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Welcome to The JamHouse Forum:

Hi, I'm Tony Avery, founder of The JamHouse. The JamHouse is a free jam club where musicians and vocalists actually gather to jam and perform with one another in a friendly, easy going, non competitive, and fun atmosphere. The motto of The JamHouse is: Musicians Honoring Musicians. And it is within this spirit that we meet, play music, and socialize with one another.

The JamHouse Forum is an extension of The JamHouse and is used by The JamHouse members and guests to better know one another. The forum can also help in scheduling jams, rehearsals, gigs, parties, cookouts, and other events within our membership.

The original JamHouse provided a place where member musicians and vocalists could come to enjoy socializing with one another and to jam, form bands, rehearse, collaborate, and to have a great time playing the music they love. The JamHouse opened on Dec. 8th, 2007 with 23 members in attendance and has been going strong ever since. While originally our jams were held on private property we were subject to space limitations and our jams were open to a limited number of members per jam.

Our member base has grown to the point where we now meet at local venues around Raleigh where our numbers can be better accommodated. Venues such as Fat Daddy's, Reds, Tailgaters, MVP's, The Pickled Onion, Bonedaddy's Hideaway, The Korner Pocket, and as of March 3rd, 2012 we jam regularly at Saints & Scholars Irish Pub at 909 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh.

By joining this free forum and music community, you will be able to read and post topics, you'll be able to communicate privately with other members, respond to polls, upload content, and access many other special features such as our site supported email service, right from our forum. Registration is fast, simple, and absolutely free. Our events are free also unless the event is held at a private club that requires a cover charge.

JamHouse members receive notices and email invitations to jam. When you receive an invitation it is important that you RSVP your intentions to attend, or not, for any particular jam. Another musician can be accepted in your time slot if you cannot be here. Playing time is limited, usually four hours, and we like to use all our time efficiently. Member bands also receive invitations to perform at our events. Our member bands, and guest bands, can also submit requests to perform at our events.

As a forum member you are encouraged to submit a member bio, song list, and any other info that will help members to better know one another. Of course attending our jams is a fast and fun way to meet other members.

Thanks for visiting The JamHouse Forum. Please call on me if I can be of any assistance to you.

Tony Avery - JamHouse Host, Band Promoter, JamHouse Booking Agent, and The JamHouse Forum Site Adminstrator.
Cell: 919-880-1381
Email: thejamhouse@nc.rr.com


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To find me and to keep up with JamHouse activities see me on Facebook. Thanks, Tony Avery. :)

Although I no longer keep this site up on a day to day basis it continues to be a place where member can connect. No new registrations are being accepted. This site now merely acts as a history of past activities our current members and site visitors can enjoy. Current members of our music club should still be able yo access the internal messaging and email service to connect to other members of this site.

I'll continue to use this site some in the future but Facebook serves me and The JamHouse members very well right now. Be sure to Friend me on Facebook and let's message one another there. Or feel free to call me.

Thanks for reading.
Tony @ The JamHouse `~`
919-880-1381
On Facebook: Tony Avery

JamHouse schedule for Tavern In The Grove in Garner through the end of Octomber 2013. All are Friday evening gigs, outside on the patio weather permitting. Inside if bad weather moves in.
June 14 - MoJo Rising, and Friends
June 21 - Vintage
June 28 - Staggered Rails
July 05 - MoJo Rising, and Friends
July 12 - Big Foot Groove
July 19 - Trophy Husbands
July 26 - Wilder Road
Aug. 02 - The BelAirs
Aug. 09 - Road Trip
Aug. 16 - The Origin
Aug. 23 - Vintage
Aug. 30 - Wilder Road
Sept. 06 - OTG
Sept. 13 - JetHorse
Sept. 20 - OTG
Sept. 27 - Road Trip
Oct. 04 - To be filled by owner of TITG.
Oct. 11 - Double Take
Oct. 18 - BigFoot Groove
Oct. 25- Open date as of Sept. 16th. Call me to schedule your band for this date, Friday, Oct. 25th.

My thanks to all the bands who have scheduled to play. We're gonna have some fun. Yay!

T `~`

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Our jams and shows at Saints & Scholars Pub on Saturday night's have been fantastic. Join us for great music and fun.

Our JamHouse jams and shows held at Saints & Scholars have been absolutely fantastic. I'd like to thank all our jam musicians and the bands who have played with us so far and those who will be coming up to play with us in the future. I'll be starting another JamHouse "Band" Collage soon to reflect all the fun we're having. But for now, just know that I appreciate all of you very much.

This forum is a great way for me to collect names and email addresses to add to my contacts list. When you register on this site, your info is added to my mailing list. We'll always be able to keep in touch and you will get my personal updates and invitations to jam and to have your band perform with The JamHouse.

Right now, I am concentrating our JamHouse jams and shows at our new home away from home, Saints & Scholars Pub. 909 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh. We are having a lot of fun and I encourage all local musicians to check us out on Saturday nights. Walk-ins are welcome, but I give priority stage time to those who let me know in advance that they will attend a particular Saturday night. So please take time to RSVP.

I mix and match jam musicians into various segments of jam time during the evening based on talent and skills of those I know will be in attendance. I will also take your references and requests to jam with certain other musicians in to account too. So good communications is key to us having the best time possible during our jams and shows.

With Facebook being the place to post these days I don't keep this site up to date. So please keep up with me on Facebook. Again though, this site is still a good place to gather info on you musicians. So thanks for registering with The JamHouse. You are now part of a fantastic mix of local musicians and bands who play together and who support one another.

Thank you,
Tony @ The JamHouse `~`
919-880-1381
tonydavery@gmail.com

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Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:53 pm

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Saints & Scholars Pub could be the next home for The JamHouse? Click this heading to see pics of the open mic.

Hello to all JamHouse members and friends of The JamHouse. A special announcement:

The JamHouse will be hosting some three live shows at Saints & Scholars Pub February. We'll be playing on February 9, 16, and 23, all three are Saturday nights. Exact details are still being worked out and you will be notified of specifics. But for now you can assume we'll start about 8 PM and finish up at 1 AM, just as we did during our shows at S&S last year.

