HTMA Concert Announcement

The Grasstronauts return to the Old Country Church at Burritt on the Mountain on April 23rd.

HTMA Member Concert at Gazebo


Phil Riddick’s Grasstronauts is comprised of some of Huntsville’s best-known acoustic musicians and they will bring progressive bluegrass music to the HTMA stage. The Grasstronauts merge traditional bluegrass instruments with non-traditional bluegrass offerings – think Beatles, Steely Dan, CSNY – to create exciting music of cross-genre appeal. A must see!

HTMA Opener:

Opening by Karen Newsum, HTMA member and singer-songwriter
who enjoys writing songs from her life experiences as well as whimsical songs for children.

Tickets: $11 in advance $12 at the door / Children under 12 are free

Weekly Bluegrass Jam at Straight To Ale


Where: Straight to Ale at Campus 805.

When: Sundays, 4:00pm to 8:00pm, but likely will end before 8:00pm.

Who: Anyone wanting to play or listen to bluegrass.

Come join the weekly bluegrass jam on Sundays for music and drinks! This is a weekly open bluegrass jam. All players welcome, both new and seasoned.

For Sale - Taylor GS-mini with Koa wood

Stephan Onisick is selling a Taylor GS-mini with Koa wood for $850 with a beautiful custom case. Three years old and it's in great condition. Paid $1100 new. If interested contact Stephan Onisick at stephan@onisick.net

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HTMA Monthly Events

HTMA Membership Jam Meetings

In the auditorium at the Huntsville/Madison County Downtown Library from 130pm to 4pm. Dates are typically the 3rd Sunday of the month. Bring an instrument and / or your voice and play along. Many songs we play can be found in the Parking Lot Pickers Songbook by Dix Bruce. Check HTMA emails for more details.

Upcoming Dates

April 21st, 2024

May 19th, 2024

June 16th, 2024

This program has been made possible by a 2024 Arts & Cultural Grant from Arts Huntsville funded by the City of Huntsville.

501C Ruling: The IRS has recognized the Huntsville Traditional Music Association as a tax exempt non-profit corporation, under section 501.c3 of Internal Revenue Code, effective August 25, 2006. Your charitable donations to help us continue our mission of maintaining a folk and traditional music presence in the Tennessee Valley are both appreciated and tax deductible.

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