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For the entire class last week, I was trying to think of the name of the Lakota group that’s an approximate equivalent to the Korejuga, from the Malinke tribe in the region of Guinea in Africa. 618 more words


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What on and coming up for the Central Coast Ukulele Club

Friday 21st November – Sunday 23rd November 2014

we are heading north west to The Upper Hunter Valley and camping out at Denman.  240 more words

Party Flower

I was a part of a tribal acoustic band. It’s nighttime and we’re all in a construction yard. There are half built concrete buildings surrounding us where we begin to play. 351 more words



I’m buying my djembe today, and last night as I was going to bed I decided that my new goal in the next year is to learn to play and sing together. 284 more words


First Time Playing Rhythm & Spoons

Recently I acquired a djembe, which is a style of hand drum from West Africa. I bought this drum because I’m pretty decent at playing rhythm guitar, but I’ve never been a very good rhythm instrument player. 193 more words



I’m back on the djembe!

I had planned to rejoin my original Tuesday class after we closed 9 – 5 The Musical (last Saturday). The session I had to miss wraps up in a couple weeks, and I would jump back in with my crew at the end of November. 306 more words


Kef Time Keghi II - Ouds, Dumbegs, Clarinets, oh, my!

This past weekend at St. Johns Armenian Church, I had the privilege of sharing the stage with over twenty Armenian musicians, most of them from the Detroit area. 536 more words