We'll have both jam time and band time as usual. Featured bands who supply their PA, drums, and bass amp for the evening will be paid. Other performers will use this pre staged equipment along with their own guitar amps, drum sticks, and any other specialty instrument and related equipment.

Here is our tentative schedule as of this posting, Sunday, Jan. 27:

On Feb. 9th:
We will have the Doors tribute band, MoJo Rising, as our featured band. We will also have two opening acts prior to MoJo Rising. Enjoy the fantastic duo of Karrin Dalton and Alex Smith who will start things off for us at 8 PM. Then around 8:45 PM or so you will enjoy the terrific band Rock Drop and Roll. MoJo Rising will come on around 10 PM or a little later. This will be a very interesting and entertaining mix of genres with something for everybody. Enjoy!

Feb. 16th:
We have two very good bands confirmed. The Trophy Husbands will be our featured band of the night. We will also have the band JetHorse joining in the mix. Both band are fabulous.

Feb. 23:
We will have the fantastic band OTG as our featured band with the fabulous Jimi King Trio opening up. Other acts may be added to this show and more info will be sent out later. If you or your band would like to join in the fun for this one contact me ASAP. I have to plan the lineup and get everyone's stage time confirmed.
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We had fantastic times at S&S last year with many of our JamHouse bands and jam musicians performing. You will also remember the fantastic foods and drinks we enjoyed at S&S. We had a lot of support from our JamHouse members and other friends of our music club. We will need that same fantastic support again in a effort to make Saints & Scholars Pub our music club's next home.

If you are interested in joining in the fun please contact me either on Facebook or via my email address, tonydavery@gmail.com, or by phone 919-880-1381. Everyone is welcome, from solo artists to a stage full of jam musicians or a full band. Everybody is encouraged to contact me. Whether you are a well known and established band or a newly formed band or jam group, come and play with The JamHouse. We have a blast.

On behalf of myself and our wonderful band of brothers and sisters who make up The JamHouse...Thank You.

Tony `~`

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Wed Dec 12, 2012 2:14 pm

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The JamHouse Christmas Party was a huge success. Thanks for coming out for the fun.

The JamHouse Christmas party on December 15 was a real blast. we had a great crowd and some very fine music performed by the band Total Strangers and the band Road Trip. Since Christmas is all about surprises we enjoyed a surprise when Tommy V also took the stage for a set. Way cool. Thanks to all our musicians and bands. The last five years have been great. I look forward to many more great times in music and in friendship in 2013 and beyond.

Please stay in touch with me and The JamHouse. There is more fun, music, and friendship, to come. Happy Holidays!

See ya soon.
Tony @ The JamHouse `~`
919-880-1381

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Sat Jan 14, 2012 8:55 pm

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Jem Hopkins, solo vocalist and guitarist, is making herself known at our local music venues.

I first met solo artist Jem Hopkins at an open mic at The Pickled Onion here in Raleigh. I was immediately drawn to Jem's talent as a vocalist and was very impressed with Jem's comfortable stage presence and her great rapport with the audience. Jem's performances usually consist mainly of her original songs, many of which tell us some funny and delightful stories, but Jem will sometimes add a blend of favorite covers to her sets as well. And she does a great job on all. Jem Hopkins plays at some of our other venues such as Oliver Twist and Jem has also played at Creedmoor City Saloon in Creedmoor.

Here's hoping Jem will continue making the rounds here in Raleigh and I hope Jem will agree to play at more JamHouse events too. Thank you Jem Hopkins, it's my pleasure to know you.


Tony `~`

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The JamHouse will play three shows at Saints & Scholars Pub in Raleigh in February. Contact me to schedule your band or jam group.

Hello to all JamHouse members and friends of The JamHouse. A special announcement:

The JamHouse will be hosting some three live shows at Saints & Scholars Pub February. We'll be playing on February 9, 16, and 23, all three are Saturday nights. Exact details are still being worked out and you will be notified of specifics. But for now you can assume we'll start about 8 PM and finish up at 1 AM, just as we did during our shows at S&S last year.

We'll have both jam time and band time as usual. Featured bands who supply their PA, drums, and bass amp for the evening will be paid. Other performers will use this pre staged equipment along with their own guitar amps, drum sticks, and any other specialty instrument and related equipment.

We had fantastic times at S&S last year with many of our JamHouse bands and jam musicians performing. You will also remember the fantastic foods and drinks we enjoyed at S&S. We had a lot of support from our JamHouse members and other friends of our music club. We will need that same fantastic support again in a effort to make Saints & Scholars Pub our music club's next home.

If you are interested in joining in the fun please contact me either here on Facebook or via my email address, tonydavery@gmail.com, or by phone 919-880-1381. Everyone is welcome, from solo artists to a stage full of jam musicians or a full band. Everybody is encouraged to contact me. Whether you are a well known and established band or a newly formed band or jam group, come and play with The JamHouse. It's a blast.

Thanks for reading, I hope to hear from many of you.

Tony Avery at The JamHouse... `~`

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Show dates available at The Country Lounge on Thursday nights, 8 PM till 11 PM.

George Horton over at Country Lounge with Rodies Grill has asked me to help to book bands in on Thursday nights, 8 PM till 11 PM. This is a paid gig. Contact me for details and to schedule your band. Solo, duo, trio, and full bands will be accepted. You new bands don't be shy. The Country Lounge is a great place to gain experience and to gain exposure.

Schedule thus far:
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Oct. 18 - Wheels Of Fire
Oct. 25 - Rodies House Band
Nov. 01 - Scheduled but the details were lost. If you scheduled please contact me 919-880-1381.
Nov. 08 - Subterranean Geezers with SWAG (Two bands playing this night)
Nov. 15 - The Jimi King Trio
Nov. 22 - House band scheduled.
Nov. 29 - House band scheduled.

Dec. 06 - The Reid Miller Project. (confirmation pending)
Dec. 13 - House band scheduled.
Dec. 20 - House band scheduled.
Dec. 27 - Open Date, call me to schedule. 919-880-1381.


