|Carp Camp My Space
||Carp Camp on My Space
|Carp Camp on
You Tube 2006
|Lots of Carp on You Tube these days!
|Three Beans Salad
||Three Bean Salad is building to the Kansas repertoire with energetic
and ear catching melodies with a blend of New England
Dance, Celtic and other traditional and contemporary styles. During
the month of September, you will find the members of Three
Bean Salad playing in the inner circle of the Carp Camp, during the
Walnut Valley Music Festival in Winfield Kansas.
|Live Ireland Radio
||Irelands Best Internet Radio... 24 hours a day every day
|Happy Hollow Music
||This is Hope Grietzer's Web Site in upstate New York
|Colorado Roots Music Camp
||Classes, concerts, master classes, seminars and jamming! From over
35 hands-on classes offered over a broad range of levels, instruments,
styles and subjects, you select those that appeal to you. There will
also be concerts by instructors and campers, master classes for up-
close individualized learning, seminars on interesting and fun topics,
and jamming! And, if you’re new to jamming, we’ll have courses
specifically designed to get you started.
|Round the House
||This is Todd's Web Site
||Home of Jim Fyhrie music CDs and Dulcimers
|Guitar Sessions Oct 07
||News article from Guitar Sessions Magazine on Carp Camp.
|No Strings Attached
||Band Members Pete Hastings, guitar, harmonica (1978-present) Bob
Thomas, bass, bass clarinet, bass saxophone (1984-present) Wes
Chappell, hammer dulcimer, mandolin, mandola, guitar, pennywhistle,
percussion (1978-present) Randy Marchany, hammer dulcimer,
synthesizer, piano, percussion (1980-present).
|David Munnelly Band
||The David Munnelly Band is........ On the road since 2000. Started by
Irish button accordion player David Munnelly, who's toured and
recorded with The Chieftains and with DeDanann, the David Munnelly
Band is one of the hottest bands on the traditional Celtic music scene.
||From the Great Wall of China to packed auditoriums in the Holy Land
and more recently being the first Irish band to perform at the greatest
music festival in the world, "Rock in Rio" on front of an estimate
audience of two hundred and forty thousand people, Dervish have
come a long way in seventeen years. Formed in 1989 by a group of
five musicians, Liam Kelly, Shane Mitchell, Martin Mc Ginley, Brian Mc
Donagh and Michael Holmes who came together to record an album of
local music which was released as The Boys of Sligo.Inspired by the
project they decided to develop this informal gathering (which gathered
weekly to play sessions in local pubs) into a working band under the
name Dervish which was chosen as it related to any group of spiritual
people who become enraptured by music.
|Day Job Music
||Hosted by Charlie Hall.
||Dave Firestine's Carp Camp web page.
|Walnut Valley Festival
||The Official Walnut Valley Festival web site. The festival is held the
third weekend in September each year and is the best kept secret in
|J. C's Tune Finder
||If you're looking for a tune, start here.
||Richard came to visit us at the Carp Camp in 2001. He won the finger
pick guitar contest that year. We hope to see him again in 2003 along
with his partner in music Julie Adams. He has a web site with Julie
which has some truly awesome CD's. Listen to the sound bites...!
||Don Shorock provides so mush to the Walnut Valley Festival and the
Carp Camp. He is truly a talented man. Visit his many web sites. I am
sure he would be happy to make a web site for you.
|Cyber Stage 5
||Check up on whats going down with stage 5.
|Tucson Friends of Traditional
||Here is Don Shorock's wonderful Audio Winfield. Here you will find the
sounds and images of numerous camps at the Walnut Valley Festival
the third weekend in every September.
|The Cricketers Pub
||GREENWICH TRADITIONAL MUSICIANS CO-OPERATIVE
The Greenwich Traditional Musician’s Co-operative is a non-profit
making contact group for local musicians with an interest in traditional
music. Our mission is to promote the learning and enjoyment of all
types of traditional music, dance and song.
We have been meeting and playing together as a group since 1992 at
our current central Greenwich location where we hold regular Tuesday
night English music sessions. We did have a little difficulty with
Greenwich Council, but that's all resolved now. Competent musicians
or singers are very welcome to join us. Those wishing to come along
and listen are equally welcome – though make sure that you get there
in good time if you want a seat! Read more at our home page...
||Welcome to one of the finest web sites for the highest quality FREE
bluegrass sheet music and tablature for the GUITAR, MANDOLIN,
BANJO, DOBRO, BASS AND FIDDLE. You will also find a variety of the
finest materials to sharpen your musicianship and help you develop
your own personal style
||A great source for Traditional Irish tunes.
|Irish Traditional Music Tune
|If you need information on an Irish tune, look here.
|Front Porch Radio
||You hear a lot of Carp here.
|Midwest Irish Radio
||Self-described broadcast of 100% Irish music 24 hours a day, but not
all programming would be considered "traditional"