Andy Kane

July 2: Andy Kane and the Yazoo Kickstarts

Yazoo Kickstarts

Andy Kane will be calling the contra dances this Sunday to the live music of the Yazoo Kickstarts.

The Yazoo Kickstarts are:
• Mike Stapleton on fiddle;
• Bill Paine - mandolin & guitar;
• Marietta Massey - banjo; and
• David Massey - fiddle & piano.
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Date: Sunday, July 2, 2017

Location:
Thelma Boltin Center
516 NE 2nd Ave, Gainesville, FL

Schedule:
02:30pm --- Doors open

Sept 4: Rochelle Ramblers & Andy Kane

Andy Kane

Sunday Sept 4th 2016: The Rochelle Ramblers with caller Andy Kane. Together, the Ramblers bring a variety of tunes old and new to get your feet moving. They look forward to playing in Gainesville again.

The Rochelle Ramblers are:

Bill Paine has been playing Oldtime music on his mandolin and guitar for almost 40 years and has been entertaining dancers for more than 30 years, at dances from Florida to Boston to California (and many points in between). To Bill, playing for dancers is one of the finest ways to make music he has yet found.

December 6: Andy Kane calling with Quincy Qutups

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A holiday season extravaganza of a couple of Grammy-nominated musicians, a champion old-time fiddler sprinkled with a few multi-instrumentalists graces our Dec. 6 dance. The Quincy Qutups lays claim to over a hundred musician-years of entertaining pleasure.

Andy Kane is known for his easy instructional walk-throughs and sharing the groove with southern tunes. He has been a featured dance caller at Gamblefest, Pinewoods Music and Dance Camp, and the Florida Folk Festival.

Sept 6: Mourning Glories and Andy Kane

Mourning Glories and Andy Kane

With influences from Romani, Balkan and old-time Irish music to sea shanties, the Mourning Glories share their passion for traditional music and dance. Chelsea, the mandolin player, shares her passion with young woman in "Girls Rock Camp", to promote self-esteem and community. Give a listen here: https://mourningglories.bandcamp.com/releases

Andy Kane returns to the caller's spot with the familiar and perhaps the new.

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