Country Lounge as announced that starting in January 2013 they may only be booking blues bands on Thursday nights. Contact Country Lounge and/or George Horton via Facebook for more information and scheduling.

Thanks,
Tony

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Playing bass with Squier Red & The Blues Band during their weekly Blues Meetup Group event.

Date: Oct. 17, 2012.

I'd like to thank Squier Red and the members of his Blues Meetup Group for having me in to play bass with them recently. I had a great time and not only did I enjoy playing music, I enjoyed talking with all the members and having a meal with them after our music session.

The Blues Meetup Group is made up of a limited number of musicians and vocalists. I am both happy and proud to have recently been accepted into this group and plan to enjoy opportunities to play bass with them.

Thank you again Squier Red and all members of The Blues Meetup Group.

Tony `~`

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Wed May 02, 2012 7:16 am

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Tony and The JamHouse welcomes Aversboro Restaurant and Bar to our mix of on the road venues.

Edited Sunday, May 27, 2012 by Tony Avery:
The JamHouse Gang had a fantastic night of music, friends, and fun with Wendy and staff of Aversboro Restaurant And Sports Bar in Garner last night. What a great venue. Absolutely the best music vibes of any venue The JamHouse has played. What a great evening. The food was great, the drinks and beer superb. Thank you Wendy, we all had a blast. Thanks too to our bands who performed last night. Tommy Thunderfoot And The Accelerators and Wheels Of Fire. Absolutely a terrific show by both bands. I can't wait for the next time.

Our good friend John Fulp, drummer for Tommy Thunderfoot And The Accelerators, summed it all up this way: "Words cannot describe what a wonderful place this is.The owners and staff are the BEST ive ever seen.The food is incredible and served with a smile.Attention to detail is ever present.They feature live music and great drinks.Tonight they are debuting their signature dish called the "Aversboro" that i sampled last night and it was sooooooo good im going back tonight for a full helping.Friends of the Jamhouse recommend AVERSBORO RESTAURANT AND SPORTS BAR as the one stop for food,fun,drinks,sports,dancing,live bands and the most hospitable staff on the Globe. Hope to see you there tonight." Thanks John for your endorsement of Aversboro Restaurant And Sports Bar.
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Mon Jun 18, 2012 2:34 pm

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"Thank You" to Jim Clements of Koinonia Coffeehouse and to Squier Red & The Blues Band.

I made my first visit to Koinonia Coffeehouse last night, Thursday July 19th. What a treat I walked in on. Owner and guitar player Jim Clements played host to a fabulous band, Squier Red & The Blues Band. Made up of quality performers from all around the Durham/Raleigh area Squier Red & The Blues Band was as hot as firecrackers on the 4th of July. They were as festive too. A fantastic mix of great musicians and just plain ole fine people who love playing music and who love one another.

Squier Red & The Blues Band played a two hour mix of cover tunes as well as some tremendous original tunes. And even Jim Clements took some time from hosting to join the band on stage. It turns out that Jim can play a mean guitar. He was great. As was all the members of the band, all nine of them. Yes Squier Red & The Blues Band was comprised of nine quality musicians and vocalists. Using first names only the band consisted of Squier Red on guitar and vocals, Kim on lead vocals, Jim on guitar, Steve on guitar, Paul on bass, Rick on harmonica, Lee on drums, Jerry on sax, and Dave on the Keyboard. Plus the owner, Jim Clements joining in made ten quality performers. What a fantastic night of music and love as the friendly vibes flowed freely throughout the evening.

My thanks goes out to Jim Clements of Koinonia Coffeehouse for his support of local music by providing such a fantastic venue for folks to play. And my thanks goes out to all the band members of Squier Red & The Blues Band. You all are great and so much fun to know. Absolutely fantastic!

See you guys again real soon.

Tony

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Thu Feb 23, 2012 1:21 am

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Hey, what's up with Long Haired Kid? Long Haired Kid plays at The Pickled Onion Restaurant on Saturday, May 19th. 90 minutes of jam time available too. Click this tab heading for more about LHK.

Who is Long Haired Kid? Well, it's a rock & roll band. OK, a band... So? Well, not necessarily your traditional rock & roll band. OK, why's that?

The band LONG HAIRED KID is Chris Sanders playing bass guitar; Edward Nicholson providing lead vocals, Tobin Logan on guitar and providing backing vocal, and Avery Logan on drums & percussion. OK, cool. But there's more.

Now we get to a little surprise for all those who attend this show. Avery Logan, son of band member Tobin Logan and drummer and percussionist for the band Long Haired Kid, is only thirteen years old. Avery, born August 13, 1998, already appears to be an accomplished drummer and percussionist with many credits and honors already tagged to this young man's early career.

Avery Logan first started his musical journey in late 2009 playing the trombone while in middle school. Playing with his school's band Avery developed an interest in percussion instruments and switched over to drums. By late 2009 Avery started tinkering on his uncle's teaching drum kit. By early in 2010 it became obvious very quickly to Avery's dad and to others that Avery had great wrists and could also work a mean clockwork pocket. Long Haired Kid was up and running by Spring 2010.

In those early days Long Haired Kid spent time experimenting with a variety of different instrumentalists, including clarinet, acoustic guitar, keyboards, even a euphonium. This big-tent, more improvisational approach, gradually coalesced into a focused rock/jazz quartet, playing a few fun covers but centering on original material both old and new. Long Haired Kid played their first gig at the Dead Mule Club in Chapel Hill on June 19, 2010. Currently having performed in more than 35 shows and having played in at least a half-dozen cities and towns, Long Haired Kid has performed on every day of the week and during just about every time of day, mornings, afternoons, and evenings.

Article continued on page 2. Click on the heading above to continue.

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Sat Mar 31, 2012 9:36 am

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Motrendus, Volume 11, and their Wednesday night hard rock open mic. Hosted by Steve Msarsa.

OK folks, every Wednesday night at Volume 11 you can hear some fantastic hard rock by some of the triangle's best hard rock bands. Your host band for these events is the band Motrendus. There is no charge at these Wednesday night open mic events. This is a great way to promote your band, find musicians to fill band vacancies, form new bands, and to socialize and have fun with like minded people who enjoy the heavier and louder side of rock.

