- The Brick Store Museum
Our local treasure. It has been my pleasure to collaborate with the Brick Store Museum for many years.
- L/A Arts
A long time sponsor of mine and a presenter of wonderful programming in the Lewiston-Auburn area.
A fiddle orchestra and more, presided over by the inimitable Don Roy. When he's not playing beautifully on his fiddle, Don's patience and dedication shine through at every rehearsal and performance. My husband Bill and I are delighted to be members of this terrific group of musicians.
- Folk Music of England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and America
- A fabulous source for traditional songs and midi files of the tunes. I have used this site a lot.
- Collings Guitars
- My newest guitar, and what a honey. These guys make GREAT instruments.
- Froggy Bottom Guitars
- My first really good guitar, hand-made by Michael Millard. A wonderful instrument, dearly loved.
- Mike Ramsey Banjos
- I own a Chanterelle Standard which is a lovely open-back, with a great old-timey sound. Check them out.
- York County Coast Star
- Our hometown newspaper. Check the archives for stories about my musical adventures and the area I call home.
- Nechville Musical Products
I bought a Nechville banjo while at MerleFest 2009, and am so pleased with it. It's a little sophisticated and technologically innovative for a down-homey girl like me, but man, does it sound and feel great. With a radiused neck, a slotted headstock, and a tunneled fifth string, I'm feeling pretty new-wave with this baby. Thanks to all the folks at Nechville for their terrific instrument.
- Dale Robin Goodman
A link to Dale Robin's site, my partner in my former group Mom's Home Cookin'
- Mudcat Cafe
- This is the Digital Tradition page, with other stuff as well. Another great source for trad. songs, with sheet music and some midi files.
- Elderly Instruments
- If you don't know about this site, find out about it. Your source for instruments, doodads, gadgets, strings, CDs, DVDs, picks, anything you want acoustically.