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  2012 WORKSHOPS              RAIN or SHINE !

Workshop Hosts: Our workshop Hosts were invited to bring us participative workshops, to offer involvement and learning for musicians at all levels.  We have expanded our workshop hours this year and have something to offer each day for the entire family.  We encourage guests and performing artists to bring their acoustic instruments and join in.

Workshops
We are proud to offer over 40 workshops this year.
A special thanks to our workshop coordinator, Paul King for organizing and arranging a fantastic lineup.
The Hill Stage and River Workshop Stage are located just inside the park gates. RAIN or SHINE!

Workshops Friday July 13

Noon Friday, Opening Jam, Paul King & Friends
Bring an instrument, your voice, and join us for first workshop of the weekend. We hold hosted Jams every day as part of our workshop program, and encourage guests to bring their acoustic instruments of choice and participate.

2 pm Pentatonic Licks. Join Shawn and Don Dore for a look at the roots of the Blues structure and licks derived from the Pentatonic scales.

3 pm Songwriters Forum, Doug King. All songs start with an idea, sometimes a lyric, a hook, a phrase or a melody. The intent of our songwriters forums is to discuss and demonstrate how to turn those ideas into songs that you can share with friends, family, audiences or record companies. Bring your song ideas and instruments and explore the musical creative process in a nurturing and supportive environment.

4 pm Six Blues Masters. John Pecek looks at the blues music of John Lee Hooker, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Tracy Chapman, J.J. Cale, and Bob Dylan. Participants will be encouraged to join in, with the opportunity to add guitar, vocal, percussion, or harp on these blues masterpieces.

5 pm Blues Guitar Tips and Tricks with Jesse Roper
This interactive guitar workshop is hosted by west coast guitar phenomenon, Jessie Roper of The Roper Show. He will share some tricks and licks, and show you how to make your guitar sing!

5 pm Intermediate/Advanced Harmonica Workshop, with Toni Vani: Learn basic music theory and practical tricks: major scales, double bends, modes and more.

6 pm Blues Bass Basics, Zak Colbert is one of our favourite performers and a master of the bass guitar. Join Zak for some demonstrations, tips, and tricks.

6 pm Acoustic Jam hosted by Paul King. Unplugged. Bring your instruments and voices and join in the fun.

Midnight Campfire Jam After the final act on the Main Stage on Friday we host an acoustic campfire jam for our volunteers & campers.

SATURDAY July 14 - Workshops
River Stage, Hillside Stage, Main Stage / Pavilion

9 am Tai Chi workshop, (Pavilion) Jocelyne Granger is a student of Sifu Robert Walther and instructor of Yang Style Tai Chi with a special interest in posture and spine alignment for health and fitness. She will lead a series of warm up exercises and Chi Kung and Tai Chi forms.

9 am “Wakeup Song Circle” with Paul King
Bring an instrument, your voice, and maybe a song, to help us start the day as we play some of the early blues (early in the morning, that is).

10 am Hosting a Song Circle or Jam with James Reid and Paul King. What makes a Jam work?; helps attract new people; keeps them coming back, wanting to share a tune? What’s a good location: private, public or commercial? How to support varying levels of skill; welcome different styles of music; cope with rhythmical abyssmia. Hey! Song thief... Bring your guitar, or your... ? We’ll share our secrets, ask you yours...

11 am Cajone Workshop / Drum Circle, Caleb Huttonwas introduced to this instrument while in Nashville Tn. See what this little portable box provides, at a fraction of the cost and weight of a full kit. Demonstration followed by a drummers circle. Bring your instruments

11 am History of the Guitar, Ron Nicholas will present an educational history of the development of the guitar; and Introduce this years Ardens Student Showcase.

Noon Ardens Music Presents,“Not Yet”, Performance

Noon Tubes and Tone, Don Snair. Expert advice and
demonstrations on how to get the most out of your tube
amplifiers. This years topic is “clone” amps.

1 pm Mandolin Stylings & Techniques with Matt Smith. Returning by request, with his popular Roots, Blues, World and Beyond Mandolin stylings and techniques workshop.

