HTMA Concert Announcement

Stephan Dudash playing gypsy jazz fiddle will be accompanied by John and Vickie LeCroy as they perform at the Burritt Concert Series on November 28th, 2023 in the Old Country Church

HTMA Member Concert at Gazebo

John and Vickie LeCroy have been musical collaborators for well over three decades and bring great fun and musicianship to any performance. Their music encompasses a wide array of genres and eras from all over the world, from sophisticated to simple, but always played with joy and musical panache. They have performed for appreciative audiences in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. They currently reside in Nashville Tennessee, where they love to collaborate with fine musicians, and are pleased and proud to perform with Stephan Dudash.

HTMA Opener:

HTMA past president, Jerry LeCroy, strumming multiple guitars and singing his lyrical songs.

Tickets: $10 in advance $12 at the door / Children under 12 are free

HTMA Board Re-Organizes

HTMA board agreed to re-organize with certain officers that were confirmed by a general vote of members attending the membership meeting in September.

In conformance with HTMA bylaws, interim officers’ terms are effective immediately, and the officers named are: a. President – Mike Ball, succeeding former president Lynne Edmondson b. Vice President – incumbent officer Jim England will remain in this post c. Secretary/Treasurer – Jerry LeCroy, succeeding former secretary/treasurer Pat Long.

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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

November 12th, 2023

December 17th, 2023

January 21st, 2024

February 18th, 2024

This program has been made possible by a 2023 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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