Holding down the low end for Motrendus is Steve Msarsa. Steve also acts as lead host, along with Motrendus, on Wednesday nights. Steve and the band says their purpose in providing this opportunity, in cooperation with Keith of Volume 11, is to promote and support the music and bands from the louder side of rock... Hard Rock, Metal Rock, etc. Steve is a fantastic musician, a terrific person, a hard worker, and he is dedicated to advancing the cause of hard rock music in our local area.

This event is also supported by a Hard Rock Meet Up Group which supports and promotes Triangle Hard Rock! Check out info@meetup.com. Here is a message from the group.

Hey, welcome to the Meetup group for Raleigh/Durham/CH fans of hard rock and metal. We're here to seize the hard rock/metal scene and shape it into something coherent. Something with momentum. We're getting together every Wednesday at 6:00 at the Volume 11 Tavern in Raleigh to meet, scheme, drink, and rock. Thanks for joining, and I hope to see you at the next meeting.

Keep it loud,
Brian
Rev. Brian
Organizer, Triangle Hard Rock

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More about Motrendus:

Label: Motrendus Music
Management: Motrendus Music Management
Genres: Rock / Hard Rock / Psychedelic
Members: Billy Baty - Vocals/Guitar, Pete Bustin - Bkgd Vocals/Guitar, Frank Cotrufo - Drums, Steve Msarsa - Vocals/Bass
http://www.reverbnation.com/motrendus
https://www.facebook.com/Motrendus
http://www.myspace.com/571791869
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Personally, I see Motrendus as one bad ass hard rock band with talent, purpose, and drive, whose gonna rock this town. The JamHouse is very happy to support Motrendus, The Hard Rock Meet Up group, Volume 11, and all local music. I hope you will too. Come on out to Volume 11 on Wednesday nights as often as you can. You will be helping Steve, Motrendus, and others to build a better, brighter, friendlier, and more diverse, music scene in Raleigh and our surrounding triangle areas.

Everybody wins.
Thank you,
T : )

Support Local Music!

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Let's crank up the old original JamHouse! Also click here for some fun stuff.

Hello, Tony here. Well I've been working really hard on keeping things lively with our music club. And with cooperation and the very good vibes of all of you JamHouse members 2011 was a lot of fun. It's been over a year since I myself have played bass and I wanna get back into actually playing again. Before I forget, you can click on the title tab above to check out some photos of past jams held at the original JamHouse.

I'd like to find a few musicians who would like to get together occasionally to jam for fun. We can jam at my original JamHouse in North Raleigh. Many of the long time JamHouse members will remember our jam sessions there from long ago and the fun we used to have at "The JamHouse." You newer JamHouse members know little, if anything, about the original JamHouse. But be rest assured that in it's time the original JamHouse was the place to be for many area musicians and vocalists seeking a fun place to jam and to socialize.

Right now I'm interested in playing some of the older cover tunes of the 50's, 60's, and 70's pop/top 40/radio era. Songs that don't get played much any more but are fun and when heard bring back fond memories of a more simple time. I like artists such as Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson, Gary Lewis, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, Waylon, Willie and the Boys, John Prine, and groups like Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Herman's Hermits, CCR, America, Three Dog Night, Buffalo Springfield, The Moody Blues, and others. But you should get the idea.

You should have similar availability, interest, and purpose as myself for this jam project. Namely:

1- This project will be for our fun only. We'll jam for our own enjoyment. We'll even practice as we see fit. And if we desire to "jam" out together, such as at some of The JamHouse events, we'll not take it so seriously that playing together tunes into work. So don't be hard core. Leave your ego at home, along with any drama, drug, or alcohol problems. Don't bring them in with you.

2- Be easy going, fun loving, with a good attitude toward music and musicians in general. Be sociable and be prepared to be flexible and patient when dealing with the group, especially with those who are not yet as skilled as you.

3- Have enough spare time already available to you that you are free to establish and follow a weekend schedule without it complicating your home life.

4- We will be jamming at my second home, The original JamHouse. Therefore their will be certain "house rules" that will be established as guidelines for us all to follow. Such as:

*** No smoking inside.
*** Social drinking is OK. But you should not arrive having been drinking already. If your drinking gets excessive I will ask you to stop your consumption so you can later safely drive home.

6- Plan to jam only on Saturdays. An occasional Sunday session can be arranged as a back up if a certain Saturday will not work. Our jam time will be somewhere between the hours of noon and 6pm. This gives a six hour flexible window for our group to establish a start and stop time for each individual jam session as it best fits into our groups overall availability.

Together, the group will tackle any other issues that may arise. Let's just have some fun, play some music, and should we desire to we can jam some together at some of the JamHouse events.

Thanks for reading. Feel free to contact me at any time.

Tony T : )
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Tony @ The JamHouse
Musicians Honoring Musicians
919-880-1381 anytime.
Web: http://www.jamhouserocks.com
Email: thejamhouse@nc.rr.com

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Tue Jan 24, 2012 1:22 am

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Congratulations on a new "band showcase" event at Volume 11. And thanks to Steve Msarsa and Montrendus.

Just wanted to compliment, and thank, Steve Msarsa of the band Motrendus, for putting on and hosting a fantastic jam and show last night at Volume 11. What a terrific night of great sounding original tunes played by some of Raleigh's hottest "play as loud as we want to" rock bands. Yes, this show was hot. Yes, this show was loud. And yes, the bands and the audience wanted it that way. There was a great turn out for this first Wednesday night showcase. The audience really enjoyed the show and showed their appreciation for all who played.

Another great thing about this new showcase is it's early start time. After all, it is mid week. Bands, and fans, who had to drive in from out of town got a chance to play early, hear a lot of great music, have a blast, and get home before the sun came up. Fantastic. And, more of these Wednesday night jams and shows are being scheduled.

I must say that I now have a new appreciation for the louder side of Rock. This was a learning experience for me and I had a blast. So, thank you Steve and Motrendus, and thank you Keith of Volume 11, for providing this new opportunity to showcase more of our friends and bands who just want to play loud. I'd say this show was "Success On The Loud Side."