2 pm Rick Fines, Blues in the Schools, Performance

2 pm Swingin’ the Blues, Doug King. Sample swing music from its seeds in the 1920s as syncopated blues & jazz, through big-band-era jump blues, gypsy swing & western swing, to its current incarnations: Swing House & Electroswing. Explore the swing blues foundations of a strong rhythmic core, and improvised melody and vocal lines with modern instrumentation/techniques.

3 pm Pat Johnson, Performance

3 PM Bottleneck Blues & Beyond, Sonny “Slide”Maddams. Experience early bottleneck styles: Blues Rags, Dance Tunes and Evangelical, and how they were adapted to Celtic, Traditional English, and Contemporary by artists like Sylvester Weaver, Tampa Red, Bukka White, Blind Willie Johnson, Leo Kottke, Martin Simpson and Mike Dowling.

4 pm Stories from a Career in Music, Ila Van, This intimate and enlightening discussion with Ila covers her lifetime in the music industry. You will be captivated by Ila’s depth of experience, delighted by her memoirs, and thankful for the opportunity to meet this talented artist.

4 pm Saxophone Improvisation, William Hamilton
will discuss the history of saxophone in blues, with a
handout that includes the main ideas of the workshop.
Explore the use of the blues scale, sound production, mouthpiece choices and basic blues chord progressions. Bring your brass and be prepared to flatten a few thirds!

5 pm Blues Bass Basics, Mike Acerra will discuss
different styles of playing, choices available for equipment, for both basses and amps. Basic patterns that are most frequent in blues with tips and tricks, including the nature
of the blues bass solo.

5 pm Beginning Fingerstyle Arranging and Technique, Pat Johnson will demonstrate several pre-war blues tunes in the styles of Mississippi John Hurt, Robert Johnson and contemporaries. He’ll help us through some Lightnin’ Hopkins dead thumb blues with examples from his book “Beginning Fingerstyle Arranging and Technique for the Guitar”.

6 pm The Song Factory, Tim Campbell dons his producers hat, directing musicians who have never played together before, taking rough blues lyrics and in only 45 minutes crafts it into a work of art! Watch Tim give direction to the band, as he gives the audience a play-by-play. Spot how they choose licks, share leads, add and subtract to their vision!
For a Grand Finale: the first (and probably only!) public performance of the “soon-to-be-a-classic” masterpiece.

6 pm The Music Biz: Help from Erin. In this unique and interactive workshop, singer, songwriter, band leader and industry professional Erin McCallum offers information on how your love of music and performing can become a successful business.  Based on her own experience, Erin will provide tips, strategies, and information to aspiring musicians who want to take their music as far as it can go.  Musicians at all levels are invited to attend and ask questions about all aspects of the music industry with respect to “the next step”.  This workshop covers topics ranging from product to sales, planning, and beyond.

7 pm Songwriters Forum hosted by Jim Fowler Whether you are an experienced songwriter or still working on your first song, this workshop is for you. Join Jim and other songwriters in a round-robin narrative forum as they discuss the paths that led to their songs, their inspirations
and influences. Bring your song and join them.

7 pm Make Your Digeridoo!, Tom Stewart looks at the origins, cultural significance, and how it’s evolved into a popular modern instrument. Then MAKE YOUR VERY OWN digeridoo! (material supplied) and learn to play. Get over the initial awkwardness of only being able to
make rude noises and experience the resonating, head-vibrating sound of your new instrument that day.

8 pm Acoustic Jam with James Reid. An unplugged alternative to the loud electric blues on the main stage, Bring your acoustic instruments and relax by the river.

Midnight Campfire Jam After the final act on the Main Stage, we host another acoustic campfire jam for our volunteers & campers.

SUNDAY July 15 - Workshops
River Stage, Hillside Stage, Main Stage / Pavilion

9 am Wake up Jam, Paul King and friends. Maybe you are still awake from last night? Body doesn’t quite fit right? Then come and slowly, but surely, get into the groove for another great blues day!

9 am Gospel Sing Along with the Lenses. Bring your voices and start Sunday with some spirit.

10 am From the Couch to the Stage, Bob Leonard
Do you have a desire to get off the couch, battle pre-stage nerves and step into the spotlight? Bob, a teacher of Tai Chi and martial arts, will provide some tools to help you prepare to perform on stage.

