Eastbound and Wednesday!

Join us for the next gathering of The Wednesday Night Banjo and Dount Marching Society!

This week’s jam-starter song is Eastbound and Down, but bring your songs to share and questions to ask!

Download the lyrics and chords: http://banjoanddonut.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Eastbound-and-Down.doc

The Wednesday Night Banjo and Dount Marching Society
Time: May 27, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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The Wednesday Night Banjo and Dount Marching Society
Time: May 27, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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About The Wednesday Night Banjo and Donut Marching Society

The Wednesday Night Banjo and Donut Marching Society is a combination jam session, workshop, bull session, and general celebration of music.

The Wednesday Night Banjo and Donut Marching Society began in Wayne, Pa at Kitt Foster’s house. Patrick met Paul the Beatnik at the Radnor Library and convinced him to give his father a frailing banjo lesson in exchange for lunch at the family’s hoagie shop. The initial meeting led to a weekly session. That led to a rag-tag group slowly forming and becoming an extended family over the years.

Paul was a Washington Square beatnik with ties to musicians like Dave Van Ronk, Bob Dylan, and Rambin’ Jack Elliott. Paul wanted us all to learn not only to play but also to teach and lead a jam.

We will be continuing that tradition as we revive The Wednesday Night Banjo and Donut Marching Society. We want an open exchange of ideas that ignores the nonsense surrounding genres and instruments.

You must be a musician to join The Wednesday Night Banjo and Donut Marching Society. Meetings are not open to an audience. We do not record meetings. These rules are in place to ensure that musicians of every level can share music, tips, and stories in a safe, non-judgmental, non-confrontational, and non-commercial space.

Any musician can join and take part in meetings of The Wednesday Night Banjo and Donut Marching Society. Music is a universal language. There are only twelve notes.

We go round-robin in each meeting. Every musician can call a song, ask a question, or offer a pointer.

1 thought on “Eastbound and Wednesday!

  1. Jeff Taylor

    I have been trying Eastbound and Down, by thw single strum per chord and trying to get a feel of when the next chord “should ” come.
    I want to put a chord in the chorus 3rd line at “short” ?
    And I want a chord towards the end of the last line of the verse?
    Help.

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