Sending out some Foghorn love…
This is a strange time for us all as each day of this pandemic unfolds. There are so many unknowns. We know the ripple effect has deep implications, and is affecting everybody. We know many people in our communities are getting laid off, or aren’t able to work for some reason or another. Our hearts go out to everyone, especially those hit the hardest. We musicians find ourselves in the unusual position of not being able to do our jobs. So we are getting creative, and offering online lessons and hoping for the best. On the bright side, it is spring, and maybe in some way, having a windfall of home time will spur everyone to connect more with those closest to them, write more letters, make art, play outside, catch up on home projects, put in gardens, and play music. It is definitely an exceptional time to connect with gratitude and joy in our daily lives. It is all too easy to get bogged down with the overall gravity of the worldwide situation we are facing. We all need to keep up with the news and what is happening in our communities and we all need to shut it off for a time and do things for joy. Please take care of yourselves and those in need during this trying time.
No shows booked at the moment.
Stories from the Road
We’ve just returned from a tour in New York and Mass. We had a great little run of shows, on the way to the Old Tone Roots Music Festival. The shows were a three-part bill featuring, the Foghorn Stringband, Farewell Alligator Man: a tribute to Jimmy C Newman, and the Cajun Country Revival. It was […]more...