NOTE THE START TIME:
THIS WILL BE A MARCH MADNESS MATINEE 3:00PM!
At the Midtown Bar and Grill located at 415 W. Gray St, Houston, TX
77019. The room provided is on the second floor.
consist of a "song circle", allowing each attendee
an opportunity for a musical performance, share a
song, tall tale, announcement, or other item which
he or she may wish to share with the
group. Non-performers are just as
welcome as performers. After all, musicians,
singers, storytellers, all need an audience.
|The Cotton Patch Rag
A monthly newsletter of the Houston Folklore & Folk Music Society, The Cotton Patch Rag includes a calendar of folk music events in and near Houston, reviews of albums and concerts, articles about folklore, music, musicians, and news of the Society's business. The Houston Folklore & Folk Music Society membership price of $20/year (single membership or $35/year for dual membership, submit two emails) includes a digital copy of The Cotton Patch Rag. In addition to The Cotton Patch Rag there is an email distribution of our Second Saturday Concert promos and our Pickin' Party details.
|Our EMAIL List
We have an email distribution list that we use to email information about Second Saturday Concerts and about our monthly pickin' parties. If you are interested, you can email HouFolkMusic@gmail.com and ask to be put on the Folklore list. You will only get 2 emails per month from us and we do NOT share our distribution list.
Midtown Bar & Grill UPSTAIRS
Patch Rag Editor:
|Concert Co Producer:
Remembered Some photos taken at Pickin'
Parties attended by Cal Perry. Audio is
that of Cal leading the circle in "I'll Fly
Parties [March - June 2012] This video was
made with frame captures of a video from Feb
2011, and with photos taken from the CPR. The
audio is a recording of Justin's rendition of
"Wonderful World" made on Feb 2011.
Here is a link to a slide show of
photos from various pickin' parties:
Pickin' In The Past
Party Years 2002-2006 This
video was composed of photos taken
over a range of several years. Included among these are photos of individuals we have not seen of late because they have moved on to other locations, other interest, and some that are now deceased.