HemlockFest (Nov 2-4, 2012) is an unparalleled musical experience in a peaceful and beautiful setting. This all-ages, eco-friendly event features three days of live music, primitive camping, educational exhibits, arts and crafts vendors, a kid's nature village, rustic living demonstrations, great food, and free canoeing. Both day and weekend passes will be available, and admission is free for kids (ages 15 and under with a supervising adult ticketholder).
This is a regular Crimson Moon Cafe event on Sundays to promote musical collaboration (jamming) in various traditions passed along to generations today. Musical traditions passed along to Three Arrows include world (Japanese), old-time (Appalachian dance), folk (Americana), bluegrass, southern rock (like Allman Brothers), jazz, reggae, and blues. Three Arrows will be playing banjo, mandolin, fiddle, harmonica, and saxophone and we encourage you to bring whatever instruments and musical traditions you'd like to share with others.
Bio: Sarah, the mandolin player, is the eldest sister at 13. She was born in Japan, and her name actually comes from her Japanese name, Seira (inspired from the animation, Sailor Moon) and it means Good Star (Hoshi ni Yoi). Etowah, the banjo player, is the elder brother at 12. He was born in Japan too...See Full Bio
This is Selu's favorite cover song right now.