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Walnut Valley Virtual Festival 48.5 Workshops

Andy is teaching two workshops at this year’s Virtual Walnut Valley Festival: Guitar 101 and Mandolin 101. Registration and more information  HERE . Registration closes at 3 p.m. Central Time on September 7. Andy May — Beginner Guitar 101 Sunday, Sept 13, 2020 — 1pm — 2:45pm CDT Grab your guitar out of the closet or from under the bed…

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Acoustic Kids – Guitar Town, 2019

This year was the first year for the Guitar Town Performance Workshop and Mentoring Sessions with Guitar Town Artists. Quite a mouthful – and quite a lot of fun! This year’s panelists/mentor’s were John Knowles, Christie Lenée, and Joe Robinson. Many thanks to Marlene Hutchinson who stood in for Christie on the panel. (Christie’s flight was delayed but she got there just in…

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Mentoring Session Registration – The Guitar Town Performance Workshop

  Learn from Legends! Mentors are Guitar Town artists.   Special Notice Due to uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 situation, the Guitar Town Board will meet on June 25 to decide how/whether to hold this year’s festival. Until that decision has been made, we are postponing registration for Learn from Legends Mentoring Sessions. Please check back from time-to-time. We will post…

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The Guitar Town Performance Workshop

We are very sorry to share this news from Guitar Town: GUITAR TOWN FESTIVAL POSTPONED ATTENTION: DUE TO COVID-19 REGULATIONS LIMITING CROWD SIZE, AND WITH A HEAVY HEART, WE ARE OBLIGED TO POSTPONE THE GUITAR TOWN 2020 FESTIVAL UNTIL 2021. WE HOPE THAT YOUR THIRSTY EARS WILL PLAN TO JOIN US NEXT SUMMER! Please check back early in 2021 for…

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McPeake & May at the Country Music Hall of Fame

Feb. 10, 2019. Nashville, TN. Curtis McPeake & Andy May, with Aubrey Haynie on fiddle and Tim Dishman on bass, played songs from The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad) and answered questions in this Country Music Hall of Fame‘s Musician Spotlight performance. The show was videotaped by the museum’s video crew, live-streamed, and archived for posterity.

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