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  • 09/04/2017 12:35 PM | Michael Lynskey

    Is there anyone interested in swapping songs via email for informal critiques/suggestions?  I, for one, could use some additional perspective on my work, and can't always make it to the organized Toolbox sessions.  I figured others might be in the same boat?  If there is enough interest we could even organize such an email group, or something.

    Let me know if you're interested:  lynskey.michael(at)gmail.com



  • 07/12/2017 11:10 AM | Betty Morrell

    My new CD has just been released!  This Could Be Love is a compilation of songs that I've written, arranged and sung.  It includes a wide range of styles, running from Country, to Blues, to Pop to Folk, all in traditional style but given contemporary treatment.  And, of course, the easy listening voice weaves it all together.  The CD is $20 and will be available on my website and through all the usual lines of distribution.  Right now you can get it directly from me through the end of July for $15.  Let me know if you want one at the reduced price.    betty@bettymorrell.com  703-586-3734

  • 06/27/2017 8:29 AM | Gilbert Engle

    hello folks!

    I was born in Washington DC.  I have been creating music for almost 40 years.  I currently have 54 albums but mostly I am completely unknown. My stuff includes lots of jazz, blue grass, rock, piano sonatas, classical guitar, avant garde jazz, dance, orchestra, synthesizer, etc. I also have hundreds of art images that I created.

    http://newjazzmedia.com - everything is offered for free, but you can't make any money from it   -)

    Enjoy!

    Gilbert Engle



  • 05/30/2017 6:35 PM | Anonymous

    Can anybody recommend open mics in the Silver Spring/Takoma/DC area?  There are so many musicians in that area, yet almost all the open mics listed here are in VA or way up in Rockville.  Thanks!


  • 02/05/2017 12:20 PM | Philip DeStefano

    I play guitar, (and some fretless bass). Interested in joining an artist for an upcoming set/showcase. If the chemistry is right, willing to meet, learn 3 to 5 tunes, and "support" your sound. Experienced in songwriter genre and instrumentals. My website: www.philipdestefano.com will give you more details.   Thank you.

  • 01/14/2017 10:06 PM | Nancy Katz Triplett

    Hi everyone! 

    I'm a songwriter working primarily in GarageBand 10 and could really use some help in learning how to mix. Willing to pay for instruction. 

    If interested, please email me at nancykatztriplett@me.com



  • 01/08/2017 5:51 PM | Siobhan o'Brien

    Hi,

    I've recently moved to the DC area from Ireland! I'm a singer/songwriter. I'm not in the Irish trad vein but i have certain Irish sensibilities. I'm attending open mics to find my way around at the moment.

    I am interested in meeting writers producers and recording studio people. 

    Here's my website

    www.siobhanobrien.com

    My email is littleredhenmusic@gmail.com


    Thank You,

    Siobhan O'Brien

  • 11/30/2016 7:00 PM | scotty spur

    this Wed., Nov. 30th 7:oopm, at the Epicure SPUR will be performing live for a fundraiser for Autism Speaks. SPUR has partnered with the organization combining their new CD/download "Holly", a Christmas/holiday collection of original rock songs, with half of all sales  being donated. this is a FREE showcase. donations will be accepted and CD's will be for sale. for more info or to purchase "Holly"go to:  www.spuronline.com

  • 10/21/2016 8:00 PM | Paige Powell

    Singer/songwriter and SAW Board member Paige Powell, who is also host for three (!) SAW-sponsored open mics in our DC Metro Area will perform an Autumn-themed concert on Friday, October 21st at the Church at Clarendon, 1210 N. Highland St. in Arlington. Although she will play  a few Christian-based songs, Paige has a good sense of humor. She does everything she can to entertain everyone with good stories about "Thanksgiving with Real Indians" in her song titled "Too Hung Over" for example! The no-cost evening includes FREE snacks and beverages and if FREE street parking isn't available, you can park across the street for only $5.00. Mention to Paige that you're a SAW member and you get a FREE CD!

  • 09/20/2016 6:44 PM | Lawrence Holzman

    The Gazebo Jam at Lake Needwood is an acoustic song-circle type event that take place most Sundays at the Gazebo at Lake Needwood.  Search "Gazebo Jam" to join the Facebook Group and stay up on the jam news and get location info etc.  But basically this coming sunday is the annual picnic -- from noon til ??? It's pot luck -- bring a dish, a bev, something for the grill or whatever -- and your smile and your axe if you want to jam -- 

    Larry Holzman

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