Category: 2015

KFF2015 Sun-Wed., May 24-27

KFF2015 Sun-Wed., May 24-27

| June 16, 2015 | Reply

Not much left to say… except that one other performer laughingly challenged me to make Matt Nakoa look bad in a photo. Here’s the first of Matt’s nights on stage. Did I meet that challenge here? Yet? Sunday, May 24 Monday, May 25 Tuesday, May 26 Wednesday, May 27 (somehow, my Thursday pix are … at […]

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KFF2015, New Folk, Children’s Concerts, Univ. musician pix

KFF2015, New Folk, Children’s Concerts, Univ. musician pix

| June 12, 2015 | Reply

OK, the rains really did hurt the festival. Ticket sales, of course, died, and lightning struck one RV in the festival campground (with no injuries), electricity went out over most of the 51 acres, and moral was down a little bit. But, Kerrverts are champions, and weathered the storms bravely and got everything back up […]

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KFF2015-The first two days

KFF2015-The first two days

| May 28, 2015 | Reply

Kerrville Folk Festival — a continuing blog for a while. Between New Folk concerts and competitions, ballad trees (which are open mics in the most acoustic form possible — no amplification), and hearing lots and lots of new performers, even the disappointment of having to cancel all of Saturday night’s events — including Emmylou Harris, Rodney […]

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KFF2015, Pre-Fest

KFF2015, Pre-Fest

| May 21, 2015 | 1 Reply

I (this is Mary Jane here) think I will do a daily blog similar to what I could do at Larry Joe Taylor Fest. Blog being ‘I’m included’ compared with Website being ‘It’s all about the other person.’ The staff orientation is tonight (Wednesday, May 20), but it isn’t by any chance the beginning of happenings […]

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LJT Texas Music Festival 2015

LJT Texas Music Festival 2015

| May 13, 2015 | Reply

Many photos on links below. The first three days at Melody Mountain Ranch and the Larry Joe Taylor Texas Music Festival, I blogged each day’s activities and included a few photos. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday were harder to do, because of the increased population. With everybody using cell phones and internet, it was next to impossible to get online […]

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