With as hot as it’s been, the turn-out for our Sept. 6th meeting wasn’t too bad! Welcome to Linda Norby who added some more class to David’s already class act. Our friend Ron Labrecque also joined us, always good to see one of the library’s stalwarts. We also had a guest that stayed by the door and only stayed for a couple tunes. He looked like a Tim to us, so we’ll call him Tim until we know better. Everyone is welcome to join us, whether they play or not.
Linda and David teamed up for some great harmonies. Remy SANG one tonight! to open the evening. I joined him for Danny O’Keefe’s “Good Time Charlie” that was presentable. Rick and Ed joined forces for Old Crow Medicine Show’s “Wagon Wheel”. Rick also brought us a group song, “Jackson”, by Cash and Carter. T’was a most pleasant evening in the library’s Cottonwood Room.
Pierre Bensusan will be giving a performance and workshop on Sept. 20th in the library’s Cottonwood Room. In a reader’s poll from Guitar Player Magazine, Pierre was voted the Best World Music Guitarist. He is an internationally renowned guitarist, vocalist, and composer. Pierre works in DADGAD tuning, and will be giving a workshop on it starting 10:30 in the Cottonwood Room. Bring a guitar if you like. The concert will begin at 7pm in the same location. Both events are free and open to the public.
Playlist for September 2022
Remy Abeyta, ‘In The Early Morning Rain’, Gordon Lightfoot.
Keith Blaney, ‘The Galaxy Song’, Eric Idle.
Linda & David Norby, ‘Breaking Up Is Hard To Do’, Neil Sedaka.
Rich Ryan, ‘Comes A Time’, Neil Young.
Ken Frederick, ‘Dreams’, original.
Edith Cook, ‘My Giselle’, Adela Halle.
Rick Memmel & Ed Heffern, ‘Wagon Wheel’, Old Crow Medicine Show.
Ed Heffern, ‘When I Go’, Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer.
Remy & Keith, ‘Good Time Charlie’, Danny O’Keefe.
Linda & David, ‘Sound of Silence’, Paul Simon.
Rich, ‘Something in the Way She Moves’, James Taylor.
Ken, ‘I Wrote a Song On A Sunday’, original. Copyrite held by Rick Memmel.
Edith Cook, ‘Renaissance’, anonymous.
Group, ‘Jackson’, Johnny Cash & June Carter.
Ed Heffern, ‘Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald’, Gordon Lightfoot.
Remy, ‘La Pecosita’, Lalo Elizalde.
Keith, ‘Miss Celie’s Blues’, Quincy Jones, et.al.
David Norby, ‘Don’t Go To Strangers’, J.J. Cale.
Rich, ‘Fire and Rain’, James Taylor.
Ken, ‘I Got To Get Away (I Want to be Free)’, original.
Rick, ‘Pink Panther (theme)’, Henry Mancini.
Photo credits this month go to Guitar Society’s 3 R’s; Rick, Remy, and Rich.