10.30 am Non-Denominational Service. Led by BIM Ingersoll on behalf of the Churches of Frankford. Bring your lawnchairs, and join the congregations.

11 am Beginner Blues Harp, Jim Fowler. For those who want to start playing the harmonica, Jim provides a little theory, practice tips and some useful handouts.

Noon Bottleneck Slide Blues Guitar, Matt Smith. Roots, Blues, World
& Beyond bottleneck slide guitar. Showcasing delta blues open tuning, hybrid fingerstyle guitar and “behind the slide” techniques.

1 pm Children’s Musical Workshop.
Presented by Riverside Music to entertain children aged 12 and under with music and craftes. Guided activity tables located in the Hillside stage tent

1 pm Blues Bass Basics, Dan Hewitt and friends. Basics of “Note Notation”, how to play some unique sounds not often heard on the bass and a musical discussion of different styles. Learn about different modes, riffs for Rock & Blues, timing and stop-time blues scales.

2 pm Family Entertainment, Louise Ford
This well known local Family artist and music teacher entertains audiences of all ages with fingerstyle guitar, keyboards and vocals.

2 pm The Devil in the Blues, Roger Dorey
Who doesn’t believe in the devil? The Prince of Darkness is very real when it comes to the Blues. Considered the Devil’s music, many a performer was torn between singing blues and gospel based on the evangelical fight between God and Satan. And we all know what happened to Robert Johnson! Come explore and enjoy the facts and fictions associated with the Devil in the Blues. Songs, poems, discussions.

3 pm Foundations Youth Centre, Colleen MacAlister invites you to learn more about the centre while enjoying the music.
Foundations has been providing safe places for youth since 1996, demonstrating that there is an alternative to the destructive street lifestyle. Staff and youth will be there to entertain you and discuss how Foundations Youth Centres provide safe places for youth to gather in an
atmosphere of mutual kindness and respect. Thousands of visitors have enjoyed good food, shared music, company, computer games and much more.

3 pm Acoustic Jam, Third Stone Music
Scott Quick is a versatile accomplished musician and teacher. Bring your acoustic instruments to sit in for his always entertaining jam session.

4 pm Songwriters Forum, Roger Dorey. Songwriters of all levels of experience are invited to participate in a round-robin narrative forum. Writers are invited to bring a song to play and to discuss their inspirations and influences. Bring your song and join them.

4 pm Tips & Tricks for Singers, Peter Van Nuis.
Ear training, maintenance of your voice, pacing your voice, and equipment to assist vocalists. This one hour workshop will be aimed at assisting both old pros and  novice singers, with tried and true “tips” that they will find helpful for their entire career.

5 pm Acoustic Jam, Scott Pennington
and Friends. Bring your guitar, your voice, or other instrument and play along as we share some of our favorites at the last unplugged workshop event of the weekend!

Many thanks to all the volunteers, workshop hosts and sponsors who have worked together to make our workshop program possible.
If you have suggestions for something new, or would like to host a workshop next year please email us at festival@loyalblues.ca

If you are not played out yet, or are in need of sustenance and a cold beverage, our friends at Animaniax 137 South Trent St. Frankford, will be hosting an Open Mic night Sunday evening.

2012 Workshop Schedule:

FRIDAY - Hillside Stage
We have expanded our Hillside Workshop Tent to include a full stage this year for more family entertainment.
3 pm Songwriters Forum,
        hosted by Doug King

5 pm Blues Guitar Licks & Tricks,
        Jesse Roper
6 pm Bass Basics,
        Zak Colbert

SATURDAY - Pavillion
9 am Tai Chi workshonop,
     with Jocelyne Granger

SATURDAY - Hillside Stage
11am History of the Guitar,
         Ron Nicholas
Noon Arden’s Music student showcase, “Not Yet”
1 pm Karen Sweet Band,
        Performance
2 pm Rick Fines - Blues in the
        Schools
3 pm Pat Johnson, Solo
        Pefrormance
4 pm Stories from her Career
        in Music, Ila Van
5 pm Bass Basics with
        Mike Acerra
6 pm The Song Factory, 
        Produced by Tim Campbell
7 pm Songwriters Forum
        hosted by Jim Fowler

SUNDAY
9 am Breakfast at Rosie’s
Hillside Stage
9 am The Lenses,
       Gospel Sing Along

10.30 Non-Denominational
        Service presented by
        Frankford Churches.
       Led by BIM Ingersoll, with        special guests speakers.
    
