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HTMA President’s Notes - Spring/Summer 2023

April 06, 20231 min read

Hi yall, We have a great lineup for HTMA Coffeehouses. So when you see that we are hosting a band from out of town, trust us to bring you great performers. April 25 brings headliner Milltowne to the stage with Sandy River Ramblers opening. May 23 brings Yellow Dandies, serious string band gone absurdist. Huntsville Community Drumline 1st through 6th grade percussionists are opening that May performance. June 27 Coffeehouse will be a unique Blues IN-THE-Round format featuring Microwave Dave Gallaher, Lukas Johnson, & Josh Taylor. June opener is Lynne Edmondson.

Our Jam/Meetings are well-attended, fun chances to play and listen with other instrumentalists— playing unplugged strings and harmonicas. The next few dates are April 23 (4th Sunday), May 21, June 18, and July 16. These are generally 3rd Sundays of each month except where noted differently. Don’t be shy, just try!

Several musician members from HTMA will be playing at Burritt Farm Days on April 29. We are gathering names for folks who are interested in playing at nursing homes in the area. Contact me (Lynne) if you want on the list. We will keep you posted for other chances to play around town.

We still have a Publicity Chair position open beginning 2024. The duties were listed in the 2023 first quarter newsletter. Please contact current Publicity Chair Bob Hicks for more information.

To read the Summer / Spring 2023 Newsletter click here.

Hope to See and Hear you soon!

Lynne Edmondson

HTMAHuntsville Traditional Music AssociationMilltowneSandy River Ramblers
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Lynne Edmondson

HTMA President - Lynne Edmondson

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