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What about a listing of the jams, and a brief history, in our areas?
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A local retire college prof in my area (outside Philadelphia) posts this list of bluegrass jams in the local area (covering 4 states):
**Ed’s Bluegrass Newsletter for Thursday, November 13th, 2014
As usual: for a more complete listings of jams & festivals, click one of the following:
For jams see http://home.comcast.net/~epollak/jam.htm
For festivals see http://home.comcast.net/~epollak/festivals.htm
The email, that he sends out once a week, is about 4 pages of local jams and concerts for the week (too long to list here). If you click on the links, you will see the extent of his work on this newsletter. Ed is an interesting fellow. He is a fine fiddler, but hates to play fiddle tunes. However, he loves the tune "Lady be Good".