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Festivals, Concerts and Jam Sessions / Open Jam
« on: April 08, 2016, 02:16:46 PM »
7pm

Open Pickoid Jam at the Idlewild Hut in Idle Wild Park in North Little Rock. It is near the corner of Cedar and "D" street.

From I-40 take the JFK exit. Turn right on "D" street. Go two blocks to the intersection. The tiny Idlewild park will be on the left. The hut is 1/2 block to the left. Parking is on the side of the street. We have the hut till 10pm.

Invite friends.

Refreshments welcome.



Call Bruce for questions 501-712-4455


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Pickoid Discussions / Re: Jimmy Driftwood
« on: January 29, 2016, 10:33:27 AM »
that just makes me jealous.

I do know someone at Rackensack who built their own driftwood guitar who might be interested in the case. . . if it is still for sale. let me know. -Bruce text 501-712-4455

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Pickoid Discussions / musician relatives share
« on: January 28, 2016, 04:30:43 PM »

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Festivals, Concerts and Jam Sessions / Open Pickoid Jam
« on: January 26, 2016, 05:05:52 PM »
7PM Wednesday January 27th.

Open Pickoid Jam at the Idlewild Hut in Idle Wild Park in North Little Rock. It is near the corner of Cedar and "D" street.

From I-40 take the JFK exit. Turn right on "D" street. Go two blocks to the intersection. The tiny Idlewild park will be on the left. The hut is 1/2 block to the left. Parking is on the side of the street. We have the hut till 10pm.

Invite friends.

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Hi all Pickoids,

I know your secret. I know you can pay a Pickoid to perform, but I also know it is unneccessary.

Pulaski Technical College is having a fund raising event. It is "Get Down in the Garden" on Thursday, April 2, from 8 am - 8 pm at Bernice Gardens (about 16th & S. Main st.) in downtown Little Rock to raise the money to buy a grand piano for PTC's soon-to-open Center for Humanities and Arts.

All singers, musicians and anyone who just wants to have fun are welcome to participate and join in the efforts of singing and playing the classic Crosby, Stills and Nash song, "Teach Your Children" for 12
continuous hours to also raise awareness and funds for education in Arkansas.
 
http://www.pulaskitech.edu/arkansasgives/

Kind of a late post, but if you want to join them, they will be glad for the break. I saw them at lunch. They had been at it since 8am.

-Bruce

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Festivals, Concerts and Jam Sessions / Re: Pickin' on the Lake
« on: January 10, 2013, 12:15:20 PM »
I am glad to have met the hard-core Pickoids last night. Great songs. The Raths had set it up wonderfully for playing.

Here is what I brought

Wagon Wheel (You guys made me sing better)
Cripple Creek
Cornbread and Milk (I'll sing the whole song after I re-memorize the verses)
Caught

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