Rose City Banjoliers

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Banjoliers

About Us
The Rose City Banjoliers band, formed in 1972, consists primarily of plectrum and tenor banjos, a tuba, a piano, a saw, washboard(s), and vocalists. Our toe-tapping music, which ranges from the "gay nineties" to the mid-1900's, is popular with audiences as diverse as farmers markets, retirement homes, county fairs, and private parties. We are a nonprofit organization.

Contact Information

    Contact Us

For booking please contact Charles Carter:
     Email: ccarter1971@gmail.com, Phone: (503) 469-8353
For all other concerns, including joining the band, please contact John Rudi:
     Email: jprudi@comcast.net, Phone: (503) 655-2462
    Officers
 
President: John Rudi
     Email: jprudi@comcast.net, Phone: (503) 655-2462

Vice President: Bill Leonard
Band Leaders: John Kaleta & Don Peckham
Secretary/Editor: Charles Carter
Treasurer: John Kaleta
Booking Agent: Charles Carter
     Email: ccarter1971@gmail.com, Phone: (503) 469-8353

Video/Audio

     Here are some band videos:
 





Practices

Practices are held at Terwilliger Plaza (2545 SW Terwilliger Blvd, Portland, OR 97201) at 7:30 PM on on the first and third Thursday of the month.  Please contact John Rudi for more specific information Email: jprudi@comcast.net, Phone: (503) 655-2462

Individuals who are interested in joining the Banjoliers are welcome to sit in on practices.

Links

IGA (Fretted Instrument Guild of America) - Includes links to other banjo sites.
     www.frettedinstrumentguildofamerica.org/
National 4-string Banjo Hall of Fame Museum - Preservation of the Banjo...
     http://www.americanbanjomuseum.com/
Jim Bottorff - on playing the banjo. Includes songs to play along. www.jbott.com
Brian's Chord List - Plectrum and Tenor chords. http://chordlist.brian-amberg.de/en/plectrum-banjo/
Banjoseen - Chords and other information. www.banjoseen.com/4StringBanjoChords/BanjoChords.html
4-String Chord Generator - Find and print out chords for lots of tunings. www.jbott.com/chords.html
Don's banjo tunes:
     http://www.dbpeckham.com/Music/music_page.htm