Fall is just around the corner and music abounds. Our own Carolyn, Rich and Doug are playing at the Nashville Zoo’s Croft House on 29 September; Lana is calling for volunteers to play at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church on 30 September, and the GODC's Doug Floyd and his jazz quartet are playing at Verona Vineyards in Northern Ky. On 13 October, the GODC plays by invitation at the Ellington Agricultural Center's Grand Reopening. And the Dulcimer Chautauqua on the Wabash is coming up fast on 18 October. See our Calendar page for details. Any trouble or questions, don't hesitate to notify us at the Contact link here.
While you’re on this homepage, note the GODC’s very first blog entry by Lora Abell in the top menu. click here to read Lora’s, “Have Dulcimer Will Travel” on her weekend at Larry Conger’s workshop. Finally, we have a new contributor to our Pro Musicians Advise Amateurs column: Bill Scates, leader of the Celtic Band “Roads to Home”, shares his advice on how to learn to be a skillful player of any instrument. Click here to read it.