Bonjour de Bretagne, France! Workshop tomorrow Saturday, then eat crepes, then concert on Sunday, then eat crepes. I’m so excited that the great arch-guitarist James Kline will be joining me for the concert on Sunday! Info at murielanderson.com/tour
Lagoa Guitar Festival, together with the NegroMonte duo. I’m glad we had some extra days to enjoy the beautiful landscapes.
A wonderful band with Luis Gallo at the prestigious Clamores Jazz club, (not Calamares). The following day our friend Santiago gave us an excellent tour of Madrid. Bryan and I met Luis and Santiago at an Indian restaurant in Anaheim, California where we all broke out instruments and started jamming on music together. The owner not […]
I’ve enjoyed seeing new and old friends, and jamming on and off stage with John McCutcheon, Helen and Christie, The Quitters, Alexander Boldachev and others at this week’s festivals in Winfield Kansas and in Arkansas. Coming up, Portugal, Spain, and France, with some R & R time as well!
The attachable trebles that Lukas Brunner designed and built for me are now available! You can check it out HERE. Luke just sent me the following details. The Muriel Trebles are easily attachable and removable with the bungee cord and a shrink tube covered Aluminum rod that clamps Trebles onto any guitar body, from a […]
I enjoyed hanging with and learning from the brilliant Wooten Brothers, and naturalist Richard Cleveland who gave some great insights to native plants. If you’ve never been to Victor Wooten’s Music and Nature Camp, put it on your to-do list! It’s a life-changing experience for many.
I enjoyed recorder camp at The Clearing, joining my parents, my sister, Pat Badger and the rest of the group as we played two compositions I wrote for harp guitar and recorder ensemble, “The Clearing,” and “Marguerite’s Reel.”