The SouthEastern Bluegrass Association
SEBA is a non-profit organization of fans, musicians, promoters, vendors, and friends of BLUEGRASS music, joined together to preserve, promote, and publicize bluegrass music, performers, and activities, and to serve as an information source through their award-winning newsletter, The SEBA BREAKDOWN and the SEBA Web Site. For more information on Bluegrass in Atlanta and around the Southeast, contact the SouthEastern Bluegrass Association at 770-900-7472 (Dan Daniel, President) or on the Web at: www.sebapublications.org or www.sebabluegrass.org And our Facebook Page is www.facebook.com/pages/SEBA/120480241362018.
SEBA Central Chapter Meeting and Jam – 2nd Sunday of each month
Every 2nd Sunday monthly, plenty of jamming and good fellowship. Bring yourself, a friend, and/or your instrument. Regular meetings are from 3:00pm – 6:00pm. Depending on how many people show up, there is usually a slow jam group and an experienced group. The Emory Presbyterian Church is located at 1886 North Decatur Road, Atlanta, GA 30307. For information on SEBA Chapters at other locations please see: sebabluegrass.org
Red Light Cafe – Bluegrass Jam – Thursdays
Bluegrass Thursdays feature bluegrass acts starting at 9 PM. There’s a local’s jam at 7PM — all are welcome, bring your instruments. $3 cover. The Red Light Cafe is located at 553 Amsterdam Ave, Atlanta (midtown), 404-874-7828. Info and e-mail list: email@example.com, Also see us on the Web at: Red Light Cafe
And check out the Cosmic Pickin’ Hour – Sundays
International Bluegrass Music Museum
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Closed Monday and All Major Holidays
Everett’s Music Barn – Saturdays
We’re happy to announce that Everett’s Music Barn has Re-opened for live Bluegrass Music! Music starts at 8:00pm with the Everett brothers Band, followed by local bands. Barn will be open every Saturday night. House will continue to be available for all pickers.
Everett’s Music Barn, Stonecypher Road, Suwanee. Performances and jam sessions.
Dahlonega Appalachian Jam – Saturdays
North Georgia’s mountain music pickers and singers are preparing to flock to the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site for the 2011 Dahlonega Appalachian Jam. The Jam is scheduled for April 21 through October 13, 2012. Listeners and musicians alike enjoy the acoustic bluegrass and old time string music on the Public Square from 2 pm until 5 pm every Saturday.
For information, contact the Convention & Visitors Bureau at 706-864-3513, or Joel Cordle at 706-864-6133.