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Sunday Oct. 22, 2017 Gary and I were invited to Jam in San Jose at The Villages. We played, we sang and the audience joined in with us for a very fun afternoon. They were a great group of people who made us feel right at home. Thank you Alan Rich for including us and we hope to do it again soon! Now another Hank Williams Classic I love to sing, Cheatin Heart, thanks to everyone who joined in.
This song with a moral is a favorite of Gary Broeder’s and he is singing the lead vocal and playing the Mandolin he made from scratch.
This popular bluegrass song features Rob Clifton on lead vocals and Dobro, and Alan Rich on the Banjo. Watch for a few of the talented audience members joining in on the Jam fun.
When the Jam ends very often the Musicians don’t want to stop playing. Some of us insist on playing at least one more. We finished our after jam with my favorite, The Milkcow Blues.
Since the mid 80's I've been dedicating this song to my father, Charlie Wilson, who drove Engine 10 for the SCC fire department. Thanks to all my musician brothers and sisters for jamming on this song with me
At the Railroad Museum jam in Santa Clara with Peter on guitar, Gary on mandolin and Simmy on the fiddle who was joining us for the first time and she had never heard this song before she played it. Great job, Simmy, we hope you'll join us again.
Here we are playing a Bill Monroe classic at the Railroad Museum jam on October 14, 2017
Having a great time jamming with our musician brothers and sisters. See y'all at the next Jam Session!
Having fun with our musical friends at the Fiddlers Jam open Mic. October 1, 2017
Here we are playing the open mic at the Santa Clara Valley Fiddlers Jam in San Jose. Gary and I were joined by many of our musician friends. Robin on fiddle, Len on harmonica, Linda Grace on Ukulele, Peter on guitar and David on wash tub bass.
Gary and I singing a vintage Honky Tonk classic, It Won't Hurt, and a big thank you to all the musicians who joined in and made it sound so good.
Jamming at the Railroad Museum in Santa Clara on a hot July afternoon. We decided to finish our three hours of music with "It's a Louisiana Saturday Night" featuring Gary Broeder on Mandolin and Autumn Rose on the Banjo. Thanks to the hosts, Mary and Chuck Kennedy for another good time every second Saturday of the month at noon.