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Ralph Stanley switches to banjo, harmonica “too hard”
Banjo uke given presidential pardon
Maybe the tune is straight and the rest of the world is crooked. Woah!
Stickerville Toilets Vandalized: Police Have Nothing To Go On
Phrase “one more tune” found to be potentially misleading
Wife of Vermont oldtime fiddler hasn’t seen husband “in decades”
Bruce Molsky slowly coming to grips with the fact he has groupies
Pig’s foot officially too far in the fire
Netherton returns to melody after long separation
Clifftop Strip Tease Competition Update: Contestants Asked Not To Remove G-string
Records reveal oldtime royalty not really royal
Scienticists shocked to discover that oldtime is actually still new
Local New Haven djembe player subtly uninvited to next jam
Confused bluegrass guitar player keeps asking himself, “Where’s the f**king one?”
Bass overtakes harmonica as fifth most popular oldtime instrument
Augusta reschedules to February
Lost Girl found
Mississippi Sawyer displaced by chainsaw
Springfield police officer Matt Stevens enters mental freeze when he uncovers local punks playing oldtime music
National Endowment for the Arts grants $12.15 and a six-pack of Mtn Dew to compose “Tenth of January”
After a decade of brave resistance, Midwest fiddler Laura Heinmann finally retunes to cross A
Drunken frat boy assaulted after requesting “Wagon Wheel” not once, but twice
West Virginia oldtime musicians narrowly avert brawl by not talking about politics
New Study Shows Waltzes Reduce Time Signature By 25% In Mice
Term “oldtime” deemed politically insensitive to the elderly
All tunes played at 140 bpm at first ever Missouri slow jam
Asheville, NC banjo player can’t decide whether to wear his Red Wing or Frye boots to tonight’s jam
“Lost Indian” Exactly Where He’s Supposed To Be
Lonesome John discovers Tinder

Find a Jam

There are more oldtime jams around the world than you can shake stick at. But how do you find them? Here's one great way. The diligent folks from Old-Time Open Jams have been quietly compiling a map of jams. Have a look and get out there! Old-time jams are in blue, festivals are red, and contests are purple. They've also included some Irish sessions in green if you're looking to branch out. Happy hunting!

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