Session on African roots of banjo to be held at Appalachian Stateam 28.11.2005 09:27:58 von ulf.jagfors
ll talk about the Akonting tradition and the
evolution of the banjo.
Jatta, a native of Gambia, will perform on the Jola Akonting folk
lute, a predecessor of the banjo, at 8:30 p.m. in the ballroom.
Joining him will be Leva on the fiddle and Rick Ward, a mountain
banjo player and maker.
The programs are sponsored by the Appalachian Heritage Council, ASU's
English department and the Blue Ridge Folklife Institute.
For more information, e-mail Mecca Jackson at
or call the Center for Appalachian Studies at (828) 262-4089.
Admission is free, but donations will be accepted.Hey shithead Torkson, you still alive? Someone should have nutted you a
long time ago your kind would stop rumbling then. You still chanting the
same shitty stuff too I see. Could you slice you nuts off once and for
all and bleed on about that instead of hassling on people you dont even
know dickess? HA HA. Its like watching the repeat story of The Village
of the DAMNED. You are kinky toy boy. Are