Other Folk Music Links

The May 17, 2014 concert marked the end of the uNi Coffeehouse Concert Series after 29 years of events. Click here for a full ARTICLE reporting on the end of the series in the May 11, 2014 Sunday Republican newspaper and online at MassLive.com. 

   Thanks to all for your support over those years.

   Watch for the possible announcement of a new concert series sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Society of Greater Springfield in the near future.

LINKS TO A FEW OTHER FOLK SITES

New England Folk Network - An extensive listing of New England regional folk performers, folk-supporting music venues and more. http://newenglandfolknetwork.org/ 


NEFFA: New England Folk Festival Association - A well constructed site with special emphasis on the northeast but with many links to other sites  http://www.neffa.org


Folk Legacy Records - An excellent source for folk music recordings  http://folklegacy.com/


Still Records After All These Years! - America's Leading Specialist in the Sale of Rare, New, and Used Folk Music on Vinyl and CD Since 1989 http://www.stillrecords.com/


SingOut! - The premiere folk music publication, publisher of "Rise Up Singing", and so much more!  http://www.singout.org/


New Song Library - a unique song resource library that collects and preserves songs about people's lives, hopes and struggles, and helps performers, teachers and community activists share these songs with a wide variety of audiences http://www.newsonglibrary.org/


Robin Blecher Celtic Arts - Includes a calendar of Celtic concerts within 100 miles of Boston, updated weekly plus information about over 200 venues, radio outlets, and more  http://music-for-robin.org


Pioneer Valley Folklore Society Song and Story Swap - Provides a chance for anyone in the Pioneer Valley to share their songs and stories with others. http://www.filbert.com/pvfs/default.htm


Dulcimer Folk Association of CT- a wonderful, welcoming group of folks who encourage others to join them in making music together just for the joy of it. Beginners warmly welcomed and helped with learning to play; also NOT LIMITED TO DULCIMERS, all acoustic instruments and voices welcomed.  http://www.dulcimerfolkct.org


Sounding Board Folknotes - online version of the newsletter of the Sounding Board which has presented the finest of folk music for over 30 years; lots of other venues' schedules as well as folk radio and festival listings   http://folknotes.org/


ezFolk.com -- Folk Guitar, Banjo, and Ukulele Website with Free Tabs & Tutorials  http://ezfolk.com


The Basics of Music Law - has useful information for performers, presenters and others who make folk music available to the public http://www.legalmatch.com/music-law-basics.html

For more information and reservations contact Ed or Beth Brown by e-mail or at 413-562-3990