My congratulations to all who performed and to all who supported this new effort to promote and showcase the louder side of rock.

Names of some of the bands who performed last night can be seen below in a copy of Steve's original posting promoting last night's show. There were some additions I don't have the names for. All of them were great. Thanks for reading. Tony : )

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John Lennon & The Beatles Tribute Show

John Lennon was tragically taken from us on Dec. 8th, 1980. George Harrison died on Nov. 29th, 2001. In honor of all of the Fab Four, The JamHouse is holding a tribute to John Lennon & The Beatles this Saturday night, Dec. 3rd, 8pm till 1am at The Korner Pocket.

You will hear from the bands LARSEN, THE MAGIC DADDYS, 9RED, and a jam band or two made up of some of our JamHouse jam friends. All playing Beatles tunes with no repeat songs. This will be a great show with some Beatles trivia shared with the audience.

Don't miss this show. It's going to be a lot of fun. And, there is no cover charge. You'll also enjoy some fantastic bar food, beer, and drinks, served up by a great staff.

Thanks for reading.

Tony @ The Jamhouse

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Our Halloween Photo Show is available below:

Thanks to everyone who attended our 2011 Halloween show at The Korner Pocket on Saturday, Oct. 29th. Special thanks to our three bands who peformed for us. In order of play times we enjoyed the jam band PHATBREAD, then the rock band SPELLBOUND, and closing out the night we enjoyed one of the best blues band in Raleigh as AIRTITE ALIBI took the stage till closing.

See our 2011 Halloween Party photo show at: http://www.photoshow.com/watch/eZ5PQ5Td

Also see our 2010 Halloween party at: http://www.photoshow.com/watch/pC7uR6fg

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A story about Yoni Markus and about The JamHouse. Click here for photos, a chance to win a prize, and more about Yoni and The JamHouse:

Read the following carefully. It could be worth a prize valued at $40 to you:

To all you JamHouse members who remember our friend from Israel, Yoni Markus, Yoni sends his best wishes and says hello to everyone. I remember Yoni Markus very well. I found Yoni to be both a great person to play music with and a great person to talk with as well. He was courious about all things American and was a movie buff. Although he was sometimes quiet and reflective Yoni had a great sence of humor and was eager to laugh and to see the lighter side of things. Yoni appreciated all of you who he got to know and he was very thankful for the friendship he found here.

Good luck to you Yoni. I hope we meet again some day.

Your friend in music and in life.

Tony : )

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Now check out some pics of JamHouse member Yoni Markus. The first few pics reflect Yoni's life back in Tel Aviv. I'm glad to say that Yoni is happy being back home and he's doing very well. Most of the pics are from some very fun and happy times while Yoni lived in and played music in The JamHouse. More pics will be added later so check back from time to time.

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To see a photo show of how The JamHouse first got started in December of 2007 and to see pics of Yoni while he lived in The JamHouse in 2008 click on the following link.

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/bq4Ai4Bb This is some great memories for me. I hope you enjoy it.

*** Don't forget to click on the title at the top of this posting. Keep reading and viewing the pics. One photo is sort of a trick shot. Try to figure out how this shot was set up to get the result seen in the photo. Hint, one item in the pic gives the answer. Once you let your eye take in this one item the answer should be fairly easy to conclude. You may win that JamHouse tee shirt, a $20 value, plus a $20 bar tab for the next time you attend one of our jams or shows. Just a little something for fun. ***

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Robert Hendrix hosted his birthday bash and jam Saturday evening, Oct. 15th, at The Korner Pocket.

Many came out to The Korner Pocket this Saturday night, Oct. 15th to wish our friend Robert Hendrix of the band Total Strangers a happy birthday. Robert hosted a jam session too and had many to take the stage with him. There was also a performance by Robert and his band Total Strangers.

Robert hosted his birthday bash last year too and just like last year this year's birthday bash was fantastic and full of fun, jam friends, and some great music. The photo at left shows a fan getting a close up view of Robert's guitar skills.

See more of good times with Robert at: http://www.photoshow.com/watch/MM6Cn6Vz

Happy Birthday Robert!

T : )



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Hey, what's that void in Raleigh? A note to Purple and BoneDaddy's.

Hi Purple, thanks for coming out to TKP for our Halloween show. That's a great costume by the way. I just want to say that with BoneDaddy's no longer open there is a huge void in the night life around here. I miss the club a lot. It was always very comforting knowing that at almost any time I could mosey on down to BoneDaddy's and see familiar faces and hear some tunes.

I hope things will improve and that you can get BoneDaddy's open again. You had one of the best live music venues in Raleigh. A fantastic club, great sound system, stage, and lights. You did those things very well. The current situation with our nation's economy did you in.

Purple, you and BoneDaddy's are greatly missed.

Your friend in music and in life,
Tony

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Raleigh Music Notes. What's happening with our venues? Random Thoughts. Click here for more.

In our current economy a place where your band can play, a place where even you as a jam performer can play, are being lost. Support our JamHouse shows and jams. Help keep the venues where we now enjoy playing open and vibrant. "Random Thoughts" and "Raleigh Music Notes" are blogs I am working on, not yet published. They may end up being seperate blogs put probably will be combined as one. Either way, there will be a little history, some current facts, and some random thoughts about some of our local venues and other topics concerning our local music scene.

There will be additions to this tab made by me as things developments. But anyone can contribute. So feel free to jump on board and add you own random thoughts and concerns about our local music scene. Just click on the heading above, then click on the prompt you'll get one more time. You'll then be able to read content and and contribute if you wish. Stay tuned and check back once in a while.

SOMETHING IMPORTANT TO US ALL:
RSVP's to JamHouse invitations to jam and to our shows greatly helps me in planning our events. I'm very aware that you as an individual cannot make all jams and shows. I know you are busy. But I need to know when to reserve time for YOU to jam. If I don't get enough response for jam time I have to fill voids with additional bands. That's just how it's gotta work. Our venues are not going to give us a place to play if we don't bring people into their venue. So we need either or both jam folks or bands to play. Your RSVP's can make us, or break us. So please take a moment to respond to invitations you receive from The JamHouse.

