album that will not disappoint any fan of great jazz.

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All About Jazz / Jazz Near You Pro News: Expanded Services for Jazz Musicians

An Announcement from Allaboutjazz.com:

Dear Fellow Jazz Musician,

We recently retooled and relaunched the Jazz Musician Database at All About Jazz (see http://musicians.allaboutjazz.com ). In addition to improving the appearance of your profile page, you can now embed your SoundCloud player, your Bandcamp player and your upcoming events calendar (from Jazz Near You).

Read the announcement here:


We’re always developing new and free ways to help you promote yourself, promote your music and drive traffic to your website. To learn more about these opportunities, see our jazz musician toolkit page here…


We can now help you promote your Kickstarter or Indiegogo campaign (for free), and any events you add to Jazz Near You can also be automatically posted to your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. You can get the how-to on that here…


And speaking of Jazz Near You… any event you add to JNY is distributed across our platform which covers the web, email, and phone. For instance, we have well over 25,000 email subscribers on our JNY NYC mailing list alone. To learn how we distribute your events, go here…


Jazz Near You is filling rooms and helping sell out shows, so make sure your events are listed.

We hope you appreciate our latest improvements, and look for more innovations throughout the Spring and Summer months.

All the best,

Michael Ricci

Founder/Publisher, All About Jazz / Jazz Near You

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4/11: Barn Dance Fundraiser for the Community String Project


Stompin’ for Strings
Friday, April 11, 7-10 p.m.
A Traditional New England Barn Dance Fund-raiser for the Community String Project
The Barn at Mt. Hope Farm
A limited # of tickets for $40 may be purchased through communitystringproject.org
or by calling

This engaging and spirited annual event will feature the Atwater-Donnelly Trio, performers in great demand throughout southern New England.  Experienced dance caller Elwood Donnelly will teach the steps.  Guests will enjoy appetizers from Russell Morin, homemade desserts, and exciting raffle prizes, while learning Virginia reels, circle, square, and contra dances from the colonial period to the present.  Cash bar.  Proceeds will go towards providing free or subsidized string lessons and instruments to under-served students in CSP, a non-profit after-school program.

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