Another full week

Tonight, Sean Kershaw is doing his weekly gig at Hill Country, the Sheriff will of course preside over NYC's longest-running bluegrass and old-time jam, and there's music all over Brooklyn -- gypsy jazz in Park Slope, western swing in Red Hook (as a matter of fact, I believe Sunny's is just about the farthest west you can go in Brooklyn), and various roots and rucki in JAB, which is what I just decided to christen the neighborhood Just Above the Battery tunnel.

Thursday night, Boo and Elena host the 2nd annual Mandolin Festival. Everyone will be there. Just go, and settle in for a long and amazing night.

Friday, John Pinamonti plays Jalopy along with Rebecca Turner and the American String Conspiracy. Sunday, Harry Bolick runs a workshop on old Mississippi fiddle tunes and believe me, he knows those tunes, and all their weird and wonderful rhythms. The Paddy Reilly's jam starts at 5, the Birdhive Boys play late at National Underground, and Ponkiesburgers will be picking and partying at Kili, starting around 5.

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