1 pm Riverside Music, Children’s
        Musical Workshop
2 pm Family Entertainment,
       Louise Ford
3 pm Foundations Youth Centre,
       Colleen MacAlister
4 pm Songwriters Forum
        hosted by Roger Dorey

 

FRIDAY - River Stage
Noon Opening Jam
        hosted by Paul King
2 pm Pentatonic Licks,
        Shawn Dore

4 pm Six Blues Masters,
       with John Pecek
5 pm Intermediate & Advanced        Harmonica, Tony Vani
6 pm Acoustic Blues Jam,
        Paul King

SATURDAY - River Stage
9 am Wake-up jam,
        Paul King and friends
10 am Hosting a Jam or a
         Song Circle, James Reid
11 am Mandolin Stylings &         Techniques, Matt Smith
Noon Tubes and Tones,
        Don Snair
 1 pm Cajone Workshop/Drum Circle,
        Caleb Hutton
 2 pm Swing’s the Thing,
        Doug King
 3 pm Bottleneck Blues,
        Sonny Slide Maddams
4 pm Saxophone Improvisation,         William Hamilton
 5 pm Fingerstyle Guitar,
       Pat Johnson
 6 pm The Music Biz: Help from
        Erin McCallum
 7 pm Build a Digeridoo,
       Tom Stewart
 8 pm Acoustic Jam, James Reid

SUNDAY
River Stage

 9 am Wake-up Jam,
         Paul King and friends
10 am From the Couch to the
         Stage, Bob Leonard
11 am Beginner Blues Harp,
         Jim Fowler
Noon  Bottleneck Slide Blues Guitar,
         Matt Smith
 1 pm  Blues Bass Basics,
         Dan Hewitt:
 2 pm The Devil in the Blues,
         Roger Dorey
 3 pm Third Stone Music Acoustic
         Jam, Scott Quick
 4 pm Tips & Tricks for Singers,
         Peter Van Nuis
 5 pm Acoustic Jam,
         Scott Pennington

Proposals for Festival Workshops, and Volunteer or Artist applications can be submitted by email to:festival@loyalblues.ca, or
by phone (613) 392 1025


2011 WORKSHOPS - 2 Workshop Tents   RAIN or SHINE !

River Workshop Stage & Hillside Workshop Stage

FRIDAY - July 15th - Workshops

Noon “Wakeup” Jam Circle hosted by Paul King
For our first workshop of the weekend, join us to play, sing along or listen as we take turns sharing some of our favorite blues, or songs influenced by the blues. Consider this an acoustic "Meet and Greet" for musicians and an opportunity to knock the rust off your strings.

2 pm Songwriting Inspiration with Roger Dorey
Roger is a singer/songwriter and spoken word poet who will be discussing the influences that create the inspirations and how visualizing songs as videos can help fill in the story being told.

3 pm Blues Guitar Licks & Tricks, with Jesse Roper
This interactive guitar workshop is hosted by west coast guitar phenomenon, Jessie Roper of The Roper Show. He will share some tricks and licks, and show you how to make your guitar sing!

3 pm Beginner Blues Harp, “Uncle” Jim Cope
If you’ve got your upper and lower front teeth you can blow blues in under 5 minutes! I’ve taught many, many people how to blow the harp – you’ll be doing a blues solo within the hour! (bring a C harp if you have it, but we’ll have some for sale)

4 pm Intermediate Advanced Harmonica
, with Tony Vani
Learn basic music theory and practical tricks: major scales, double bends, modes and more.

4 pm Firedance Drum Circle hosted by Alex Snow.
Firedance is an open Drum Circle, inviting all levels of drummers to join in the jam. A variety of different instruments are encouraged, all are welcome to connect with the music!

5 pm Songwriters Forum, hosted Joe Callahan and Mark Taylor with guests.
Songs start with either ideas and concepts, or melodies. Songwriters will discuss and demonstrate how to turn musical ideas into songs you can share with friends, family, audiences and record companies. Bring your song ideas and
instruments and explore the musical creative process
in a nurturing and supportive environment.

