I’m proud to announce the G Burns Jug Band is again teaming up with jug band and folk revival legend Jim Kweskin for a very special concert presented by San Diego Folk Heritage on Saturday March 24th. We had our first rehearsal with Jim this weekend and can’t wait for you to hear what we’re working up. Info and tickets on the San Diego Folk Heritage website.
I’m so excited to be playing the Los Angeles Old Time Social in 2018! The lineup is incredible: Ozark Highballers from Arkansas, twin fiddling of David Bragger and Susan Platz, Echo Mountain Stringband, Have More Fun Stringband, and the Yo Pitzy Jug Band with our old pal, papa Jonas from the Red Barn Series.
I recently concluded the first season of American folk music concerts in La Jolla. It’s been a thrill hosting so many wonderful musicians over the last twelve months. I’ve put together a clip of some of my favorite moments. I’ll be taking a few months off to think about the next season and brainstorm ways to expand the audience and reach of these shows.
I’ve been invited to serve as a judge at the 46th Annual Santa Barbara Old Time Fiddler’s Convention. I performed at last year’s festival with Tim McNalley, and am so excited to have an “in” at the festival once again. This is in no small part owing to the amazing featured performers scheduled this year, including Kirk Sutphin, Clarke Buehling, Spencer & Rains, and Echo Mountain (whom I met at last year’s fest and whom I hosted for my folk music series earlier this year).
Look out! Save the date! Bake some cookies! Drink some milk! G Burns Jug Band is coming to a town near YOU granted you live east of the Mississippi river and south of the Ohio. If you live in one of these fine communities or know folks that do, be sure to rsvp and share our Facebook event pages and help us impress those talent bookers in New Orleans, Hattiesburg MS, Paducah KY, and Louisville’s Nachbar and National Jug Band Jubilee.