"No, I'm not coming." is just as important as a "Yes. I plan to attend and want to jam."

Just some "Random thoughts" for you to consider. Now click on the heading above to read some random thoughts, facts, best guesses, and some history about our local music scene. Add your own comments too if you will.

SUPPORT LOCAL MUSIC
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Thanks to Tim Lassiter for the "Random Thoughts" bubble he drew. I've "borrowed it" Tim. Hope you don't mind.

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Bushhawg set The White Oak Grill afire! Click here for photos:

Yeah, that's right. The Bushhawg Band played at TWOG on Sunday, Sept. 11. They were fantastic as usual with a great selection of southern and classic rock covers. Their sound was flawless, their guitars blazing, drums and bass thundering, with lead vocals, backup vocals and harmonies perfect. It was a great time. Thanks for a great show Bushhhawg.

Thanks to Rhett and the staff of TWOG too. They provided free burgers and the trimmings during this show. There was a good crowd enjoying the band, the food and drink, a beautiful day, and friends having a blast.

I think it's time that Bushhawg made their way over to The Korner Pocket. Watch for more news on that. Click the heading above to see photos taken at the show at TWOG.

T : )

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It's peace, love, and deja vu all over again. Woodstock 2011!

Update Posted Aug. 22, 2011:

The Woodstock Music Festival of 1969 celebrates it's 42nd birthday this August, 2011. The JamHouse remembered and celebrated those good ole days by having a jam and show at The Korner Pocket on Saturday, Aug. 20th.

Some of us dressed the part, bell bottoms, peace emblems, head bands, love beads, etc. and flowers in hair. It was like crazy...man. And, way cool too. Groovy. This was a huge show with many surprises for us musically speaking.

We had great response from some fantastic bands who performed during this special show. We'll relived those three days of peace and love for about six hours. Through our band's we remembered and honored CSN&Y, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Joe Cocker, Joan Baez, The Band, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, CCR, The Dead, Country Joe & The Fish, and others from that late 60"s era that resulted in over 30 bands of the day entertaining around a half million like minded people over a three day period. What a glorious time it must have been to actually have attended this event in 1969.

Our Woodstock 2011 bands were:

8pm- The North Forty Band
9pm- Over Easy
10pm- The Magic Daddys
11pm- Long Time Gone
12am- Spellbound

This was really a special show about a special time in our history. To see a photo show presentation of our Woodstock Revival 2011 show please click this link: http://www.photoshow.com/watch/EK8xn3Wn

Now to refresh you on some Woodstock history watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StFhvAIv ... ure=fvwrel


Thanks,
Tony
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RubberSoul but on a fantastic show at The Korner Pocket:

As pictured on the left, Tommy, Henry, Jim, and Ash, of the Beatles Tribute Band, RubberSoul, played The Korner Pocket Saturday night, Aug. 6th. Not only did they sound great, they looked great too, in matching suits reminicent of the Fab Four's early days. The folks at TKP, both the staff and the audience, were amazed and well pleased with RubberSoul's offering of that great Beatles sound of a time gone by. With that fantastic Beatles sound and that Fab look, I'd say that RubberSoul is a class act.

Thanks for your show last night guys. Once again let me just say how much I enjoyed your music. I congratulate all of you on a job well done. RubberSoul is a fitting tribute to The Beatles.

I look forward to more of your shows soon.

Yours in music and in friendship,

Tony
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Sheet Metal & The North Forty Band plays The White Oak Grill Saturday, Aug. 13th.

For some fantastic metal rock you'll want to hear Sheet Metal as they open up the show at The White Oak Grill this Saturday night. These guys are awesome. You'll gonna wonder why they haven't played WOG before. Catch them around 9pm.

Coming up later around 10:30pm you'll also hear The North Forty Band. Playing a variety of classic rock from the 60's to the 80's these guys get it on too. You'll hear some all time rock favorites and be surprised by some classic's that you'll remember as having been fantastic in their day but somehow since got lost over the past 20 years. You'll be glad they're back. The North Forty Band will also be celebrating a birthday too, so it's really going to be a party. Bring it on.

The White Oak Grill also features some of the best bar food anywhere. The staff is friendly and ready to ensure you have the best time possible and they serve you the coldest beer and best mixed drinks around while you enjoy some of the best music in town. And, there's no cover charge.

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Outdoor show at Sharon's Country Lounge. Details below:

Some of our JamHouse members and jam friends enjoyed an open air, under the stars, concert and cookout on Saturday, July 23rd, from 12 noon till 10pm at Sharon's Country Lounge. Located just north of Wake Forest on Highway 1A, Sharon's is a rustic and country type bar surrounded by shade trees, horse shoe pits, a lawn for your chairs or blankets, and an outdoor titi bar. In case of rain the music will be moved inside to the main bar or perhaps rescheduled. If rescheduled we'll still have a band or two playing on the 23rd.

We heared some of our fantastic JamHouse bands and enjoy freshly grilled hot dogs, hamburgers, and chicken with all the trimmings. This event is also a benefit with proceeds from the cookout going to a school program, BACK PACKS FOR KIDS. We had some quality jam time for our jam friends too. The schedule of bands were:

12 noon- Armour
1:30 PM- Superstition
2:30 PM- Open Jam Session
4:00 PM- 9Red
5:30 PM- Jehovah's Witness Protection Program
7:00 PM- Total Strangers
9:00 PM- Open Jam Session till 10 PM or later.

Thanks for reading.
Tony
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Bear's Coice, Shelter, and The Magic Daddys play at The Korner Pocket Saturday, July 16th.

The JamHouse welcomed a new duo act to our show on Saturday, July 16th. The acoustic duo BEAR'S CHOICE entertained us with an hour of acoustic "Dead" music. BEAR'S CHOICE has been well received in Raleigh and this is very cool music. Catch BEAR'S CHOICE when you can.