6 pm Acoustic Blues Jam, hosted by Scott Pennington and friends!

Midnight Campfire Jam
After the final act on Friday we host an acoustic campfire jam for our volunteers & campers.

SATURDAY July 16th - Workshops
9 am Breakfast at Rosie’s (Pavilion) A (very) informal "meeting of the minds" over a hearty breakfast and some great coffee.

9:30 am Chi Kung workshop, with Sherri Bergman (Main Stage Pavilion).
Chi Kung is an ancient Chinese healing art based on breathing, gentle movement and meditation. We will focus our attention on deep breathing, flexibility, balance, coordination and stretching. Participants will gain a sense of renewed energy, relaxation and delight. A tai chi demonstration will follow.

10 am “Wake up” Jam Circle, with Paul King and Reif Spano

11 am Louise Ford, Family Entertainment
This well known local artist and music teacher entertains audiences of all ages with fingerstyle guitar, keyboards and vocals.

11:30 Arden’s Music presents: History of the Guitar & Arden’s Student Showcase.
Ron Nicholas will present an educational history of the development of the guitar; and
Introduce this years Arden’s Student Showcase.

Noon: Tubes and Tone with Don Snair. Expert advice and demonstrations on how to get the most out of your tube amplifiers. Don has a wealth of knowledge to share.

1 pm Harmonica 101, with Jim Fowler. For those who want to start playing a harmonica, Jim provides a little theory, practice tips and some useful handouts.
Bring a "C" harp, (we will have some available to purchase if you forget).

2 pm How to play as a Band & Create that One Sound, The 24th Street Wailers will discuss playing as a group with each member speaking about their individual roles and how they all work together to create one sound. They invite guests to play along and get a feel for what is being discussed. Bring your instruments.

2 pm Slide & National Guitar, Sonny “Slide” Maddams will talk about the history, men, music and instruments that have made the sound of the National Resophonic an enduring part of popular music. Songs and techniques unique to the National guitar will be demonstrated by Sonny on a variety of models.

3 pm Trumpet & The Mechanics of Brass, Dan Kean. The current 8 Wing Bandmaster studied Jazz at Humber College and has played lead trumpet for the Vimy Band,
the Ottawa Central Band and the Naden Band of Victoria.

3 pm Blues Guitar Tips and Tricks, Jesse Roper returns with more tricks and licks to share in an another interactive guitar workshop. Bring your instruments.

4 pm Bob Dylan’s Blues, hosted by Doug King. Follow along as we play Bob’s blues songs from the early years onward. See how he mastered the rules, then masterfully discarded most of them.

4 pm Meet Magoo - Family Entertainment with our Saturday evening Master of Ceremonies, the Illustrious Magoo. Expect great original songs, energy to burn and plenty of participation when Magoo comes to play. Kids and grown-ups will find themselves caught up in the songs, stories and merriment.

5 pm Slip n’ Slide, with Rick Hodgson and Brad Emmons. This duo bring us their high energy dynamic mix of new and old roots, folk, blues & timeless popular music using both six and twelve string acoustic guitars, and a touch of Dobro and Harmonica. Commentary and Demonstrations of the guitar techniques used by Artists such as Mississippi John Hurt and Doc Watson, put together with a rich blend of strong vocal harmonies.

5 pm Bottleneck Slide Blues Guitar, with Matt Smith. Returning by popular demand Matt demonstrates delta blues open tuning, hybrid fingerstyle guitar and “behind the slide” techniques. Roots, Blues, World and Beyond.

6 pm The Music Biz: Help from Erin McCallum. In this unique interactive workshop, singer, songwriter, band leader, and industry professional Erin McCallum offers information on how your love of music and performing can become a successful business.  Based on her own experience, Erin will provide tips, strategies, and information to aspiring musicians who want to take their music as far as it can go. Musicians at all levels are invited to attend and ask questions about all aspects of the music industry with respect to “the next step”.  The workshop covers topics ranging from product to sales, planning, and beyond.

6 pm Mandolin Stylings & Techniques, with Matt Smith
In this workshop Matt will demonstrate Mandolin styles, tips and techniques for blues and more.

