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Free Online Mandolin Workshop with Mike Marshall July 9

Mike MarshallNAPA, CA -- ArtistWorks, the leading provider of interactive online music lessons, has teamed up with Mandolin Cafe to present a rare, live online workshop with world-renowned mandolin player, and ArtistWorks Academy of Bluegrass online teaching artist, Mike Marshall. Since 2011 Marshall has taught hundreds of mandolin enthusiasts online at this first-of-its-kind online music and art campus that provides members with personalized instruction via video interaction with world-acclaimed musicians and artists.

ArtistWorks Releases "How to Tune a Mandolin" by Mike Marshall

 How to Tune a MandolinArtistWorks online music academy is the premiere Internet based instrument learning place. The site is bristling with innovative technique taught by award winners in the industry. Each artist/instructor has a long history of performing with some of the best in the genre. Mike Marshall is obviously no exception. ArtistWorks features a fine video on their feature article, "How to Tune a Mandolin".

Free Online Workshop by Tony Trischka and Mike Marshall

Banjo Meets MandolinThere are two free online music workshops happening next week. The first is "Banjo Meets Mandolin" with Tony Trischka and Mike Marshall on Tuesday at 6 PM PDT. It will feature Tony and Mike playing, teching and talking about their careers and how the two instruments fit together in the bluegrass context and beyond. This will be especially interesting for bluegrass musicians.

Banjo Meets Mandolin with Tony Trischka and Mike Marshall

Banjo Meets MandolinNapa, CA /Mandolin Cafe/ -- ArtistWorks, the leading interactive lifestyle social learning platform, in conjunction with Mandolin Cafe is proud to present a free online workshop featuring Tony Trischka and Mike Marshall. The workshop takes place online April 23, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time and will be moderated by Mandolin Cafe Founder Scott Tichenor. On hand will be twice Grammy-nominated Banjo player Tony Trischka and fellow Grammy nominee, mandolin teacher and performer extraordinaire, Mike Marshall.

16 Participants Selected for Acoustic Music Seminar 2013

Mike Marshall Acoustic Music SeminarSavannah, GA -- The 2nd Annual Acoustic Music Seminar (AMS) participants have been selected from a large pool of applicants. Presented by the Savannah Music Festival (SMF), AMS is a groundbreaking mentorship program involving five days of hands-on instruction for some of the most promising and talented young musicians in acoustic music (ages 15 to 22). Led by acclaimed mandolin player Mike Marshall, this year’s students will also study with world-class musicians and artists such as Julian Lage, Darol Anger, Bruce Molsky and Rushad Eggleston.

Grisman, Lauderdale, Marshall & More Headline Benefit for Jeff Pinkham

The Pinkham FamilyMany of you have fond memories of The Pinkham Family (Terry, Jeff, Josh, Savannah & Vanessa) at many of our festivals in years past. In case you have not heard, Jeff Pinkham has been diagnosed with Cancer and like many of us today, has no health insurance. Jeff and his family need our support. Yes, they need financial help and if you can do that, there are several ways below that you can help (buy a ticket for the benefit, donate thru pay pal or send a check). But they also need to feel our support as a community, as a music family. Evidence shows that people who have an extensive, vocal, loving, energetic support system do much better at fighting this terrible disease. Central Florida bluegrass legends The Sunshine Bluegrass Boys are making a rare reunion with the original lineup - Mike Marshall on mandolin, Ron Rimmer on banjo, Joey May on guitar, and bassist Allen Waters - especially for this show.

Progressive String Band, The Bee Eaters, to Release 'OddFellows' Sept 6th

 OddFellowsFranklin, TN -- Acclaimed Boston progressive string band, The Bee Eaters, will release their brand new album, OddFellows Road on Sept. 6th. This highly anticipated project is the follow up to their 2009 self-titled debut album, produced by modern fiddle guru Darol Anger, that first garnered them national attention. "I believe every sound you listen to informs your ears, and therefore your musical perspective. We grew up listening to the sounds of nature, rather than the sounds of cities," says Bee Eaters co-founder Tristan Clarridge.

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