Jason Krekel and Scott Sharpe on guitars, Cary Fridley on bass, and Dave “The Rattler” Perkins on brushes. Music starts @ 8:30.
Cary tells the Asheville ghost stories of Helen Clevenger’s Murder, The Pink Lady, The Ghosts of Highland Mental Hospital, The Black Abbey, and more. To take a tour of downtown Asheville and hear Cary’s ghost stories, check the calendar page for dates and sign up for the Gray Line Trolley’s Asheville Ghost Tour with Cary as your guide.
Purchase individual videos, or order all 5 weeks of Cary Fridley’s Singing Class October Ballads that is now available. Each week is about an hour of instructional material about singing ballads in the old Appalachian style. Visit the Online Lessons page at caryfridleymusic.com for more information and how to order.
To purchase the full video lesson, send $10 via PayPal or Venmo to firstname.lastname@example.org with the message “Ballads Class Week 2 Video” to receive your personal video link in your email.
To purchase the full video lesson, send $10 via PayPal or Venmo to email@example.com with the message “Ballads Class Week 1 Video” to receive your personal video link in your email.
New! October Zoom Class – Southern Appalachian Ballads with Cary Fridley ~~~~Fall is upon us, and it is the perfect time for singing deep, dark Southern Appalachian ballads. Join Cary via Zoom each week on Fridays in October from 11AM – noon for group singing lessons using ballads from regional sources. We will learn 2-3 ballads each week, talk about full voice singing, and learn more about the singers, history and ballad lore. $20 per live class, $10 for a video copy via email each week. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to sign up.
A new JAM season is upon us. The Junior Appalachian Musicians weekly group lessons will be meeting in person again starting in September in several western North Carolina JAM Programs..
Haywood County Jam will be hosting an Open House for students interested in signing up to learn fiddle, banjo, or guitar on Tuesday August 31 from 4-4:30 at the Folkmoot Center in Waynesville, NC. Teachers are Travis Stuart, Robby Robertson, Maddy Mullany, and Cary Fridley. For more information, please contact the Haywood County Arts Council.
The Madison County JAM will be held outdoors this year, and will be holding an Orientation and Registration Day on September 2. The JAM classes will be weekly on Thursdays from 3:30 – 5PM beginning on September 9th, offering classes in beginning and intermediate fiddle, banjo, guitar, and band. Teachers are Jake and Sara Owen, David Hughes, and Cary Fridley. For more information, please contact the Madison County Arts Council.
Black Mountain JAM begins on September 8 with and Orientation and Registration Day from 3:45 – 4:30, and will be holding classes weekly after that from 3:45 to 5PM on Wednesdays outside. Teachers are Maddy Mullany, Clarke Williams, and Cary Fridley. For more information, please contact the Black Mountain Center for the Arts.
Here is some more information about Cary’s singing classes at Swannanoa Gathering Online Old-Time Week, July 18-23, 2021. Click here to register: https://swangathering.com/register/information/
I am excited to be part of Swannanoa Gathering Online this year! I will be teaching Ballads in Full Voice and WNC – A Sense of Place (singing songs from around Asheville). There are spaces available if you are interested, the classes are July 18 -23. https://swangathering.com/catalog/ot/old-time-week/