My intention is to simply scratch the surface of Music Theory in this post. Explanations are in the context of a rhythm guitar player named Jerry and a mandolin player named David jamming. My goal is to simplify this idea of scale degrees, having said this, this post is not for the very beginner. This […]
Come out tonight to the Tin Roof Cantina. We have lots of gigs coming up we would love for you to join us.
I am usually skeptical when officially joining any group, especially those that only exist in the world of the internet. Despite that I was turned on to a new website by my web developer, Jeff Cohan at Nsiteful I couldn’t find a downside to joining, but check it out for yourself. To view content it […]
Being an Atlanta native I get especially excited to find local builders. Marty Jacobson is a phenomenal talent working out of Suwanne, GA. His use of the newest technology, and brilliant design make Jacobson mandolins sound amazing, and cost less. One of the few win, win situations I know of. Please check out his site. […]
Some of acoustic musics greatest contributors are often overlooked, usually from a lack of material that is easily marketed and turned into profit. This is no coincidence, this is a symptom in the nature of our times. Music is it’s own language, in and of itself. We must move past using names like, “Country, Bluegrass, […]
Here is our video of us playing, “Nightwalk,” written and performed by Sailing To Denver at the Goat Farm. Check out the rest of our youtube playlist for more songs.