We also had the rock, pop, and blues band SHELTER as our featured band. Bringing us many fantastic songs from the last three decades SHELTER is a very energetic and fun band with both female and male lead vocals with the rest of the band also providing vocals. A lot of fun and energy.

Around 11 PM we had THE MAGIC DADDYS on stage for some late night fun and mayhem with a fantastic trio of strong classic covers you don't often hear out. Unique and refreshing. Afterword we turned the stage over to our jam friends who come in to play for more fun.

See you next time.
Thanks,
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Our Mega Show & Jam at High Park Bar and Grill on July 9th was absolutely phenomenal.

The JamHouse raised the roof off of High Park Bar & Grill last night. This was a huge show with plenty of fantastic music, friends, food, drink, and fun. Our bands in order of their play slots were:

8 PM - SHELTER
9 PM - Sid & The Midnight Hour
10 PM - 9Red
11 PM - Tommy Thunderfoot & The Accelerators
12 AM - Magic Daddys

We had something for everybody no matter of musical taste and all our bands were well received. High Park is a very nice venue and it is huge. I hope The JamHouse can book some more shows at High Park. It wil be a hoot playing shows and jamming there.

I appreciate all the bands that played last night and thanks also to our friends who came out to hear the show. It was a real blast.

Thanks for reading. See ya next time. So what's next? Check our Calendar. See the link near the top of this page.

For now though, take a look at our slide show of our High Park show of last night.

Thanks T :)

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/aX8Gf2eH

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Congratulations to the Beatles tribute band RUBBER SOUL.

The JamHouse welcomes a new band to our JamHouse fun and mayhem. RUBBER SOUL is a Beatles tribute band and features Ash Hopkins (John), Tommy Sugg (Paul), Henry Wisnewski (George), and Jim McPhail (Ringo).

You can find out more about RUBBER SOUL and check out their demos at htpp://www.reverbnation.com/rubbersoulnc.

We're sure to be enjoying RUBBER SOUL at some of our JamHouse shows and events.

Thanks for reading and for checking out RUBBER SOUL.

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The Magic Daddys played The Korner Pocket. See them in action below. Also click here to see pics:

Click the link below to see the fun with The Magic Daddys. They are a great addition to our music and jam club.

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/WJ6ZA9ds

You can also click this tabs title to see pics.

Thanks guys. Magic Daddys, You Rock!

T

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Sun Jul 17, 2011 12:23 pm

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Thank you to all our JamHouse members, bands, and friends. Take a look at this:

With 2011 already nearly half gone and with many fantastic shows and jams on our schedule I just want to remember and thank many of you for a fun filled 2010. The photo show presentation below of our last jam and show of last year brings back some great memories of fun times with some amazing people.

Thanks to each and everyone of you who have played with The JamHouse since our first jam on December 8th, 2007. Enjoy!

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/wf8vv5mG


I invite everyone to join us in our jams and shows we have coming up in 2011. Check out our 2011 schedule posted on our calendar. Be sure to stay current with what we are up to by checking back often. We add new jams and shows often.

Tony @ The JamHouse
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http://www.jamhouserocks.com
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In Memoriam. Chuck Leonard. Master Drummer, Friend, And A Great Musician. Click here to celebrate Chuck's life in photos:

Our good friend Chuck Leonard passed away early morning, June 25th, 2011. Chuck had been battling cancer for the last couple of years. For those of you who may not have known Chuck as well as some others, please know that Chuck was a well respected and admired Master Drummer.

In the earlier days of R&B, Motown, Soul, Jazz, Funk, and Rock & Roll, Chuck played with and recorded with many of the old greats, such as Smoky Robinson, The Four Tops, and The Supremes, throughout the late 60's to early 80's. Please see more at: http://www.robertgriffin.com/bluespot/chuck.html

I first met Chuck on August 16th, 2008 when he arrived at our original JamHouse to jam and meet some of our jam members. Chuck, the man, was a very happy person with smiles and kind words for every one he met. Chuck became a member of The JamHouse that day and later actually lived at the original JamHouse itself, where he offered much support, tutoring, friendship, and love to many of us. We had some very special jams with Chuck where it seemed Chuck floated effortlessly across those drums. What a delight it was to see and hear a Master at his profession. Chuck was beyond description when he played.

Chuck always had a great time with us at The JamHouse, and we with him. I loved Chuck. I miss those days and I miss Chuck.

Tony
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From Tim Lassiter:

I am sad to hear about Chuck. He was a great friend to the Jamhouse and a big inspiration on me especailly. I learned a lot from Chuck. He was like the song "Don't Worry Be Happy". We will miss him for sure. Thanks for the pictures. They bring back some fantastic memories. - Tim

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From Cricket Frazier:


Rest In Peace Chuck...

I've never met another musician that moved me the way you did. May heaven be full of samba and merengue!!!

Chuck Leonard taught me plenty about rhythm, but incredibly, that can't hold a candle to what he taught me about soul.

There are 2 things that Chuck taught me that have competely changed my view and my attitude about playing music. The first is that he really showed me the beauty of mathematics...in particular, the way we humans FEEL math...the way we NEED to feel the math, just as we need to feel good language in literature, poetry and prose. The second is that one of my favorite quotes of all times came from Chuck. He once told me "It doesn't matter what song you play ...you just have to play it better than anyone else."

We will miss you Chuck...

Cricket

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Hey, who is the band 9Red? Watch the slide show, the link is below. Then you'll know.

June 18th, 2011:
OK folks, the new band 9Red made their debut with The JamHouse Saturday night, June 18, during our show at The Korner Pocket.
9Red plays some really great cover tunes but specializes in some really fun and interesting original material and they burned it up at TKP.

Some members of 9Red have played together as a jam band and have jammed with The JamHouse before. Now, ready and feeling the need to play as a
stand along band, 9Red was our headliner at tonights show. Some of our jam friends also joined 9Red on stage and brought the house down. What a great time.

The Christaian Rock Band ARMOUR opened up for 9Red. ARMOUR is absolutely a power rocking band by any discription, Christian Rock Band or otherwise. They were great.

