I’ve been lurking on the Live.me streaming site for several weeks and plan to stream some occasional Q&A sessions about social media and the music business in general. Apparently, if you join the site from an invite that I send we both get a bonus in site currency. Let me know if you are interested […]
SERFA Tech Workshop 2016 This is a living document. Make use of the dozens of live links, leave me comments, and stop back now and then to check for updates. Create an Internet Identity and Master Social Media Technophobia? Get over it! Musicians have never been more empowered to control their careers. Building a following […]
Kicking off our Big Orange Tarp showcase at FAI with a bang, We’ll start out with Harpeth Rising, Lisa Aschmann, and Annika. Harpeth Rising is based near Nashville. Three smoking players and singers, classically trained, tearing it up with their own unique style. Don’t be late. #FAI2015 #Folk Here is their official Bio
Sally and I are overjoyed that we were able to lure Keith Greeninger east for his first visit to NERFA. Keith and his trio, City Folk burst upon the San Francisco folk scene about 25 years ago and quickly became local legends. Over the next 6 years, they released 3 albums, won numerous awards and […]
Hooray! We got our room number. 1421 Paula Moore, Sally Johnson, Sandy Thatcher, Andy Moore at a prior NERFA Sally and I are super excited about our showcases at this year’s NERFA conference. We have incredible performers coming, not just from the Northeast, but from Texas, California, Nashville, Chicago, and elsewhere. This also marks the […]
August is a very special time of year for me. For several years now, I have been thrilled to be one of the Emcees of the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. and, since I retired, I have been going out a week or so early to help with the run up to the festival. Immediately afterwards […]
Big Orange Tarp showcases are Juried under a variety of criteria. We don’t accept submissions, per se, but are glad to know who you are. You are welcome to drop us an email at BigOrangeTarp@gmail.com with a couple of web links we can review. Our policy is never to showcase artists we have not seen […]
Finally the Big Orange Tarp has it’s own web page.