Classical Banjo

Jan 2004

The British Banjo Circle

The tradition of classic banjo is upheld in England by The British Banjo Circle.
Members of the BBC receive The Banjo, a bi-monthly journal reporting on the
activities of banjoists throughout England, Europe and America.
The Banjo contains reviews of recordings and performances, and articles on
instrument construction and banjo history.

For more information, contact:

Pat Dolye
National Secretary
The British Banjo Circle
PO Box 10
Henley on Thames
Oxon, RG9 5QF

The Banjoists' Broadsheet

Email Julian
Julian Vincent 
The Banjoists' Broadsheet
93 Redhatch Drive
Earley, Reading
Bath Banjo Festival

Banjo Times

The BANJO TIMES, now in its 15th year of publication, emanates from Essex, England
and is published to promote interest in all styles of banjo and banjo playing.
The editors are David and Natalie Price of Wayside Publications with issues every couple
of months for a subscription of £10.00 per year ($13.00 USA).
Historical articles and pictures are regularly featured as are articles on classic banjo 
and jazz banjo workshops. Also included are printed banjo solos and articles/letters 
from the subscribers.A diary of events records up-coming banjo events and there are 
regular entertaining articleslike ON THE ROAD WITH DP (David Price).

A free introductory copy will be mailed anywhere in the world. Further details:

Wayside Publications
Epping Green
Essex CM16 6PU
David Price

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