Thanks to ARMOUR, to 9Red, and to our jam friends who rocked TKP. Here is a link to the slide show of 9Red. A slide show of ARMOUR will be coming up when ARMOUR plays at TKP again on July 16th. Check back for that.

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/PF9Qd6tD

Thanks,
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The JamHouse welcomes the band SHELTER. Also be sure to check out some of our photo shows. See below.

Sunday, June 12th. 2011.
While our forum is under repair/recovery I want to catch you up on some of the latest happenings with The JamHouse. We will soon have two or three new venues where our music club can meet, jam, and perform our shows. We also have several new and exciting bands who will be joining our fantastic mix of talented peformers. While more news will come soon concerning our new venue opportunities I want to tell you about one of our new band friends, SHELTER. Please click this link to see more about SHELTER: http://www.facebook.com/l/431c7UGbfnOcx ... om/shelter

Hey you venue owners and managers, I know that The JamHouse can be great addition for your venue. Check out some of our past shows. Let's put a show together for your venue. If we don't produce, you don't pay. It's as simple as that.

Thank you,
Tony
919-880-1381

Check out some of our past shows and jams by viewing these slide show and video presenations. Enjoy!


http://www.photoshow.com/watch/wf8vv5mG Road Trip and Love Muscle at The Korner Pocket

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/TS4Iy2MS Tsunami/Red Cross Benefit - Part 1

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/ec2rI6MJ Tsunami/Red Cross Benefit - Part 2

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/KK8Pz7nF My birthday party at The Korner Pocket

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/Em6fI2zj Marcom's Welcomes The JamHouse

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/pC7uR6fg 3WB and Halloween Party at The Korner Pocket

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/Zu9mQ2FV 2nd Spin, Airtite Alibi, and Motrendus at TKP

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/bR7Ux4rg Total Strangers at The Korner Pocket

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/gh3GC8eU Jam at The Korner Pocket

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/Xm9zJ3VS John Lennon Tribute at MVP's

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/iZ2NP8xx The North Forty Band at The Korner Pocket

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The JamHouse-Reds-Thursday April. 30.

 
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Pics of our jam on Thursday, Apr. 30th. Click here for more pics.

Thanks to all who can out to our jam Thursday. We had several new folks to join us. Welcome to Mike form L.A. Mike just relocated to our area this past week. Mike and I had been emailing for about a month so Mike was up on all The JamHouse activities and some of you other members. Mike plays the bass guitar. Mike can be seen in the photo playing with other recent members. Terry, on far left, plays guitar and is a vocalist. Steve, shown at center, plays guitar and he too is a vocalist. Welcome also goes out too Curtis, a drummer from Fayettville, and his wife Mary. Darren Riley also came out too. Darren ownes "Darren Riley's Guitar and Amp Repair" here in Raleigh. Check Darren out at www.darrenriley.com. Welcome Darren. Not to short change anyone, but thanks to all for coming out and allowing us to have so much fun doing what we love most. Playing live music. *** Tony***

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Sat May 02, 2009 1:56 pm

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JamHouse On The Road at Red's Apr. 26th. Still photos.

 
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Our jam at Red\'s April 26th. Click here to see the still photos. Thanks.

Well here we are again at Red's. Thanks to all who came out on Sunday. Be sure to submit any suggestions and comments on how we can make our jams better. Send your input to theJamHouse@nc.rr.com or call 919-880-1381. Thanks, Tony.

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More photo shows coming up soon.

 
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The JamHouse. We can help your establishment to become Raleigh\'s #1 place for live entertainment.

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I had a blast at Red\'s. From the look of things you did too. Click here for pics.

Thanks to all who came out to jam and have fun at our latest "The JamHouse On The Road Review". I know that some of you who wanted to come could not make it this time. We'll be doing this again real soon. The next jam at Red's is Sunday, April 26th. Let me know by April 23rd if you will come so we can better prepare and have an even better time next Sunday. It looks like that Thursday night, April 30th, will be our first weekday evening jam at Red's. Let me know by April 28th if you plan to attend this jam. Thanks everybody. Tony.

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FlyBone & BushHawg. Click here for pics.

FlyBone played Rockland Saturday night the 18th while Bushhawg played The SportsPage.

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Laughing Through Your Fingers at Foley\'s Front Row Sports Bar. Click here for pics.

"The tiny purple fishes run laughing through your fingers, and you want to take her with you to the hard land of the winter" - Cream/"Tales of Brave Ulysses" *** "Laughing Through Your Fingers" debuted Saturday night, April 25th, at The Front Row. Their show was fantastic, with a huge awesome sound and vocals that just killed. The Front Row is a great venue for live music, good food, and your favorite beverages. Also check out your favorite sports on the big screens too. In photo, top to bottom & left to right is: Jorg, Shannon, Stephanie, HippieTim, and Jeff. Congratulations "Laughing Through Your Fingers". You Knocked 'em dead. Click on the heading above for pics. *** Tony ***

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Featured bands who play with The JamHouse.

 
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BushHawg joined us Sunday, May 3rd. at Reds. CLick here for pics.

The band "BushHawg" was featured during our jam at Reds on May 3rd. BushHawg will be back again with us at Reds on May 17th and with weather permitting BushHawg will be playing outdoors this time. I hope all JamHouse members and friends will come out for some outdoor fun and support BushHawg and Red. The JamHouse will also be playing on the inside stage. Plan to join us.

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Wed May 06, 2009 11:38 am

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The JamHouse supports Raleigh musicians and the venues they play.

 
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Who, what, when, where, and how. Your bio can go here. Click here to view postings.

Offer a discription, or "profile", of youself. Who you are and what you are about. Tell us
your musical interest; instruments played, influences and favorites. Anything you can share with other forum members so they can get to know you. Thanks.

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JamHouse members can share song lists and collaborate. Click here to view posts.

The Jamhouse Forum is a good place to discuss your music preferences and to share your favoite song lists with other forum members. Make copies of favorite song lyrics, music sheets, tabs, etc. and post them on this forum to be shared with all forum members. Thanks. Tony.

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JamHouse Pics

 
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Lots of pics from various events and subjects: Click here to view.

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