Sunday July 17th - Workshops

10 am Gospel Sing Along, with the Lenses (Main Stage Pavillion)
Our Sunday Master of Ceremonies, BIM Ingersoll will be introducing The Lenses on the Main Stage to start off Sunday with a rousing sing along to some Gospel favorites.

10 am The Hangover Survivor Sinner’s Song Circle Maybe you are still awake from last night? Body doesn’t quite fit right? Then come on down to the River workshop tent and slowly, but surely, get into the groove for another great blues day!

11 am Firedance Drum Circle hosted by Alex Snow.
Another Firedance open Drum Circle for those that like to get loud on a Sunday morning.

Noon Sunday Tips & Tricks for Singers, with Peter Van Nuis.
Ear training, maintenance of your voice, pacing your voice, and equipment to assist vocalists. This one hour workshop will be aimed at assisting both old pros and  novice singers, with tried and true “tips” that they will find helpful for their entire career.

Noon Sunday: Blues Bass Basics, Dan Hewitt and friends.
Basics of “Note Notation”, how to play some unique sounds not often heard on the bass and a musical discussion of different styles. Learn about different modes, riffs for Rock & Blues, timing and stop-time blues scales”.

1 pm Accompaniment using traditional chord shapes, with Rob Clute. Are you in a rut playing first position chords? Expand your chord knowledge and learn to accompany your friends using traditional chord shapes you already know, in second, third, and fourth positions on the neck. This highly interactive session will teach you how to think outside the ‘first position’ chord box and help you expand your chord knowledge to the next level. You will learn how to interweave chords and melody together to accompany another player. This session is designed with the novice to intermediate player in mind, but musicians of all levels have an opportunity to share and improve their ability. Required: An acoustic instrument, an open mind, and a willingness to learn.

1 pm Sunday Acoustic Song Circle, Scott Quick and Third Stone Music, Brighton present the Brighton Guitar Club and friends. Bring your acoustic instruments and sit in for an entertaining jam session!

2 pm Electric Blues Slide, with John Tilden. Enjoy a wide spectrum of playing and styles as demonstrated by John Tilden, a definite master of this art form. Tips and techniques from both old blues masters and some contemporary wizards of modern blues.

3 pm Friends & Relatives “Uncle” Jim’s Party!
Enjoy “Uncle” Jim Cope’s unique personality, marvelous original songs, and infectious sense of humour. Always a thought-provoking treat!

3 pm Foundations Youth Centre, hosted by Colleen MacAlister.
Learn more about our centre while enjoying the music of Foundations. Foundations staff as well as youth will be available to entertain you while demonstrating that there is an alternative to the destructive street lifestyle.
Foundations Youth Centre provides a place for youth to gather in an atmosphere of mutual kindness and respect. Thousands of visitors have enjoyed good food, music, company, computer games and much more.

4 pm Acoustic Blues Jam, with Scott Pennington & Friends. Bring your guitar, your voice, or other instrument and play along as we share some of our favorites at the last workshop event of the weekend!

If you have suggestions for something new, or would like to host a workshop next year at the festival please let us know. We would like to incorporate the “themed” participative workshop concept into both our monthly Coffee house Blues and Electric Jam Clinics. Check our website for upcoming events www.loyalblues.ca






 





 

 


 







1 pm How to Play as a Band and Create That One Sound, with 24th Street Wailers
3 pm Blues Guitar Licks & Tricks, Jesse Roper
4 pm Meet Magoo, Family Entertainment
5 pm Slip’N Slide
6 pm The Music Biz: Help from Erin McCallum

SATURDAY - Hillside Workshop Stage
9:30 Chi Kung Exercises and
Tai Chi Demonstration with
Sherri Bergman (Pavilion)
11 am Louise Ford, Family Entertainment
Noon Tubes and Tones, Don Snair
1 pm Beginner Blues Harp, Jim Fowler
2 pm Slide & National Guitar, Sonny Slide Maddams
3 pm Trumpet and Brass Workshop, Dan Kean
4 pm Bob Dylan’s Blues Jam, Doug King
5 pm Bottleneck Slide Blues Guitar, Matt Smith
6 pm Mandolin Stylings & Techniques, Matt Smith