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Seattle Banjo & Friends

KEEP in TOUCh with other   Musicians during these times! Pick up the phone and check in.  

What instrument do you have on the shelf.  Open the case and let it bring forth music!

Befriend a 4 String Banjo Player. And the 5 String players are important too.  
Music continues to be important in our lives as we now are well into Spring 2024 and look ahead to more playouts and jamming during the extended daylight hours of Summer!  

The above April 16th 2024 playout at the Renton Senior Center was a delight for all 16 musicians on the platform, as 40 or so Seniors enjoyed the lunch.  
These past months have allowed us to look at some of those old favorite tunes, and search out a few new tunes to add into our playlist.  So, we are encouraged to take time on the positive approach to put in practice, work up some new or different tunes and refine many of those old favorites.  Then it is always rewarding to get out and listen to some other groups in our local area.  Music is therapy, and let's allow the joy of enjoying music be contagious.  Seek out others, tune up and play some favorite tunes together. 

Seattle Banjo Club is still here for the joy of promoting a variety of music.  Yet keeping the knowledge of these instruments alive, especially the four string plectrum and tenor banjos is most admirable!  Let's talk it up! 

For the older as well as younger folks, the instruments are there and it is getting them tuned up and playing that counts.  Music is therapy!

This picture below is the Seattle Banjo Club playing in the "King Dome" back in the late 1970's.  Those were the days my friend. 
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   Banjo  Music is Therapy!  Tune up, Tune in! Pick away.

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