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Jacko On Parade
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Does anyone have a clue as to who Jacko is and what parade is referred to in the title? My only guess is Jack-O-Lantern, but I don’t know if that was a tradition in England when this piece was…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joel Hooks Sep 13.

Requesting Help with Dates of Publication for Program Notes
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Hello! I'm having my first big CD release concert for "Mozart of the Banjo" on 5 Jan, the programs go to print 2 Jan and I am in need of a lot of information... If anyone is able to provide dates of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joel Hooks Dec 25, 2019.

Touring in the UK
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Hello UK Friends!This is the first of I-hope-not-too-many posts about my upcoming visit to the UK in the spring. I'm getting ready to announce my tour dates soon and I'd like to invite anyone who is…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew 'blind boy' Butler Dec 18, 2019.

Short Readings for Performance -- Poems, Prose, any Recommendations?
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My Dear Friends,You've been so helpful to me in the past with my requests. Well, now I have some Very Big News which is accompanied by another request:The Big News is that my Joe Morley album is now…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aaron Jonah Lewis Dec 1, 2019.

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Joel Hooks replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Jacko On Parade
"According to what TBJ told Eli Kaufman, Jazzbo was his dog’s name. The bridge rasp/ head thump was the dog chasing his tail."
Sep 13
carrie horgan replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Jacko On Parade
"Oh, okay thanks Jody.  I think Jazzbo was also a slang term for a sharply dressed black man.  "
Sep 13
Aaron Jonah Lewis replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Jacko On Parade
"Thank you for your responses. Whether or not I have a definitive answer I've certainly learned something new! I love these discussions and appreciate you all so much."
Sep 13
Jody Stecher replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Jacko On Parade
"Carrie,  I seem to recall reading or hearing that Jazzbo was Tarrant Bailey Junior's pet dog and that parts of the tune  Jazzbo's Holiday depict him running in circles. "
Sep 13
carrie horgan replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Jacko On Parade
"I think it refers to a military parade.  I'm English and Jacko doesn't have any connotations for me apart from as a nickname for Jack.  Hopefully, it's not a racial slur (Rastus on Parade, Jazzob's Holiday...)"
Sep 13
Trapdoor2 replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Jacko On Parade
"Jacko was a famous Brit clown...but post Morley, I think."
Sep 13
Aaron Jonah Lewis replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Jacko On Parade
"Wait, I know, don’t tell me — Jacko is a horse, right? ;)"
Sep 13
Aaron Jonah Lewis posted a discussion

Jacko On Parade

Does anyone have a clue as to who Jacko is and what parade is referred to in the title? My only guess is Jack-O-Lantern, but I don’t know if that was a tradition in England when this piece was written or what. Could Jacko have been a now-forgotten celebrity? Or a character from popular theater or literature? Perhaps it’s a slang term of the time for a certain type of person? I am going wild with speculation and I can only hope for a very plain and boring explanation. Please help, any…See More
Sep 12
Aaron Jonah Lewis replied to John Cohen's discussion Rare 11.5" Weaver for sale.
"Hi John, I'm interested! Not sure how soon I'd be able to commit but I don't want to miss my chance to get a hold of a really great Weaver..."
Jul 21
Trapdoor2 and Aaron Jonah Lewis are now friends
Jul 17
Becky R. Schneider left a comment for Aaron Jonah Lewis
"Hi Aaron, Thanks for the friends request. It's been a long spell getting through this Covid pandemic - thank goodness for a banjo!  We're still shut down up here, but some places are beginning to show signs of life.  Stay safe,…"
Jun 21
Aaron Jonah Lewis and Sage Arias are now friends
Jun 19
Joel Hooks replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Requesting Help with Dates of Publication for Program Notes
"Ragtime Episode was originally published by Stewart & Bauer in 1899.  It continued to be published by Joseph W. Stern & Co. after George Bauer sold the music plates to them (part of his selling off and killing the SSS company so that he…"
Dec 25, 2019
Aaron Jonah Lewis replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Requesting Help with Dates of Publication for Program Notes
"Thanks Joel! Got any ideas for the rest of these pieces?"
Dec 24, 2019
Joel Hooks replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Requesting Help with Dates of Publication for Program Notes
"Cupid's Arrow was published in 1897 (A notation, self published, Paul Eno) and was "Written for and respectively dedicated to Master Frank Atkinson, Nashville Tenn.". I do not know the year that the English plagiarized it.  "
Dec 24, 2019
Aaron Jonah Lewis posted a discussion

Requesting Help with Dates of Publication for Program Notes

Hello! I'm having my first big CD release concert for "Mozart of the Banjo" on 5 Jan, the programs go to print 2 Jan and I am in need of a lot of information... If anyone is able to provide dates of publication for the following pieces it would make my program notes complete! Thanks in advance for all your help. Here are the pieces:You and a Canoe: Romance, by Emile GrimshawEl Contrabandista, by Joe MorleyFun on the Wabash, by Parke HunterA Ragtime Episode, by Paul EnoThanks for the Lobster, by…See More
Dec 24, 2019

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At 16:18 on June 21, 2020, Becky R. Schneider said…

Hi Aaron, Thanks for the friends request. It's been a long spell getting through this Covid

pandemic - thank goodness for a banjo!  We're still shut down up here, but some places

are beginning to show signs of life.  Stay safe, stay well.  Regards, Becky

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