The Woodshed Sessions Present “Americana Bridge”
Spotlight on KC Cafe Radio
Upcoming Community Schedule
August 16th: Jim Kimo West & Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar
August 30th: Beth Wood with “She’s Speaking”
Sept 13th: Eugene Music Scene
Sept 27th: FolkWorks
More to Come!
**please note that titles may change
FAR-West Community Programming – Born from a union of connection and diversity. Just as a large city has many neighborhoods with distinct flavors, full of unique people drawn together, FAR-West has dozens, maybe hundreds of groups of people with common bonds spread throughout our region.
Commonalities can include cities, rural or suburan locations, many styles of music, or dance, or spoken word arts. It can be a product of age, or appreciation of nature, or of bookstores and the variety of listeners, players and presenters they attract and so much more.
In our Community programming, we will be reaching out all over the West (and possibly even beyond) to present a platform where we can all learn and appreciate more about our region. What are they up to? How do they do it? What can I learn from them? What do I have to offer them to help them with their needs?
Our diversity makes us richer. Knowing about each other makes us stronger. We learn from and inspire each other. Tune into FAR-West Community programming. It’s musical and cultural vitamins for your artistic life.
To submit your organization, venue, or genre please email to Jeanette Lundgren at Jeanette@far-west.org and/or Julie Zipperer at Juliez@far-west.org